Annual Out of the Closet and Onto the Screen LGBTQ Film Series
Fall 2019 schedule coming soon~

Here's what we did last year-
Connecting Through Community
Check each listing for time and location.

Wednesday September 5, 6 pm in Textor 103
The Year We Thought About Love

Go behind the scenes of the oldest queer youth theater troupe in America. Together they explore love - romantic, familial, and religious - as they write scripts based on their lives. When the Boston Marathon bombs explode outside their building, they become even more determined to share their stories of love.

Tuesday October 2, 6 pm in the Handwerker Gallery
America In Transition, selected shorts Presented in Collaboration with the Handwerker Gallery

Screening and discussion of three shorts in this series that amplifies the experiences of transgender people of color across the United States —on themes of immigration, healing from trauma, sexual violence, HIV criminalization, faith, and military service. A member of the AIT production team will Skype in for Q& A.

Wednesday October 3, 6 pm in Textor 103
El Canto del Colibri - in Spanish, with English subtitles
Screening in in observance of Latinx Heritage Month

Much like the seldom-heard hummingbird’s song, the voices of Latino fathers are rarely heard addressing LGBTQ issues. A story of Latino fathers on issues of immigration, faith, prejudice, isolation, marriage equality, machismo, culture, hope, solidarity, and the process of their LGBTQ children coming out.

Monday October 22, 7 pm in Emerson Suites
Bruce and Daryl, A film by IC students Alisha Tamarchenko ‘20 and Joshua Jacobius ‘19

Presented in collaboration with IC Gerontology Institute Distinguished Speakers Series
IC Professor Bruce Henderson and Cornell Professor Emeritus Daryl Bem are the subjects of this film, and will speak after the screening for the Distinguished Speakers Series.

Wednesday November 7, 6 pm in Textor 103
Reel In The Closet

A film tech discovers the real lives of queer people in the past by restoring hundreds of never before seen home movies dating back to the 1930s. But time is running out to save what's left before the films are destroyed by unknowing or unaccepting families of those who made them.

Wednesday December 5, 6 pm in Textor 103
Nothing Without Us: The Women Who Will End AIDS

Screening in observance of World AIDS Day
Explores how women at the forefront of the global AIDS movement shaped grassroots groups like ACT-UP in the U.S. and played essential roles in HIV prevention and treatment throughout sub-Saharan Africa, and the unaddressed dynamics that keep women around the world at risk of HIV.

Individuals with disabilities requiring accommodations should contact Luca Maurer at lmaurer@ithaca.edu or 607-274-7394. We ask that requests for accommodations be made as soon as possible.