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Saturday, November 19th: The Queer Lens: LGBTQ+ Shorts Block and Filmmaker Q&A

  • 120 mins

Join us for the San Diego Film Week screening of ‘The Queer Lens: LGBTQ+ Short Film Block’ featuring short films about the LGBTQ+ experience made by local filmmakers.

 

SCHEDULE:

Saturday, November 19th

8:30 pm to 10:30 pm

 

LOCATION: Museum of Photographic Arts

1649 El Prado, San Diego, CA 92101, United States

PARKING: Free in Park

In this program


Open To It

Directed by Greg Wolf

A loving gay couple experiments with becoming a hot gay throuple. But threesome sex and open relationships come…

Sugarcoat

Directed by Hau'oli Carr, Julia Borges Bertassoli

At his daughter’s third birthday party, a father is forced to confess a long-held secret.

We All Die Alone

Directed by Jonathan Hammond

The hubris of an inept conflict negotiator leads two warring gangs into an 8-way standoff. The consequences are both comical and tragic in this whip-smart short.

Moving Out

Directed by Rachel Earnest

A young college student still lives at home with her parents in Oceanside, California. In love with her best friend who has just married another woman, she becomes confounded by faith and ultimately must risk telling her parents who she really is in order to save herself.

Rendezvous

Directed by Benjamin Howard

A teenager’s attempt at finding intimacy leaves him with more questions than answers.

Stolen Glance

Directed by Rosanna Sanchez

During her hotel stay, Edith spends every evening reading a book while sitting in the lobby. And every evening she observes a beautiful woman, Camille, who always sits down on the other side of the lobby and plays the piano. Edith stares at her beauty a little too long this time, and gets caught in the act by Camille. However, instead of looking away, Camille stares back at Edith. Camille invites Edith to sit and play the piano with her. Edith nervously agrees.

SDFA Parody

Directed by Jonathan Hammond

“San Diego Film Awards annual parody! This year, local creators tackle Some Like It Hot- giving it a modern take!”