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Pride Film Series

We invite you to enjoy a variety of critically acclaimed films and documentaries that explore themes of gender, sexuality, LGBTQ+ history, and more!  There’s something for everyone at the Pride Movie Series!

Check out the trailers and make your selection!

June 2:  Lesbian Movie Night 
Pariah (2011) | Trailer - YouTube
7:30 PM Showtime, Bowtie Cinema, 118 Summer Street, Stamford
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A Brooklyn teenager juggles conflicting identities and risks friendship,   heartbreak, and family in a desperate search for sexual expression.” - IMDB
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A film with a universal sensitivity that relates the pangs of first love, the desirous ache of adolescent sexuality and the excitement of not just discovering yourself but finding those kindred spirits with whom you can share your life” -Kevin Jagernauth, The Playlist
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June 9:  Youth Movie Night 
Adam (2019) | Trailer - YouTube
7:30 PM Showtime, Bowtie Cinema, 118 Summer Street, Stamford
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Awkward teen Adam spends his last high school summer with his big sister, who throws herself into NYC's lesbian and trans activist scene. In this coming-of-age comedy, Adam and those around him encounter love, friendship and hard truths” - IMDB
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June 16:  Queer Movie Night
A Fantastic Woman (2017) | Trailer - YouTube
7:30 PM Showtime, Bowtie Cinema, 118 Summer Street, Stamford
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Marina, a transgender woman who works as a waitress and moonlights as a nightclub singer, is bowled over by the death of her older boyfriend” - IMDB
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“A Fantastic Woman catches a human being in the challenging and exhilarating process of inventing herself. The result is unique and unforgettable. - Peter Travers, Rolling Stone  
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June 23: Men's Movie Night
Moonlight (2016) | Trailer - YouTube
7:30 PM Showtime, Bowtie Cinema, 118 Summer Street, Stamford
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A young African-American man grapples with his identity and sexuality while experiencing the everyday struggles of childhood, adolescence, and burgeoning adulthood” -IMDB
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“Director Barry Jenkins has created a sublime, novelistic work of art by employing the specific in pursuit of the universal: Few will walk away from “Moonlight” untouched by its message.” - John Anderson, Wall Street Journal

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  • Francesca Dulce Larson
    published this page 2021-03-30 16:26:50 -0400