Alaska is a Drag

Run Time:  88 minutes

Screening Time:
Saturday, April 14,  3:25 pm
Sunday, April 15,  2:35 pm

Directed by:  Shaz Bennett

Cast: Martin L. Washington Jr., Maya Washington, Matt Dallas, Christopher O'Shea, and Margaret Cho

Synopsis:  Tough, but diva fabulous, Leo, an aspiring superstar, and his twin sister are trapped working in a fish cannery in Alaska -- the monotony of fist fights and fish guts. But, they fight back. When a new boy moves to town and wants to be Leo's sparring partner, he has to face the real reason he's stuck in Alaska.

En Algun Lugar (A Place to Be) 

Run Time:  120 minutes

Screening Time:
Saturday April 14th,  5:50 pm
Sunday April 15th,  9:30 am

Directed by:  Tadeo Garcia

Cast:  Andrew L. Saenz, Nelson A. Rodriguez, Jessie Prez, Ian Tranberg, and Erica Cruz Hernandez

Synopsis: Abel and Diego fall deeply for each other. But Diego's been hiding a secret: he’s an undocumented immigrant. His repeated attempts to attain citizenship have led nowhere. When word reaches him that his mother is dying, Diego must risk a trip to Mexico, knowing he'll jeopardize his chances of returning and future with Abel.


Run Time: 95 minutes

Screening Times:
Friday, April 13 5:40pm
Saturday, April 14 8:25pm

Directed by: Melanie Mayron

Cast: Piper Laurie, Brooke Adams, Emily Baldoni, Brett Dier, Max Adler

Synopsis:  Love lost, love found, love betrayed. When Rose's secret past collides with her granddaughter's secret future and her daughter's angry present, can the love of three generations be enough to accept decades of deceit. What happens that summer of 1960? With the discovery of a simple roll of film it begins.


Susanne Bartsch: On Top

Run Time: 85 minutes

Screening Times:
Friday, April 13 11:25am
Sunday, April 15 12:10pm

Directed by: Anthony & Alex

Synopsis: Seamlessly mixing past and present, the film explores how Susanne Bartsch has influenced NYC culture and trailblazed her own singular trajectory through motherhood and aging, while ultimately struggling to come to terms with her legacy.