6/29/2023

🏳️‍🌈 WMM Pride Month Virtual Film Festival: LAST WEEK!


The Last Week to Enjoy Our Free Pride Month
Virtual Film Festival! 
🏳️‍🌈 

Watch Select Films that Uplift and Amplify LGBTQI+ stories! 
Extended through July 2!
Enjoy the final week of the Women Make Movie's free PRIDE Month virtual film festival, which we have extended through July 2! You have a few days left to enjoy powerful films that inspire and empower like new releases ESTHER NEWTON MADE ME GAY (dir. Jean Carlomusto), a story of cultural anthropologist Esther Newton's awakening to gay life in the 1950's that included forging a butch identity that for her is in conversation with trans-masculinity, -- and LOVE, BARBARA (dir. Brydie O'Connor), a touching tribute to the pioneering lesbian experimental filmmaker, Barbara Hammer, told through the lens and love of her partner of over 30 years. Don't miss these fantastic new films as well as featured selections from our collection like THE ARCHIVETTES (dir. Megan Rossman) which tells the fascinating origins of the Lesbian Herstory Archive; THE REVIVAL (dir. Sekiya Dorsett), a story of building community among queer women of color; A NORMAL GIRL (dir. Aubree Bernier-Clarke), a portrait of intersex activist Pidgeon Pagonis; and more! 

You can share the word by downloading our PRIDE Month Virtual Film Festival toolkitFilms are available to watch through the weekend until Sunday, July 2, 2023.


The WMM Pride Month Virtual Film Festival is made possible by the New York State Council on the Arts with the support of the Office of the Governor and the New York State Legislature.
REGISTER TO WATCH
Films in our Pride Month Virtual Film Festival:
Esther Newton, a Pathbreaking Cultural Icon
The Story of Intersex Activist Pidgeon Pagonis
A Portrait of Iconic Asian American Poet, Kitty Tsui 
LGBTQI Communities, Cultures, and Physical Spaces 
Black Lesbian Poets and Feminist Thinkers
A Touching Tribute to Barbara Hammer from Her Partner
Combatting Lesbian Invisibility Through Preservation

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