ImageOut Film Festival 2015

Cafe closed Sunday, Aug. 28

The Little Cafe will be closed Sunday, Aug. 28, but don't worry, we're back the following day (Monday, Aug. 29) with a can't miss show from The Brothers Blue!

ImageOut Film Festival 2015

Special Screening
Special One-Time Screening

The 23rd Annual Rochester LGBT Film Festival
The Board of Directors and all of our wonderful volunteers are excited to bring you the newest and best in LGBT Cinema, Art, and Culture. We hope you'll discover something new and unexpected in these pages that will intrigue you into a new movie experience. That's what film festivals are all about – opening up possibilities to see our world in a new way. Likewise the ImageArt exhibition, personal pronouns, running through September and October at The Visual Studies Workshop, explores gender, gender identity, and the other possibilities beyond a narrow binary definition.
 

Please note: The Little Box office will only sell tickets to ImageOut screenings 1 hour prior to each screening.  Advance purchases must be made through ImageOut.
The Festival is a mix of the best in feature-length and short films and videos, as well as first-rate documentaries. Local and regional filmmakers share the spotlight with their US and international counterparts. Archival Night, one of the Festival highlights, features queer classics from George Eastman House Motion Picture Archives and other film archives. ImageOut also features prominent visiting filmmakers, producers, scholars, and gay pioneers who in the past have included Barbara Hammer, Christine Vachon, Arthur Dong, Sadie Benning, B. Ruby Rich, Bruce LaBruce, Wash Westmorland, John Waters, Kate Clinton, Frank Kameny, Barbara Gittings, Charles Busch, and Jeffrey Friedman.

About the Film:

The 23rd Annual Rochester LGBT Film Festival
The Board of Directors and all of our wonderful volunteers are excited to bring you the newest and best in LGBT Cinema, Art, and Culture. We hope you'll discover something new and unexpected in these pages that will intrigue you into a new movie experience. That's what film festivals are all about – opening up possibilities to see our world in a new way. Likewise the ImageArt exhibition, personal pronouns, running through September and October at The Visual Studies Workshop, explores gender, gender identity, and the other possibilities beyond a narrow binary definition.
 

Please note: The Little Box office will only sell tickets to ImageOut screenings 1 hour prior to each screening.  Advance purchases must be made through ImageOut.
The Festival is a mix of the best in feature-length and short films and videos, as well as first-rate documentaries. Local and regional filmmakers share the spotlight with their US and international counterparts. Archival Night, one of the Festival highlights, features queer classics from George Eastman House Motion Picture Archives and other film archives. ImageOut also features prominent visiting filmmakers, producers, scholars, and gay pioneers who in the past have included Barbara Hammer, Christine Vachon, Arthur Dong, Sadie Benning, B. Ruby Rich, Bruce LaBruce, Wash Westmorland, John Waters, Kate Clinton, Frank Kameny, Barbara Gittings, Charles Busch, and Jeffrey Friedman.