At our annual San Francisco International Queer Women of Color Film Festival, we screen films created through our programs, in addition to films by independent filmmakers from around the world. Each year, we play to a full house. It’s unlike any other film screening you’ve been to. It’s a theatre full of friends and family who are gathering to not only watch a film together, but to experience something new, to think differently, build community, and to participate in deep, lasting social change.
Edie Windsor changed our lives by fighting for marriage equality and overturning DOMA in 2013. Edie's recent passing is a huge loss to our community and family, and we want to honor her legacy and bring visibility to all she did to help make our lives better. Join us for a film screening of Edie & Thea: A Very Long Engagement followed by conversation and drinks. Click here for more information.