The Boston LGBT Film Festival is the fourth oldest LGBT film festival in North America. The festival was founded in 1984 by film programmer George Mansour at the long departed South Station Cinema. In the last decade the Boston LGBT Film Festival has become the leading LGBT media organization in the Northeast that showcases international, US, and local film, video, and other media, fostering a greater sense of awareness and diversity among the lesbian, gay, bisexual, and transgender communities and allied audiences.

In over three decades of existence the Boston LGBT Film Festival has screened thousands of films, hosted hundreds of filmmakers, and entertained, educated, and encouraged dialogue amongst the diverse neighborhoods of the Greater Boston area.

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Review: Trans Drama 'Death And Bowling' a Love, and Family, Affair

Review: Trans Drama 'Death And Bowling' a Love, and Family, Affair

MOVIES | By Kilian Melloy | Apr 2, 2022

Lyle Kash's hourlong film is a cinematic poem to love, loss, family, and acceptance.

Review: 'Orfeas2021' a Digital Age (and Politically Topical) Take on a Classic Opera

Review: 'Orfeas2021' a Digital Age (and Politically Topical) Take on a Classic Opera

MOVIES | By Kilian Melloy | Apr 2, 2022

The opera's imaginative CGI work notwithstanding, the non-digital elements are far and away the best; the set design and scenic elements enrapture, and baritone singer Georgios Iatrou captivates.

Review: Queer Documentary 'Sirens' a Moving Portrait of a Women Metal Band in Lebanon

Review: Queer Documentary 'Sirens' a Moving Portrait of a Women Metal Band in Lebanon

MOVIES | By Megan Kearns | Apr 2, 2022

Rita Baghdadi's moving, effervescent, and intimate queer documentary follows Slave to Siren, an all-women metal band in Lebanon.

Review: 'Three Tidy Tigers Tied A Tie Tighter' a Cosmic Parody

Review: 'Three Tidy Tigers Tied A Tie Tighter' a Cosmic Parody

MOVIES | By Kilian Melloy | Apr 2, 2022

Director Gustavo Vinagre takes a walk on the wildly surreal side with this outrageously satirical and atmospheric film, in which a trio of queer twenty-somethings wander São Paulo for a day.

Review: 'Cut!' a Campily Comic Queer Giallo

Review: 'Cut!' a Campily Comic Queer Giallo

MOVIES | By Kilian Melloy | Apr 1, 2022

Deliberately down-market and sure to be a cult favorite, this film gleefully revels in its cheapness, broad comedy, and vibrant color palette.

Review: 'My Fiona' a Reflection on Friendship With Sweet Realism

Review: 'My Fiona' a Reflection on Friendship With Sweet Realism

MOVIES | By Roger Walker-Dack | Apr 1, 2022

In "My Fiona," suicide brings more questions than answers.

Review: 'Sympathy Card' a Multifaceted Love Story

Review: 'Sympathy Card' a Multifaceted Love Story

MOVIES | By Noe Kamelamela | Apr 1, 2022

When Emma gets a terminal cancer diagnosis, she asks her wife Josie to find a new partner to replace her as soon as possible.

Review: 'Being Bebe' a Joy to Watch

Review: 'Being Bebe' a Joy to Watch

MOVIES | By Roger Walker-Dack | Apr 1, 2022

The rags-to-riches (and almost rags again) story of the very first winner of RuPaul's Drag Race

Review: Touching 'Being Thunder' a Welcome Contribution to Trans Cinema

Review: Touching 'Being Thunder' a Welcome Contribution to Trans Cinema

MOVIES | By Roger Walker-Dack | Apr 1, 2022

Stephanie Lamorre's heart-touching documentary on Two-Spirit teenager Sherente Misihitasin is a welcome contribution to the burgeoning dialogue about the transgender community.

Review: 'Building A Bridge' Shares a Jesuit Priest's Good News for LGBTQ+ Catholics

Review: 'Building A Bridge' Shares a Jesuit Priest's Good News for LGBTQ+ Catholics

MOVIES | By Kilian Melloy | Apr 1, 2022

Directors Evan Mascagnia and Shannon Post detail the work of Jesuit priest Fr. James Martin, whose ministry to LGBTQ+ Catholics grew in the wake of the Pulse Nightclub massacre.

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