Queer (F)licks: A Night of Queer Shorts
Midnite weekend screenings happen on Friday & Saturday nights (meaning arrive on Friday and/or Saturday night by 11:45pm for seating, the movie starts after midnite)!
Run Time: 70 min. Format: Digital
Release Year: 2017
QUEER (F)LICKS spotlights short films made by LGBTQIA+ filmmakers.
These unique films showcase narratives that explore, challenge, subvert, twist, and push the boundaries of independent cinema.
A portion of ticket sales from Queer (F)licks will go to the Centro Comunitario LGBT de Puerto Rico Hurricane Maria Relief Fund.
Film Programming by: Heidi Hartwig (Director), Zachary Luke Kislevitz (Producer), and Lio Mehiel (Actor/Director)
Q&A moderated by: Nick McCarthy (Programming & Operations Manager at NewFest: New York’s LGBT Film & Media Arts Organization)
Writer and Director: Kyle Reaume
Featuring: Justin Miller, Harrison Reynolds, Kyle Reaume
Synopsis: He would do anything to be touched by his former lover once more.
A LACK OF DATING IN BROOKLYN
Writer: Quinn Marcus | Director: Drew Van Steenbergen
Featuring: Quinn Marcus, Andy Short, Emily Skeggs, Kate Franz, Tallie Medel
Synopsis: An unromantic comedy.
Writer and Director: Ashley George
Featuring: Indiana Tali, Alyssa Kempinski, Lucio Nieto, Jonathan Iglesias
Synopsis: A confused teenage girl drags her female best-friend-with-benefits to a guy’s house for an after-school hang.
Writer and Director: Terrian Williams
Featuring: Jalen Gilbert, Savage Houston
Synopsis: A young man with a flawed and troubled past meets someone who might have an impact on his life and his future decision-making.
Writer and Director: Jeremy Hersh
Featuring: Taylor Hess, Rebecca Henderson
Synopsis: The relationship between a young aspiring actress and an off-Broadway star.
Writer and Director: Dave Solomon
Featuring: Randy Harrison, Aaron Lazar, Lucas Steele, Hannah Bos
Synopsis: A lonely Brooklyn photographer gets the courage to come out from behind his camera to capture his crush, but there is more to the picture than meets the eye.
Writer and Director: Lauren Wolkstein
Featuring: Anna Margaret Hollyman, Camille Claris, Ulysse Grosjean
Synopsis: A 30-year-old American woman enters into a teenage party in the South of France. Some of the guests wonder who she is and what she is doing there.
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