|June 20, 2019||4:00 PM||Camelot Theatres (PS Cultural Center)|
An elderly gay couple living off the grid in the Rocky Mountains finds a deeper love when dementia threatens their independence.
In 1987 East Berlin, two men meet in a sexual encounter and decide to spend the night wandering together, discovering their deep similarities and stark differences.
A young gay man grows increasingly entangled in the marriage of an older couple.
Jonathas, a queer orphan going through the adoption process in Brazil, has been rejected before because he's "different." Will he find the loving home that he deserves?
A 14-year-old boy develops a close friendship with his older sister's boyfriend, and must confront the depth of his feelings when the couple announces that they will be moving away.
A young woman returns home one last time to say goodbye to her dying, senile grandfather, from whom she's been estranged for quite some time.
|Running Time:||102 minutes|