FRIDAY, JUNE 23

THE LAVENDER SCARE

1:30PM

MAN LOVE MATINEE

4:45PM

SIGNATURE MOVE

7:00PM

AFTER HOURS

9:00PM

SOLD OUT!

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Ordering Your Tickets

 

  • Tickets purchased online can be picked up at the Tivoli Box Office when you come to your screening. Just make sure to bring the credit card you used to order your tickets to claim your tickets at the box office.
     

  • The Tivoli Online Box Office does NOT have an online shopping cart which means that you have to order tickets to each film separately. You CAN order more than one ticket for the same film in one transaction, but you CANNOT order multiple films in the same transaction.
     

  • If you are ordering tickets to more than one film, ALL of your tickets will print out when you come to the Tivoli Box to pick-up your tickets for your FIRST movie.
     

  • You can also order tickets in person at the Tivoli Box Office in Westport 

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THURSDAY, JUNE 22

THE LAVENDER SCARE

7:00PM

Be here for the world premiere of a powerful, new documentary about the most contested piece of legislation in Kansas City history told through the voices and personal stories of those who were there.

 

As an ORDINANCE PROJECT VIP Supporter, you are entitled to a FREE TICKET for you and a guest to the premiere. You must RSVP to reserve your tickets.

Now celebrating 20 years, OUT HERE NOW: The Kansas City LGBT Film Festival is one of the Midwest's most visible and highly-regarded LGBT film festivals and the city's oldest and best-attended community film program. 

We are especially proud of our long standing commitment to showcasing timely, independent films by, for about the LGBTQ people, issues and stories. Our mission is to shine a light on the works of emerging filmmakers from around the world and share them with our appreciative audiences here in the Heartland.

To learn more about us, we encourage you to look over our 2018 line-up. And, if you have any questions about how to get involved with our 2019 events, just email us

Thanks for coming out to the movies!

Jamie Rich, Festival Director

Mark Your Calendar for this Special New Year's Screening Event

"Call Me By Your Name"
  Kansas City PREMIERE

This sensual and transcendent tale of first love, based on the acclaimed novel comes to Kansas City. Nominated for three Golden Globes including Best Picture & Best Actor

Look for an announcement on our Facebook page about a special opening week event.

Opens Friday, January 19
Tivoli Cinemas in Westport

Submissions are now open for OUT HERE NOW 2018
The 19th Annual Kansas City LGBT Film Festival

If you have a film that you would like to submit, we accept entries via FilmFreeway.com. Just click the button below to learn more.

Now in our nineteenth season, OUT HERE NOW: The Kansas City LGBT Film Festival is one of the Midwest's most visible and highly-regarded LGBT cultural programs and the city's oldest and best-attended community film program.

We are especially proud of our long standing commitment to showcasing timely, independent films by, for about the LGBT community....and for shining a light on the works of emerging filmmakers from around the world with our appreciative audiences here in the Heartland of America. To learn more about us, see our 2017 Festival line-up

If you have questions or are unable to submit via Film Freeway please email festival director Jamie Rich.

You're Home is Our Canvas

MAKING MONTGOMERY CLIFT

Classic film star and queer icon Montgomery Clift bucked traditions on and off screen, but countless biographies have reduced his legacy to labels like “tragically self-destructive” and “tormented.” 

 

When his nephew dives into the family archives, a much more complicated picture emerges that gives one of Hollywood’s most underappreciated legends his due.

Saturday, December 15   11:00am
T
ivoli Cinemas in Westport

In this revelatory, new documentary filmmakers Robert Clift (born eight years after his famous uncle’s hyper-mythologized 1966 death) and Hillary Demmon compellingly deconstruct the pop psychology that reduced a life and an extraordinary career to a Freudian cliche.

 

Drawing on interviews with family and loved ones and a rich collection of unreleased archival materials from Monty and his brother, Brooks Clift, this fresh portrait details the actor’s passions, contributions and commitment to living and working in his own way.

OUT HERE NOW: The Kansas City LGBT Film Festival

is produced in coordination with Unity Temple on the Plaza
and Open Circle Media & Marketing 

FESTIVAL OFFICES

4330 Holly St

Kansas City, M0 64111

816.200.2059

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