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Day 6 at Seattle Queer Film Festival - Celebrating the QTBIPOC Community with Our Shorts Block & Meet Up!

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Kelly Walker; 2021; USA; 86 min.  

How do you cope when, out of nowhere, your best friend takes her own life? Jane (recently passed Northwest acting talent Jeanette Maus) is shocked and devastated when she suddenly loses her lifelong friend Fiona (Sara Amini). In an attempt to put the pieces together, she draws closer to Fiona’s wife, Gemma (Corbin Reid, How to Get Away With Murder), and their young son, Bailey (Elohim Nycalove). This deft feature film debut by director Kelly Walker follows this uneasy new unit as they navigate the complexities of their loss and develop an unexpected intimacy.  

 

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BLACK AND QUEER IN AMERICA

QTBIPOC SHORTS BLOCK

TUESDAY, OCT 19, 7:00 PM, NW FILM FORUM &

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This year’s QTBIPOC program is dedicated to celebrating the joy and resistance of Black queer lives in the United States.

 

 

Featuring:

OUT OF THE DARK: AKEEM (4 min.), USA

PURE (12 min.), USA

KIIA (5 min.), USA

AIMEE VICTORIA (11 min.), USA

LIMA'S PLACE (11 min.), USA

PEACE (11 min.), USA

THE BEAUTY PRESIDENT (10 min.), USA

SUNDAY'S CHILD (13 min.), USA

COMING HOME TO MYSELF (5 min.), USA

 

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AS WE LIKE IT

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Hung-i Chen & Muni Wei; 2021; Taiwan; 111 min.; in Chinese with Chinese and English subtitles 

Queer Taiwanese pop art meets the Bard in this all-female retelling of AS YOU LIKE IT. Set in a futuristic Taiwan devoid of the internet, this colorful, energetic drama follows Rosalind (Kou Hsueh-Fu) as she travels around Taipei looking for her estranged father. While on the search, she meets Orlando (Aggie Hsieh) and falls in love with him. Though Rosalind does not believe in true love, she decides to test Orlando’s attraction by dressing as a man and calling herself Roosevelt. The cityscape of Taipei serves as the urban forest where the lovers meet, quarrel, and try to make up. AS WE LIKE IT’s gender dynamics pay homage to Shakespeare’s own intentions, celebrating the strange and curious tricks love plays on us. Who knew being driven mad by love could be such fun?   



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