2016 Lone Star Film Festival: Short Block - LGBT Stories presented by QCinema

2016 Lone Star Film Festival: Short Block - LGBT Stories presented by QCinema at

Stories of empowerment, love, and heartbreak.

Out in Alabama

A captivating journey into the lives of LGBT members in Birmingham, Alabama--and a celebration of the friendships formed within Pride events.

My Big Fat Lesbian Bat Mitzvah
Fifty-eight year old Judy is having a bat mitzvah at her LGBT Jewish temple as a way to come out to her orthodox Jewish father, Joshua. Her anxious, self-centered ex-husband Milton and kind yet also self-centered daughter Ariel are on their way to support Judy, but obstacles keep arising not allowing them to get there. (Student Film)

Deana McGuffin is a third generation New Mexico boot maker, hand-crafting wearable pieces of art. When she is approached by a Canadian artist and a San Franciscan tattooer to create a gay themed cowboy boot, a story unravels of a unique collaboration that takes them to the heart of cowboy country in Northern Texas. BOOTWMN is a heart-warming, intimate and at times funny portrait of the queering of a traditional art form.

This is a Mistake
Elizabeth and Tipper are supposed to be broken up, but for Elizabeth it's hard to just be friends with the person that she loves.

Besides That, Life is Grand
Zoé and Léo are best friends, French twenty-somethings living in London. They work together, they party together, they do everything together. They both like men. Except that the man Zoé likes is Léo. (Student Film)

In a neighbourhood rife with racial tension, a local girl falls for a recent arrival.

Q&A Following with Filmmakers in Attendance
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