Lavender Orientations at MSP International Film Fest

The Minneapolis-St. Paul International Film Festival is offering various lavender-oriented films. Artists connected to some of them will be in attendance and they can be seen at various locations. St. Anthony Main is the primary location for the festival.

The Blessing, courtesy of The Blessing.

The Blessing. USA. Navajo spirituality, ecological crisis and gender nonconformance are central themes.

The Cakemaker, photo courtesy of Strand Releasing.

The Cakemaker. Israel, Germany. A closeted German pastry chef suffers a tragedy and travels to Jerusalem.

Disobedience, photo courtesy of Bleecker Street.

Disobedience. Ireland, UK, USA. An attraction between two women is rekindled after a father’s death.

Mr. Gay Syria, photo courtesy of Taskovski Films.

Mr. Gay Syria. Turkey, Germany, Malta, France. An unlikely combination of Syrian refugees and the Mr. Gay World Pageant.

A Moment in the Reeds, photo courtesy of Film Collaborative.

A Moment in the Reeds. Finland. UK. Love between two men: one from Syria, one from Finland.

Not in My Lifetime, photo courtesy of Pam Colby Productions.

Not in My Lifetime. USA. Beloved lesbian Twin Cities filmmaker Pam Colby looks into the bonds within communities.

Silicon Beach photo by Stephen Tringali.

Silicon Beach. USA. A love story with a variety of people of various sexual orientations.

TransMilitary. USA. The problem of discriminatory agendas against transgender service members is examined.

Minneapolis St.Paul International Film Festival
Though Apr. 28
Various Locations
(612) 331-7563
mspfilm.org

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