Several films at this year's Miami International Film Festival have LGBT content:
a film by Marta Cunningham
(USA, 89 min., 2013)
An account of the aftermath of the hate crime killing of 15-year old gay Larry King, by his classmate, inside a California classroom in 2008, which reveals the effect of Larry's killing on the gay and lesbian friends and classmates he left behind. If you were moved by THE LARAMIE PROJECT you will be stirred by VALENTINE ROAD.
SUN, March 03 at 06:15 PM (Regal South Beach);
SUN, March 10 at 06:00 PM (Regal South Beach)
THE GO DOC PROJECT
a film by Cory James Krueckeberg
(USA, 100 min., 2013)
Too shy to make a proper introduction, a recent college grad devises to shoot a documentary about the NYC nightlife scene in order to meet the go-go guy he’s cyber-obsessed with. WORLD PREMIERE
*MON, March 04 at 09:00 PM (Miami Beach Cinematheque); TUE, March 05 at 09:30 PM (Miami Beach Cinematheque)
*A reception will take place at the LGBT Visitor Center next door to the Miami Beach Cinematheque, at 7:30 PM, before the Monday, March 4th screening of THE GO DOC PROJECT.
a film by Tony Krawitz
(Australia, UK, 84 min., 2012)
English, French, Greek
An Australian photographer finds shocking truths about his ancestry after he travels to Greece to reconnect with his family’s native land.
TUE, March 05 at 9:45 PM (Regal South Beach)
a film by Xavier Dolan
(Canada, France, 159 min., 2012)
French with English subtitles
Dreamy, audacious gender-bending melodrama about anguished lovers struggling with their own flaws and an unjust society.
SAT, March 02 at 06:45 PM (Coral Gables Art Cinema);
SUN, March 10 at 04:00 PM (Regal South Beach)
a film by Charles Atlas
(Denmark, USA, 81 min., 2012)
Music documentary by Charles Atlas and Antony portraying the lives of 13 remarkable women, many of them transsexuals or of varying sexual orientation.
FRI, March 01 at 09:15 PM (Regal South Beach)
See more films with LGBT content at 2013 Miami International Film Festival by clicking here.