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The Women's Film Festival 2016: LGBTQ Shorts Program
University of Arts, Caplan Recital Hall
Philadelphia, PA
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The Women's Film Festival 2016: LGBTQ Shorts Program
Saturday, March 12th, 2016-
LGBTQ Shorts Program @ 6:50PM- Free Program

Truthful Innards | USA | 4 minutes
Directed by Margaret Polzine

An experimental animation approaching the idea of the layers a body builds when it has been harmed.

Director, Margaret Polzine will be in attendance for a Q&A session.

Malefemale | USA | 9 minutes
Directed by Kristin Adair

Frances Reed identifies as gender non-conforming. While they love their body, they have struggled with pain and injury connected to their gender presentation. Frances story is about the challenges and joys of living in ones body, while also seeking to connect and grow in relationship and service to others. This short documentary follows Frances and their long-time partner Jessica as they navigate life together, running an evolving community wellness space called Freed Bodyworks, and being who they are.

Director, Kristin Adair may be available for a Q&A session.

Carefree | USA | 22 minutes
Directed by Tara Shayne

Tara, a quirky, high-strung girl in her 20's visits her hometown, for the first time since leaving at 17, to crash her high school sweethearts wedding. Through a series of awkward encounters and ridiculous scenarios she finds that not too much has changed back home, yet everything has changed.

Mom's Wedding | Canada | 12 minutes
Directed by Michelle Brightman

Two very different and estranged sisters come together to celebrate their mother's new marriage. Dramatic and comedic moments ensue as the sisters tackle issues of sexuality, conformity and family dynamics strengthening their sisterly bond.

Director, Michelle Brightman will be in attendance for a Q&A session.

The Hurtin' One | Canada | 3 minutes
Directed by Jess Lee

Nursing heartache, a queer woman finds temporary reprieve while immersing herself in a Portuguese community street party.


University of Arts, Caplan Recital Hall (View)
211 South Broad Street, 17th Floor
Philadelphia, PA 19107
United States


Film > Festivals

Minimum Age: 14
Kid Friendly: No
Dog Friendly: No
Non-Smoking: Yes!


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