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Forbidden screens at Rutgers University April 12
Forbidden has two screenings on Wednesday, April 12! The first will be at 5:00 p.m. at Rutgers University in New Jersey presented by The Center for Race and Ethnicity. We are very excited to have a rich conversation with students studying racial politics at Rutgers. Heather Mathews will be there for a Q&A following the screening. Get there early, pizza will be served before the screening! See next event posting for the 7:00 p.m. screening at Newfest in NYC with Moises…Find out more »
Forbidden returns to Newfest, screens at The Center April 12!
Forbidden has two screenings on Wednesday, April 12! If you missed the screening at Rutgers at 5:00 in New Brunswick, you can hop over to NYC to see it again! Forbidden will screen at Newfest at The Center at 7:00 p.m. We are thrilled to be returning to the Outfest family by doing a screening, talkback, and reception with Newfest at The Center, the heart and home of the LGBT community. Moises Serrano will be there for the event! NYC peeps, please share…Find out more »
Forbidden screens at VCU April 13!
It's a full week for the Forbidden team! We are excited to visit Richmond, VA on Thursday, April 13 for a screening and Q&A at Virginia Commonwealth University sponsored by VCU Libraries, in collaboration with the VCU Division for Inclusive Excellence. Heather Mathews and Tiffany Rhynard will be there for the event! https://www.library.vcu.edu/about/events/2016-17/forbidden-doc.htmlFind out more »
Forbidden screens at MiFo in Miami!
We are very excited to be returning to south Florida for another MiFo screening on Saturday April 22! We screened at MiFo in Fort Lauderdale in the fall and had a fabulous time at the festival. We also received the runner up for Best Documentary audience award! Maybe this year we will take home the grand prize 😉 Moises will be in attendance for the screening and Q&A! Should be a grand time!Find out more »
Forbidden gets second screening at Appalachian Queer Film Festival!
Audiences in West Virginia will get another opportunity to see Forbidden when the Appalachian Queer Film Festival heads to Marshall University. The film festival is teaming up with the university's Sexuality Studies and Film Studies programs for the event. Heather Mathews will be there for the screening and Q&A! Check out the write up in Huntington Herald Dispatch and the Facebook event!Find out more »
LGBTQ Community for Racial Justice presents Forbidden screening
We are excited to partner with the LGBTQ Community for Racial Justice and Chronogram for a screening of Forbidden in Poughkeepsie, NY on Friday, April 28 at 6:00 p.m. Moises will be there for a Q&A following the screening. The event is sponsored by a host of Hudson Valley organizations, it should be a robust conversation with this very active and engaged community! Check out Chronogram! Check out the Event site! Get tickets here!Find out more »
NYC here we come again! Forbidden screens at City College of NY!
Forbidden will screen again in NYC at The City College of New York on May 4 at 12:30 p.m. sponsored by the Anthropology Student Association. Moises will be there for the screening at Q&A afterwards!Find out more »
FuerzaFest LGBTQ & Latino Festival May 10!
We are very excited that Forbidden will be the opening film for FuerzaFest LGBTQ + Latino Festival! This multi-media festival is a celebration of Latino LGBTQ culture and offers a space for conversation and awareness around social issues. Forbidden feels like a perfect fit! All screenings are free and open to the public! The festival runs May 10-21 in NYC.Find out more »
Forbidden at Define American Film Festival!
We are honored that Forbidden was invited to screen at Jose Antonio Vargas' Define American Film Festival in Charlotte, NC. Founded by Vargas in 2011, Define American is an incredible organization working to shift the narrative surrounding immigrants and identify in a rapidly changing country. Forbidden will be one of six films shown at the festival. In addition to the screenings, the festival is full of stimulating panels discussions with revolutionaries Dolores Huerta and Melissa Harris-Perry among others. Check out the website…Find out more »
OUT HERE NOW Kansas City LGBT Film Festival!
We are excited to kick off the summer with a screening in Kansas City at the OUT HERE NOW festival on June 24 at 11:00 a.m. We wish we could be there in person, but those in attendance can expect a Skype Q&A after the screening with Moises! https://www.outherenow.com/forbiddenFind out more »