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The Accident

Director Bruno Carboni’s debut feature is a shocking look at class conflicts and social media and was a festival favorite at the 26th Tallinn Black Nights Film Festival in Estonia. “A compelling moral maze.” –James Luxford, Dirty Movies

Sat, Apr 22 9:30 PM
Mon, Apr 24 5:00 PM
Wed, Apr 26 4:40 PM
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The Blue Caftan

The closeted homosexuality of a married tailor who falls for his apprentice in the medina of Salé makes for daring content; daring because same-sex sexual relationships are illegal in Morocco. This sensitive, humanist drama captured a critics’ award at Cannes as well as numerous audience awards during its festival travels.–Alissa Simon 

Mon, Apr 17 7:05 PM
Fri, Apr 21 1:00 PM
Mon, Apr 24 1:00 PM
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Blue Jean

In 1988, closeted gym teacher Jean lives in fear of Section 28, a clause of the Local Government Act prohibiting “the promotion of homosexuality” by local authorities across the United Kingdom. Her out-and-proud girlfriend fails to sympathize. Soon, a new girl at school catalyzes a crisis. Winner, Audience Award, Venice Days, Venice Film Festival –Alissa Simon

Thu, Apr 13 7:30 PM
Fri, Apr 21 9:55 PM
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Concerned Citizen

Architect Ben thinks of himself as a socially progressive, enlightened gay man. But an interaction with neighbors in his gritty south Tel Aviv neighborhood challenges his view of himself. A smartly crafted, multi-layered satire about racial privilege, xenophobia and identity. –Alissa Simon

Sun, Apr 16 5:10 PM
Tue, Apr 18 1:20 PM
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It's Only Life After All

MSPIFF42 Closing Film | Director Alexandria Bombach Attending.

Blending 40 years of home movies, raw film archive, and intimate present-day verité, a poignant reflection from Amy Ray & Emily Saliers of Indigo Girls – the iconic folk rock duo. A timely look into the obstacles, activism, and life lessons of two queer friends who never expected to make it big.

Thu, Apr 27 7:00 PM7:20 PM
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MSPIFF Encore Starts April 28 at The Main Cinema - Tickets Coming Soon Here

The first Pakistani film to appear in competition at Cannes, and winner of the Queer Palme, Joyland is Saim Sadiq’s delirious and romantic debut feature film. “Tartly funny and plungingly sad in equal measure, this is nuanced, humane queer filmmaking.” –Guy Lodge, Variety

Thu, Apr 13 4:20 PM
Fri, Apr 21 7:00 PM
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Kokomo City

This astonishing black-and-white documentary tells the incredible stories of four Black transgender sex workers in New York and Georgia. Two-time Grammy nominee D. Smith’s stunning directorial debut took Sundance by storm. “??A raucous compilation of charismatic storytellers gathered in the most lively way possible.” –Nick Allen,

Fri, Apr 14 9:45 PM
Wed, Apr 19 9:55 PM
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Acclaimed director Emanuele Crialese returns to the international festival circuit with his autobiographical coming-of-age story of a 12-year-old with gender dysphoria trying to navigate Rome in the 1970s, and a family coming apart at the seams. “A grand and vibrant work of art.” –Lena Wilson, The Wrap

Sun, Apr 16 5:20 PM
Thu, Apr 20 7:10 PM
Sat, Apr 22 7:10 PM
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Mini-Zlatan and Uncle Darling

Recommended ages 9+

Ella’s uncle Tommy is 100% her person, her one and only BFF. When Tommy’s new boyfriend Steve enters the picture, the young niece’s jealousy can’t be contained. This entertaining film is filled with physical comedy and heart-warming drama--a testament to beloved “guncles” and finding (and sharing) one’s favorite person. –Deb Girdwood

Fri, Apr 14 5:10 PM
Sun, Apr 23 1:15 PM
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Writer/director Andrea Pallaoro attending the 7:20pm screening on Sunday, April 16th at The Main Cinema.

Trace Lysette (Transparent) stars as Monica in an intimate portrait of a woman who returns home after a long absence to confront the wounds of her past. Reconnecting with her mother (Patricia Clarkson) and the rest of her family for the first time since leaving as a teenager, Monica embarks on a path of healing and acceptance.

Sun, Apr 16 7:20 PM
Thu, Apr 20 9:45 PM
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