Everyone needs some excitement and diversity in their lives. This weekend you have the opportunity to catch a film festival that only rolls into town once a year. This weekend the Palm Spring Cultural Center brings you the 8th edition of Cinema Diverse: The Palm Springs Gay & Lesbian Film Festival!
At reasonable prices, with interesting topics and a fun crowd… this film festival is one not to be missed. So put some diversity into your schedule and check it out!!
All Access Pass: $159.00
Festival Screenings = $13.00
To purchase your tickets in-person, visit:
Camelot Theatres Box Office
(Daily 11:30 AM – 8:00 PM)
2300 E. Baristo Road,
Palm Springs, CA, 92262,
Box Office: 760-325-6565
Order online: Camelottickets.com
Cinema Diverse: The Palm Springs Gay & Lesbian Film Festival is presented by the Palm Springs Cultural Center, a non-profit 501(c)(3) organization.
THURSDAY, SEPTEMBER 17, 2015
Theatre One: 7:30pm
EISENSTEIN IN GUANAJUATO – 105min.
FRIDAY, SEPTEMBER 18, 2015
11:00am || Theatre One
WHEN MOM VISITS – 18:25min. Having found a new life in America, VIC LEE seems to have all she ever wanted. Then her mother arrives from Taiwan. To Mum (Love, Me) – 16:57min. A mother and her lesbian daughter live together in traditional Singapore. The L Market – 5:30min. Maxine Pao is a Chinese woman whose parents try to find her a spouse at the Chinese Love Market. Mom Too – 13:20min. A courageous young boy with two mothers struggles to find a way through everyday life. Paper Thin – 20min. 17 year old Mina’s parents decide to try to change her sexual orientation.
11:15am || Theatre Two
Closets 18:47min. A time travel sci-fi focussing on youth issues (LGBT, Bullying and Self Harm)Better Man – 8:30min. Eli must choose between expectation and possibility. Dive – 12min. On the eve of his title fight, Kit ‘Lightsout’ Sterling is blackmailed into taking a dive. The Last Girl – 13min. Life is not the same after a holiday with Jesper.Paris! Not Love – 5:16min. Russia is a very powerful country with the power to kill. If You Could Only Be You – 17:30min. A coming-of age story about a young man and his father. Don’t Bring Scott – 29min.David’s parents celebrate their 46th wedding anniversary, but disinvite his partner.
11:30am || Theatre Three
Perpetual – 26min. An unconventional love story. Scotty & Josh Get Enlightened – 14:30min. After a passionate night, Scotty & Josh discover some differences. Barrio Boy – 8min. A Latino barber secretly falls in love with a handsome Irish stranger. Goodbye, Charlie – 6 min.Letting go isn’t easy, whether you’re dead or alive. Pepper – 7:15min.Three women wake up after an evening of sexual fantasies…
1:15pm || Theatre One
WE DO reveals the stories of three LGBT couples, their journeys for legal recognition of their relationships and the impact that the pursuit of marriage equality has on their lives.
Many more films, click the site to see ’em all.
To get the entire film festival schedule/description/location and dates, CLICK HERE!
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