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So Many Men…So Many Films To See Them In…

Here are a few male centric films/programs to check out at the SEATTLE QUEER FILM FESTIVAL which kicks off this Thursday with opening night film SID & JUDY and gets into high gear for the next ten days!

This Friday, October 11th, check out Simon Amstell’s charming BENJAMIN a British gay romantic comedy starring Colin Morgan and “Call The Midwife” star Jessica Raine! Tix HERE!
On Saturday, October 12th there’s a great film option for everyone who likes sweet rom-coms about adorable gay Italian Daddies and gorgeous Italian scenery…it’s the fun “Mamma Mia-esque” romp, AN ALMOST ORDINARY SUMMER and you can snag tickets HERE!!!
Also on Saturday October 12th it’s the very popular Boys Shorts program, screening at 4:15 pm at Northwest Film Forum. These 9 sexy short films run the gamut from steamy to sweet…and the film “Matt” includes adult star COLBY JANSEN in his first non-porn role! Snag tickets over HERE!!!
On Monday, October 14th, check out this special presentation at MoPop! “They’re bringing heart to the heartland! Galvanized by the 2016 election and a resurgence of faith-based anti-LGBTQ laws, the San Francisco Gay Men’s Chorus sets out on a one-week, 25-performance tour through the Bible Belt. Though they know they can’t change an entire region in just seven days, they hope to use their musical talents to find common ground with the communities some members escaped from long ago. “We can sing, and we can love,” says artistic director Tim Seelig in this uplifting documentary, winner of the Audience Award at the 2019 Tribeca Film Festival.
MoPop admission not required to access this program.
Get tickets HERE!
Also: on Friday, October 11th check out BEAUTY & DECAY. In this fascinating and transporting documentary, Sven Marquardt, best known as a heavily tattooed and pierced queer bouncer at Berlin’s most famous and debaucherous techno club but also an accomplished photographer and sensitive soul, reunites with Dominique Hollenstein and Robert Paris, two old friends from the colorful East Berlin underground of the 1980s. Marquardt reflects on his career in preparation for a new photo shoot and gallery showing that he is undertaking with his long-time model/muse Dominique.
Via Three Dollar Bill Cinema: THE COUNTDOWN FOR THE FESTIVAL BEGINS— we are just a couple days away from the biggest event in Queer Seattle Cinema™, SQFF 24 Opening Night Gala: SID & JUDY. The movie will begin at SIFF Cinema Egyptian THIS THURSDAY, October 10 at 6:30 PM, with Director Stephen Kijak in attendance. 🤩
We are running a SPECIAL SALE for THIS EVENT ONLY— BOGO GALA tickets! Grab yours from the link below before time runs out!
Immediately following the screening is our first fab party of the fest at Rainier Chapter House! Featuring small bites, signature cocktails, and a dance party— start #SQFF24 right. 💃

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