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Thursday, March 28 • 7:30pm - 9:15pm
PHILLY PHAMILY PHILMS

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Thursday,  March 28,  7:30 PM  @  Connelly Auditorium

PHILLY PHAMILY PHILMS, 
86 Minutes

Come celebrate new LGBTQ+ short films by local Philly Philmmakers, and our adopted qFLIX Philly Philmmakers, as we give you a clever sampling of just about  every genre of film.

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BATHROOM TROLL
Directed by Aaron Immediato, 2018, 17 Minutes, USA
After Cassie gets tormented for not "looking like a girl" in the school bathroom, a demonic vengeance troll awakens to avenge her - only making the nightmare worse.

QUEERBOY BEGINS 
Directed by Dave Sarrafian, 2018, 22 Minutes, USA
Joss Grey must find out who's killing people while finishing his midterm.

MY AUNT MAME 
Directed by Krissy Mahan, 2017, 9 Minutes, USA
A working class, gender non-conforming woman in the 1960's leaves a legacy for her butch dyke grand niece. This is a humanizing narrative by one queer older woman, which highlights intersecting identities that complicate discourses of sex, gender, and class.

TOO FAR IN
Directed by Casey Dennison, 2018, 17 Minutes, USA
As a dolphin that swam too far in from the ocean clings to survival in shallow water under an overpass in town, a man clings to the survival of his tense long-term relationship when unexpected temptation appears.

HOW I CAME OUT
Directed by Mark Jones, 2018, 6 Minutes, USA
A man has a unique and funny coming out story, he just doesn't know it yet.

WELCOME TO THE WORLD 
Directed by Albert M. Chan and Anthony Grasso, 2017, 7 minutes, USA
This award-winning short takes a few daring steps forward in a “confessional” style, revealing one man’s message from a troubled vision to an awakening from isolation back to humanity.

THE GAYBORHOOD NHD 
Directed by students from Penn Alexander School, 2018, 7 Minutes, USA
A group of 7th graders from Philadelphia present their award-winning documentary, which depicts Philadelphia’s contributions to LGBTQ+ rights, such as the Dewey’s Lunch Counter sit-in.


Thursday March 28, 2019 7:30pm - 9:15pm
University of the Arts - Connelly Auditorium Avenue of the Arts & Walnut Street, Terra Hall, 211 South Broad Street, 8th Floor

Attendees (4)