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Friday, June 10, 7:30pm
From smoldering glances on the train, to sizzling mixes in a stranger’s kitchen, to hot house party hookups, this spicy blend of films will engage all of your senses and leave you craving more. Explicit Content.
La Petite Salon (Caroline Le, 2010)
Friday, June 10, 10:00pm
Saturday, June 11, 1:00pm
THINKERS & TROUBLEMAKERS
Join us for our Festival Focus Panel Discussion with deep thinkers, take-charge doers and long-time troublemakers. A roundtable discussion with queer women of color activists who have taught us what it means to stand at the intersections of gender, sexuality, race/ethnicity, nationality and culture. This panel illustrates the paths that have led to our current crossroads and illuminates our way forward through social justice feminism.
Saturday, June 11, 3:30pm
SOARING PAST SURVIVAL
From simmering memories that threaten to explode, to the adjoining paths of sexual identity and nationality, to incensed confrontations against street harassment, these films draw on the fire of our communities to forge our collective survival.
Moving Boxes (Danielle Brown, 2011)
Saturday, June 11, 7:30pm
IGNITING THE INTERSECTIONS
From the sultry lacing of Femme identity and voluptuous proportions, to the scorching juncture where jazz talent converges with gender expectations, to the fiery combination of joy and healing for transmen of color, these films reflect the blistering fusion of glitter, passion and resilience that our communities of color have always embodied.
Help Wanted (Truc Than Nguyen, 2011)
Sunday, June 12, 2:00pm
From the blazing links between drumming and spirituality, to the searing mix of culture and tradition, to the fierce bonds of chosen family, these films reveal that our devotion sparks our strength.
Grace and Fierceness (Zemaya Martinez, 2011)
Sunday, June 12, 6:00pm
From feverish dreams and torrid longing, to a conflagration of intertwined couplings, to a firestorm of love and immigration, these films will kindle tender and tenacious connections. Explicit Content.
Figure Drawing (Shiu-chin Linda Hsu, 2011)
Sunday, June 13, 8:00pm
DJ Black & DJ Ryan
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