Expose Yourself to Queer Cinema!
Southwest Gay and Lesbian Film Festival returns for second big year
By Devin D. O'Leary
Last year's inaugural Southwest Gay and Lesbian Film Festival brought some 2,000 eager film fans to Madstone Theaters for a weekend of truly independent film. But the subsequent closing of the Madstone left the festival stranded without a venue.
Thursday, Sept. 9
Girl Play (US 2004) 7 p.m., Century 14 Downtown
Friday, Sept. 10
The 24th Day (US 2004) 97 minutes 7 p.m., Century 14 Downtown
Beautiful Boxer (Thailand 2003) 116 minutes 9:30 p.m., Century 14 Downtown
Gypsy 83 (US 2001) 94 minutes 4 p.m., Southwest Film Center
My Mother Likes Women (Spain 2002) 96 minutes 6:30 p.m., Southwest Film Center
Hellbent (US 2004) 85 minutes 9 p.m., Southwest Film Center
The Raspberry Reich (Germany 2004) 90 minutes Midnight, The Guild Cinema
Saturday, Sept. 11
New Mexico World Day Against Trafficking in Persons at Civic Plaza
Learn about the dangers of human trafficking with Mayor Richard J. Berry, Attorney General Hector Balderas and others. Live music and dance, food trucks, and a performance by Graviel De La Plaga.
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