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11:00AM – THE PEZ OUTLAW
Steve Glew spent the 1990s smuggling rare pez dispensers into the USA from Eastern Europe, making millions of dollars. It was all magical until his arch-nemesis, The Pezident decided to destroy him.
Short: Time Cop: Justice Has a New Name
2:00PM – NO PLACE LIKE HOME: THE STRUGGLE AGAINST HATE IN KANSAS
No Place Like Home takes you on a tour of a deep red state, to meet people who have found themselves in a battle for LGBTQ rights in the most unlikely places.
Shorts: Scream, Death, by Koji, Love, Barbara
4:30PM – MAMA BEARS
Mama Bears is a feature-length documentary that explores the many ways in which the lives of conservative, Christian mothers are impacted and utterly transformed when they decide to affirm and advocate on behalf of their LGBTQ children. As members of a private Facebook group—which they call the “mama bears” because of the fierceness with which its members fight for their offspring’s rights—they offer one another support and understanding in the struggle to overcome the teachings of their evangelical churches. The film premiered at SXSW in March 2022 and is currently on the festival circuit.
7:00PM – STILL WORKING 9 TO 5
CLOSING NIGHT GALA
When the highest-grossing comedy, 9 to 5, starring Jane Fonda, Dolly Parton, Dabney Coleman, and Lily Tomlin, exploded on the cinema screens in 1980, the laughs hid a severe message about women in the office. Still, Working 9 to 5 explores why workplace inequality 40 years later is no longer a laughing matter.