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The Reel Queer Film Series at Bradbury-Sullivan LGBT Community Center presents free screenings of LGBTQ-themed independent, arthouse, and documentary films! Talkbacks follow each screening. All of the films we screen are not rated higher than PG-13.
The film screenings are held in person on the 2nd Thursday of every month at 6 p.m.
Join us for "Dykes, Camera, Action!," featuring a talkback with Mary Foltz, Ph.D., scholar-in-residence at Bradbury-Sullivan LGBT Community Center.
Lesbians didn't always get to see themselves on screen. But between Stonewall, the feminist movement, and the experimental cinema of the 1970s, they built visibility, and transformed the social imagination about queerness. Filmmakers Barbara Hammer, Su Friedrich, Rose Troche, Cheryl Dunye, Yoruba Richen, Desiree Akhavan, Vicky Du, film critic B. Ruby Rich, Jenni Olson, and others share moving and often hilarious stories from their lives and discuss how they've expressed queer identity through film.
The Reel Queer Film Series is supported in part by the Pennsylvania Council on the Arts, a state agency, through the Pennsylvania Partners in the Arts (PPA), its regional arts funding Partnership. State government funding comes through an annual appropriation by Pennsylvania’s General Assembly and from the National Endowment for the Arts, a federal agency. PPA is administered in this region by PPA Partner Lehigh Valley Community Foundation.
For more information about this series, please email [email protected].
This will be a sober-social event at Bradbury-Sullivan LGBT Community Center. Alcohol will not be present.
522 W Maple St
at Bayard Rustin Way
Allentown, PA 18101
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