Roof opens 7:30P, Films at 8:30P. Tickets at the door, suggested ticket price, $5–10.
Come early and enjoy the sunset on the roof deck before the film. Meet our community partner organizations and learn how you can get involved.
Food and drink available for cash purchase from Royal Blue Grocery, picnics welcome!
Jim Hodges’s sculpture With Liberty and Justice for All (A Work in Progress) is a pledge, a call to action, and a platform for dialogue. Join us we consider this public art in the context of films about intersectional LGBTQ themes.
Two closeted Muslim teens hawk goods across Brooklyn and struggle to come to terms with their sexuality, as their secretive behavior leads them unknowingly into the crosshairs of the War on Terror. Intimate and meditative, Naz & Maalik examines the mysterious forces that animate teenage minds. (Directed by Jay Dockendorf, 2015, 86 min.)
Film introduction by Chale Nafus, retired director of programming, Austin Film Society, 12 years; retired professor and department head, Radio-Television-Film, Austin Community College, 25 years.
May 11: Two Spirits
May 18: Crossing Over: Stories of Immigration and Identity
May 25: The Watermelon Woman