Forbidden will be heading west in August, this time to Hawaii for the Honolulu Rainbow Film Festival! We are honored to be included in the lineup for the festival’s 28th season! The festival runs August 10-19 but stay tuned for details about screening date and time.
We are thrilled to announce that Forbidden will have it’s first international premiere this summer in Kosovo at PriFest! This is a fitting festival for us, the feature film festival holds a competition program for Documentary films promoting “documentaries from around the world that revolve around subjects related to human rights.” Sounds like…Read More
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!
Forbidden is now available for educational use at colleges and universities!... Read More
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…Read More
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…Read More
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!
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…Read More
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!
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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…Read More