The buildings design is beautiful. Makes you feel like in a different time in the past. The seats are not the most comfortable but as long as the event is shorter than 2 hours it's fine. We had an opportunity on Friday to take a tour of the Tampa Theatre. Although we have attended several performances there, we did not have any idea of it's history.
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The primary venue is the Tampa Theater, but several other cinemas in or near the downtown area and in St Petersburg simultaneously host the event as well. While most of the films focus on homosexual themes, some films explore other areas of human sexuality including transgender issues and gender roles. Started in as a 3 day extension of Tampa's gay pride celebrations, the festival grew to become one of the largest gay and lesbian film festivals in the United States and is now one of the 10 largest in the U. After the festival, the festival's core team of volunteers organized themselves as the Friends of the Festival, Inc. Friends of the Festival now produces year-round programming, which includes a Film Series from January through August, year-round outreach screenings, and the Tampa International Gay and Lesbian Film Festival in October.
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It will feature over 63 films from 17 countries, and showcase major names like Molly Shannon, Matt Smith and Paul Rudd. The festival's mission is to entertain, enlighten and empower their audience by showcasing films by, for, or about LGBTQ people. The films will highlight artistic, social and political changes that impact the community. Mohr, said for some people this is the only time of the year they get to celebrate the community. Mohr has heard of many people who have met their spouses and formed long-term friendships at the festival over the years.
More than 90 films, both documentary and fiction, from 17 countries including India, Germany, Mexico, Italy and the United States will be displayed at the historic Tampa Theatre from Oct. Festival tickets and passes are available here. TIGLFF kicks off with a screening of Sell By , an ensemble comedy about navigating a loving but boring relationship, and continues with films of every genre — drama, horror, sports, documentary — that explore LGBTQ identity, community and history all over the world. Directors, producers and cast members of various films will be in attendance, and community and panel discussions will follow selected films.