Pgh Lesbian & Gay Film Festival Celebrates 25 years this October

It is an anniversary milestone for an important piece of Pittsburgh's LGBT cultural heritage – the annual film festival brought to us by the Lesbian & Gay Film Society.  This marks the 25th anniversary of this important institution. 


There are some lovely films for your viewing pleasure.  I've found the Southside Works to be a good venue and has a lovely old fashioned feel to it. 

There's a movie the night of my 40th birthday about DADT.  I'm thinking we should catch it … called A Marine Story.


The Film Society is an important community resource.  Expect big things in the coming year as the group works to become even more relevant to the ever emerging queer community.  Show your support by attending at least one film and perhaps getting involved in the organization. 

This is our chance for a few weeks of quality LGBTQ entertainment so be sure to head down to the Southside, pick up your popcorn and enjoy a great movie. Or two. 

What a great autumn date night!

BTW, thanks to the Film Society for donating two passes to the Political Blogging Panel at Pittsburgh Podcamp.  Our winner was the lovely and talented Jen England who asked some great questions about anonymous commenters.  Congrats to Jennifer and hurrah to the Film Society for supporting free speech!


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