From A Different Angle
LOW TICKET ALERT: The Sunday, August 18 screening has just 10 tickets left.
This collection of short documentaries explores the range of LGBTQ experience through time and across cultures.
The Tiwi Islands to the north of Australia is home to one of the world's oldest living cultures. It is also home to one of the world's largest populations of transgender women, they call themselves Sistergirl.
This short explores first queer love from the heart flutters to the emotional volatility.
This is a docudrama about how gay men have met over the ages. These slices of social history highlight the universal and timeless need for sex and intimacy.
For the estimated 40% of homeless youth in America who identify as LGBTQ, embracing their true identity often meant that they must also struggle to live on the streets.
Artist Daniel Crook challenges men to think beyond toxic masculinity through his intimate paintings.
This short brings the widely unknown struggles of intersex people to light, through the story of intersex activist Pidgeon Pagonis.
This is a story about Sean and Adrian, a Two-Spirit couple determined to rewrite the rules of Native American culture through their participation in the "Sweetheart Dance." This celebratory contest is held at powwows across the country for boy-girl couples…until now.
Here is a throwback look at 1993’s Mrs. Doubtfire and its cultural impact through its positive portrayal of drag and gay people in a family-friendly Hollywood film.
This is a portrait of two teenaged hockey players which explores the intensity of adolescence.
Friday, August 16
Sunday, August 18