But with a werewolf. Tom of Finland documentary from Her mother is dead, and her wealthy, eccentric father is too self-absorbed to be responsible for her. What brings the subjects together is a dream: Those who did serve were forced to do so secretly, at great risk to themselves and their families. Isolated young sheep farmer Johnny Saxby numbs his daily frustrations with binge drinking and casual sex, until the arrival of a Romanian migrant worker employed for the lambing season ignites an intense relationship that sets Johnny on a new path.
Some of his projects include co-founding xQsiMagazine. Portland filmmaker Heidi Yewman's "Behind the Bullet" explores a side of gun violence that's rarely talked about--the impact a shooting has on the shooter. Jason, a year-old hustler, dazzles the audience with stories of confrontations with his family, the orgies he has attended and the hustling that has formed the pattern of his life as a black, gay man. Director Wes Hurley will be in attendance to present his award-wining short film Little Potato as well as his short "Rusakla" and episodes from his popular web series "Capitol Hill. Ended October 08,
From arrests for drugs to alcoholism and lack of opportunities for education and employment, each suffers trying to fit being gay into their lives. Co-directors Matt Alber and Jon Garcia in attendance with subjects from doc. Showed previously at Cinema 21 in Portland, Oregon:. Far from their families and political restrictions, we follow five men from five countries on the quest for their dreams. Shows Starting Before 6PM:.
Dissatisfied with "bourgeois" aspects of the gay rights movement and machismo in the s punk scene, young Canadians Bruce LaBruce and G. Showed previously at Cinema 21 in Portland, Oregon: A young linguist travels to the jungle of Mexico to research a language on the verge of disappearing. Mifti is a beautiful and reckless year-old girl. When Sara meets Andrea, a new classmate, during her senior year of high school, everything is thrown into disarray after someone discovers the intimate relationship they share. Eureka Springs, Arkansas, is the home of the Christ of the Ozarks statue, commissioned in by the far-right, anti-Semitic American clergyman Gerald L. Rese is a young father struggling with periods of homelessness; Dominic seeks out his family of origin, confronting an alternate history for himself; Kennie admits to himself and his loved ones who he is for the first time in his life; and Mason, a loving husband who struggles with mental illness, works daily to be the man he's always wanted to be - on both the inside and out.