An older lesbian woman returns from a brief, joyful sojourn to a life of staleness. Have we not seen enough straight joy to demand more of our own? A closeted gay man chooses a loveless marriage over a man he loves. Portrait of a Serial Monogamist. There are still huge portions of gay history that need to be given space on-screen, undoubtedly, but they should be allowed to exist alongside more escapist fare as well.
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LGBT cinema still needs more happy endings
Powerhouse Leather Community Service. How about a bisexual man heading up an Apatowian comedy? A gay man decides to stay in the closet for his career, saying goodbye to his lover. It's like binge-watching over the course of a week, learning new things, seeing new queer stories to Why go to a film festival, or the Out Here Now festival in particular? Westport is rich and diverse in history, food, services, shopping, and the feul of any festival:
Most of the films are not available from other sources now; many of them never will be. Kansas City Bear Mafia. Straight characters are allowed to exist without a constant reminder of the reality they might face away from the screen. This is the 17th year, after all, and the ways we can watch movies have changed during that time. This festival is fantastic! I want to see gay characters thriving, falling in love, having fun, saving the day, overcoming challenges, staying together and being given the space to live happily ever after.