Join Denver Film July 16-21, 2019 at CinemaQ as we present the year’s best LGBTQ+ cinema from around the world and celebrate the organizations in our own communities whose tireless work supports Denver’s vibrant LGBTQ+ scene. At CinemaQ, outstanding film, receptions, panels, and in-person filmmakers elevate the diverse perspectives, issues, and icons relevant to today’s LGBTQ+ community.

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Join the Denver Film Society this July at CinemaQ as we present the year’s best LGBTQ+ cinema from around the world and celebrate the organizations in our own communities whose tireless work supports Denver’s vibrant LGBTQ+ scene. At CinemaQ, outstanding film, receptions, panels, and in-person filmmakers elevate the diverse perspectives, issues, and icons relevant to today’s LGBTQ+ community.

Scream Queen! My Nightmare on Elm Street

Scream Queen! My Nightmare on Elm Street sets the records straight about the controversial sequel to A Nightmare on Elm Street, which ended Mark Patton’s acting career, just as it was about to begin.

Queering the Script

Queering the Script not only charts the evolution of queerness in pop culture but also demonstrates the extraordinary impact of activism on its many diverse fans, ensuring that they see themselves accurately portrayed onscreen.

Making Montgomery Clift

Classic film star and queer icon Montgomery Clift's legacy has long been a story of tragedy and self-destruction. But when his nephew dives into the family archives, a much more complicated picture emerges.

Socrates

After his mother's sudden death, Socrates, a 15-year-old living on the margins of São Paulo's coast, must survive on his own while coming to terms with his grief.

The Ice King

A searing documentary of a lost cultural icon and Olympian John Curry, a story of art, sport, sexuality, and rebellion.

Mouthpiece

Cassandra, who is portrayed by the two women, expresses the opposing voices that exist inside the modern woman's head, during a 48-hour period as she tries to organize the affairs for her mother's funeral.

End of the Century

Two men meet in Barcelona and after spending a day together they realize that they have already met twenty years ago.

CinemaQ Shorts

Sometimes good things come in small servings. CinemaQ presents our favorite short LGTB films of the past year. You might laugh or cry, but your attention span will not run out. Featuring a mix of styles, countries, and sexual identities, there’s a little something for everyone in these brief, yet proud tales.

Gay Chorus Deep South

In response to a wave of discriminatory anti-LGBTQ laws and the divisive 2016 election, the San Francisco Gay Men's Chorus embarks on a tour of the American Deep South.

Mom + Mom

Karole and Ali still don't know that the enthusiasm of their first attempt to be mothers will be followed by many vicissitudes, but when the desire becomes stronger than the pain and fatigue, miracles can happen.

Adam

Awkward teen Adam spends his last high school summer with his big sister, who throws herself into NYC's lesbian and trans activist scene. In this coming-of-age comedy, Adam and those around him encounter love, friendship and hard truths.

Nina

Nina, a teacher in her mid-30s struggling to have a child, looks for a surrogate mother. It would seem that with her husband, she has found an ideal candidate, yet Nina falls for the woman who could have given birth to her child.

Deep In Vogue

Deep In Vogue celebrates the colorful, queer, emotional and political stories of the UK's Northern Vogue and its people. Synonymous with the black, gay ballrooms of 1980s New York this documentary asks why we need Vogue in Manchester now more than ever.

Olivia

Nearly 70 years after its release, this lost French gem - directed by a woman as well - displays homosexual themes that were incredibly taboo for the times but - now handled with a gorgeous gloved hand - can finally be displayed in this new restoration.

Changing The Game

Michael Barnett’s dynamic documentary takes us into the lives of three high school athletes—all at different stages of their athletic seasons, personal lives, and unique paths as transgender teens.

Temblores

The coming out of an evangelical father shatters his family, his community and uncovers a profoundly repressive society.

Circus of Books

For over 35 years, the gay porn shop, Circus of Books, served as the epicenter for LGBT life and culture in Los Angeles. Unbeknownst to many in the community it served, the store was cultivated and cared for by its owners, Karen and Barry Mason; a straight couple with three children.

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