The 30th annual Tampa Bay International Gay and Lesbian Film Festival (TIGLFF) will be held Oct. 4-12, 2019, showcasing the best in film by and for the LGBTQ community. This year’s festival will present 97 films from 25 different countries. It will also screen five collections of short films, welcome guests to live performances, host discussions with filmmakers and more. It’s a diverse lineup of entertainment representing a diverse community. Film fans from around Tampa Bay will have the opportunity to celebrate the festival’s 30th anniversary at two locations, the historic Tampa Theatre and Metro Inclusive Health. Read Watermark’s in-depth coverage about the 30th annual TIGLFF here and grab your popcorn for the full film schedule below. FEATURES Friday, Oct. 4 OPENING FILM: “SELL BY” (2019) Adam and his boyfriend Marklin have been together for five years. They love each other but are considering marriage just because “it’s time.” They’re about to find out if they have an expiration date. “BIT” (2019) On her first night in LA, Laurel, a transgender teenage girl on vacation falls in with four queer feminist vampires. The campy and provocative lesbian vampire film everyone has been waiting for. Saturday, Oct.5 “QUEERING THE SCRIPT” (2019)… Read full this story
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