The 2016 Cinequeer Film Fest! | #Sfqp

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The 2016 Cinequeer Film Fest! | #Sfqp says
Lights, camera, action - we've got some queer cinema to show you!

Southern Fried Queer Pride presents the first ever Cinequeer Film Fest - a night of queer films, shorts, and cinema for and by queer and trans artists! Happening on the grand rooftop of Eyedrum Art & Music Gallery at 7 PM, come for a line-up of varied features.

The event starts at 8 PM with a panel of queer filmmakers featuring special guests Alli Logout, Thehouseofjune, and the makers of Queer Moxie.

The 2016 Cinequeer Film Fest featured films are:
Tiny Traveler by Rag-N-Bone Studios
Q&A by The House of June
Plastic Dream Ritual by Coorain
Gay Credentials by Tesla Cariani
BubbleCum by Grace Thornton
Krabs For Dat Ass + YDD’s ABCs + 17, A Shawt Film by Keiff Jones
Chicken Doctor by Stephanie Pharr, Xander Alexander, and Basil
The Night Has Opened My Eyes by Willow Midulla
Math Matician by Ryan Obery and Dandy Prinsloo
Battle of the Sexes + Midnight Magic - Beam Me Up + Sha-La-La-La-La by PMS
m.+a.=s.k./men+aliens=space.kink by Noemi Y Molitor
Chlorine by PMS
Digital Affirmation + Lucid Noon Midnight Blush by Alli Logout
Memoirs of a Thot by Tyerelle Bryant

**Many of the films have graphic content (language, porn, etc.) and will be prefaced before each is screened.**

SFQP will also be selling official t-shirts, stickers, and popcorn! T-shirts are $10. Stickers are 1 for $2 or 3 for $5. Popcorn is $3 per bag.

Doors open at 7 PM. Panel begins at 8 PM. Film screenings begin at 9 PM.
This event is open to all ages.
A suggested sliding scale door cover of $7 to $20 helps pay the venue, the artists, and benefits Southern Fried Queer Pride! Card and cash are accepted.

The rooftop is ADA-accessible. Restrooms are located indoors at Eyedrum and are ADA-accessible.

Parking can be found in the parking garage on the corner of MLK and Forsyth Street, as welll as surrounding streets, garages, and lots.

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By: Southern Fried Queer Pride