QCINEMA Presents Q18, Fort Worth’s 18th Annual International LGBT Film Festival, screening films for three days, November 10 to 12, at the Fort Worth Community Arts Center
Q Cinema Fort Worth International LGBT Film Festival
NAME OF FESTIVAL: Q Cinema Fort Worth International LGBT Film Festival
WHERE: Fort Worth, Texas
ABOUT THE FESTIVAL
QCinema is Fort Worth's source for the best in gay and lesbian film. Founded in 1998 by Shawn Moore and Todd Camp, QCinema’s early origins included occasional community screenings and a film discussion group at Texas Christian University before Moore suggested that it be expanded into a full-fledged, four-day festival in July of 1999.
Q Cinema, Fort Worth’s Gay & Lesbian International Film Festival Unveils 2014 Lineup; Opens with Romantic Comedy “The 10 Year Plan”
Q Cinema, Fort Worth’s Gay & Lesbian International Film Festival and one of the longest running Gay & Lesbian Film Festivals in the country released the line-up for the 16th film festival, Q Cinema’s Sweet Sixteen, October 9 through 12 at Fort Worth’s own Rose Marine Theater. The Opening Night Centerpiece is The 10 Year Plan directed by JC Calciano, described as a classic romantic comedy that tells the story of Myles and Brody – two friends who make a pact to be together if neither finds love in ten years’ time. The Closing Night Centerpiece is the Southwest Premier of My Guys that follows Georgette(Kendall Savage), a 29 year-old, full-figured waitress who has not one, but four BFFs who happen to be gay men.
The producers of Q Cinema, Fort Worth’s Gay & Lesbian International Film Festival announced the winners of their annual Q Awards, including the $500 Shawn A. Moore Award for Texas filmmakers and the $500 Dallas Voice Audience Choice Award. The four-day festival – held June 3-6 at the historic Rose Marine Theater – featured more than 25 films, including World, Southwest and Texas premieres, along with appearances by several filmmakers, including Violet Tendencies writer/star Jesse Archer […]