Wicked Queer: Top 7 movies protagonists of the Boston LGBT Film Festival from March 30 to April 9
Wicked Queer, the Boston Lgbt Film Festival will be held at various venues around Boston, from March 30 to April 9. The Boston LGBT Film Festival is the fourth oldest LGBT film festival in North America. The festival was founded in 1984 by film programmer George Mansour at the long departed South Station Cinema. In the last decade the Boston LGBT Film Festival has become the leading LGBT media organization in the Northeast that showcases international, US, and local film, video, and other media, fostering a greater sense of awareness and diversity among the lesbian, gay, bisexual, and transgender communities and allied audiences.
Here the best 7 movies of 2017 edition:
Southwest Of Salem: The Story of the San Antonio Four excavates the nightmarish persecution of Elizabeth Ramirez, Cassandra Rivera, Kristie Mayhugh, and Anna Vasquez – four Latina lesbians wrongfully convicted of gang-raping two little girls in San Antonio, Texas…
You’ll Never Be Alone: After his gay teenage son, Pablo, is badly beaten up by some homophobic youngsters, Juan, a withdrawn manager at a mannequin factory struggles between having to pay his son’s exorbitant medical bills and his last attempt at making partner at his company…
Presenting Princess Shaw: Princess Shaw placed her dreams on YouTube. Then they became a reality. This is the extraordinary true story of an aspiring musician down on her luck, who inspired internationally famous YouTube artist Kutiman to create a magical collaboration that would bring her music to a whole new audience.
Born in Flames: The movie that rocked the foundations of the early Indie film world, this provocative, thrilling and still-relevant classic is a fantasy of female rebellion set in America ten years after the Second American Revolution.
The Handmaiden: A gripping and sensual tale of two women, a young Japanese Lady living on a secluded estate, and a Korean woman who is hired to serve as her new handmaiden, but is secretly plotting with a conman to defraud her of a large inheritance.
Moonlight: A vital portrait of contemporary African American life and an intensely personal and poetic meditation on identity, family, friendship, and love, Moonlight is a groundbreaking piece of cinema that reverberates with deep compassion and universal truths.
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