The 2014 Indiana LGBT Film Festival continues this Sunday night with shorts “What’s Your Sign?” and “A Last Farewell” followed by the German feature Happy End?!
Lucca is young student with a bright future in law. During her service at a local hospice, she meets Val. When their friend Herma passes away, they set out to give her a proper burial, despite the wishes and desires of her family. The two women undertake a journey that leads them toward self-discovery and one another, all the while attempting to evade Herma’s family, Lucca’s father, and the police. Happy End?! is one part comedy, two parts action, and all about how two very different individuals can help one another.
The films begin at 6 pm in Beard Auditorium in Stouffer Hall on the Indiana University of Pennsylvania campus.
So, here is it is. After nearly eight months and 200 films, the 2014 Indiana LGBT Film Festival lineup is announced!
October 5:Boy Meets Girl w/ “Dinner at 40” and “Dream Date”
October 12:Happy End?! w/ “What’s Your Sign?” and “A Last Farewell”
October 19:The Way He Looks w/ “Transmormon” and “First Clue”
October 28: Double Feature: Tru Love and Eat With Me
All shows are 6 pm at Stouffer Hall on the Indiana University of Pennsylvania Campus. Admission is free. Donations are recommended in support of the films. Stay tuned here for previews and more throughout the festival!
October is right around the corner, and that means the Indiana LGBT Film Festival will soon be here. This year’s festival will take place in Beard Auditorium at Stouffer Hall on the Indiana University of Pennsylvania Campus. All shows start at 6pm and are free and open to the public. Donations are welcome.
Now, in its 11th season, the Indiana LGBT Film Festival brings together the best international films featuring lesbian, gay, bisexual, transgender, and ally depictions and stories.
Stay tuned for the festival lineup, previews, and other festival details.
Indiana Cares Campaign and the Film Festival Committee wish thank everyone who attended the concluding night of the 10th Annual Indiana LGBT Film Festival. All in all, we were able to raise over $500 for the Pat Rawls Memorial scholarship, bringing us close to our $5000 goal.
We also want to extend a special thanks to Sal Rendino, one of the actors from A Perfect Wedding and our special celebrity guest. Sal made the trek from Yonkers, NY to Indiana, PA just to be with us for the evening. Sal provided a question and answer session following the night’s features.
Indiana Cares Campaign will present the 11th Annual Indiana LGBT Film Festival in October 2014. Stay tuned for more details in the coming year.
As a precursor to our 10th Annual LGBT Film Festival, Indiana Cares Campaign presents Pittsburgh’s own LGBT choral group–The Renaissance City Choirs. This talented group of singers and musicians will be performing “Love and Our Families,” a musical celebration of family through the eyes of the LGBT community. The concert features songs by Eric lane Barnes, James Mulholland, Jonathan Larson, and more.
This one-night only concert event takes place September 28, 2013, at 7:30 pm in the Gorrell Recital Hall in Sutton Hall on the Indiana University of Pennsylvania Campus. Tickets are $10 in advance and $15 at the door. You can order your tickets emailing firstname.lastname@example.org or pay by credit card through the HUB Box Office at 724-357-1313.
The 10th Annual LGBT Film Festival Committee is pleased to announce the 2013 Film Festival Lineup. Films will be shown every Sunday night at 6 pm though the month of October in Beard Auditorium in Stouffer Hall on the Indiana University of Pennsylvania campus. All films are open to the public and free of charge. Donations kindly accepted. The Indiana LGBT Film Festival is sponsored by Indiana Cares Campaign and made possible with generous contributions from the IUP College of Humanities and Social Sciences, the IUP LGBT Commission, the IUP Honors College, Lively Arts at IUP, PFLAG of Indiana, the IUP Political Science Department, IUP Pride Alliance, the IUP Sociology Department, IUP Women’s Studies, and private donors.