Saturday, June 23 | 10:45am
Tivoli Cinemas in Westport
Coffeehouse Matinee Screening
with fresh-brewed coffee from the Broadway Cafe as well as sweet and savory treats to enjoy.
Five vibrant and emerging voices of LGBTQ cinema with illuminating and revealing Latinx stories of diverse sexual and gender experiences are featured in this showcase hosted by poet and community organizer Alex Martinez and co-presented by Brown Pulse/Brown Voices.
Three siblings with different gender identities and sexual orientations bring us into their world during São Paulo's LGBT Pride Month. We learn about their relationships with each other, and how they work to overcome rampant homophobia and transphobia that exists in Brazil.
Directed by Sheena Rossiter
22 minutes | BRAZIL/CANADA | 2018
JUAN GABRIEL IS DEAD
On the day famous mexican singer JUAN GABRIEL dies, best friends Beto and Daniel will redefine their friendship. Daniel imagines how his day would be if he were a girl. Maybe this way his feelings toward Beto would be seen as normal.
Directed by Tavo Ruiz
15 minutes | MEXICO | 2018
Directed by Nicolas Jara
15 minutes | USA | 2018
Manuel is a gay Latino teen who lacks guidance and support. Even though his mother, Anna deeply cares for him, she is only able to prove and instill her love through video tapes made from afar. Keeping his sexuality and boyfriend a secret from his homophobic father, Manuel must decide the life he wants to live or end.
TOP 10 PLACES TO VISIT IN SAO PAOLO
Directed by Akira Kamiki
14 minutes | BRAZIL | 2018
On a Sunday, two young photographers walk around São Paulo trying to connect with the city, and slowly fall in love with each other.
In the midst of her family’s rejection, Elena wants to experience her own sexuality. A poetic film that explores love and freedom in the heart of a young woman.