CHILDREN OF GOD
ONE IN A MILLION (Narrative/10 minutes/USA/2008/Seattle premiere/ some mature humor)
Directed by Monifa Porter. This re-creation of the creation myth is the story of a lesbian couple's dogged pursuit of suitable sperm to start their family. A tale of moms-to-be on a precarious journey in cars, 'copters and cyberspace, relentlessly pursuing and welcoming new life.
CHILDREN OF GOD (Narrative/Bahamas/90 minutes/2009/some mature themes)
Children of God"" refers to the religious concept that human beings are regarded by God as his children, and is used by Christians to refer to human divinity.
The film is the story of two individuals who learn that in order to live a truly happy life, you have to risk speaking and acting according to your true feelings.
Directed by Kareem Mortimer. Set against the backdrop of a nation grappling with violent homophobic crime and offering a scathing examination of the underlying hatred for gays rampant in Caribbean societies, Bahamian Kareem Mortimer's debut narrative feature tells the stories of three very different individuals: Lena, the conservative, deeply religious wife of a secretly gay firebrand pastor; Romeo, a handsome young black man hiding his sexuality from his close-knit and loving family; and Jonny, the conflicted and creatively-blocked white artist in search of himself. All three head for the spectacularly beautiful and tranquil island of Eleuthera, each with a different reason for escaping current circumstances. Soon, their disparate worlds collide in unexpected and affecting ways.
The LHAAFF welcomes Sistah Sinema, a movie night showcasing Black womyn in Queer roles, as a community promotion partner for this evening's screening of films inclusive of the Black LGBTQ experience. Sistah Sinema was created to showcase the nuances of Black Queer Womyn culture. It is hoped that the movies will serve as a vehicle to foster honest dialogue on struggles and opportunities unique to Black Queer Womyn. While discussion will focus on Black Queer Womyn, all members of the Queer community are invited to attend. Each showing is followed by a moderated discussion. www.sistahsinema.webs.com.
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Seattle, WA 98122
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