GSU’s Alliance for Sexual and Gender Diversity is having a LGBTQIQA Film Festival on campus this coming Monday (February 25th) through Friday (March 1st)! It’s free to GSU students and their guests – checkout the great lineup of films, and the specific days/times/locations here.
BTW, did you know that the GSU University Library has a highly-praised LGBTQIQA Studies online guide, highlighting the various LGBTQIQA resources at the library, in the Atlanta community, and beyond? And, be sure to check out the “Films & TV” tab:
- Over 100 feature films spanning the silent to contemporary eras – explore the evolution of the representation of LGBTQIQA people throughout cinematic history.
- Television series featuring LGBTQIQA characters, including My So-Called Life, Ellen, Will & Grace, Queer as Folk, The L Word, Noah’s Arc, Modern Family, and Glee.
- Over 50 documentary films on DVD and online via the Films on Demand database, such as Before Stonewall: The Making of a Gay and Lesbian Community, Paris is Burning, The Celluloid Closet, and much more!