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Human Rights Campaign Greater Washington, DC Steering Committee
1640 Rhode Island Ave NW, Washington, District of Columbia 20036
Reel Affirmations XTRA: Our Monthly LGBTQ Film Series
George Mason University's LGBTQ Resources and Film and Video Studies presents Q-MASON, a selection of films from the Film and Video Studies program telling LGBTQ stories.
The Short Films to be screened are:
Visual Scar by Sami Ahmed. An experimental narrative about Kirkoo’s feelings after his breakup with his boyfriend, Tahar.
Cope by Alisa Posey. A short narrative electronic music video about the struggles of a high school girls with anxiety and depression featuring new music by the filmmaker.
Both by Michael Rose. A comedic short film about a young woman named Bryn who attends a house party to prove to her ex that she is over their relationship.
Right Man, Wrong Time by Haven Houston. Date someone older than yourself. It is one of the best mistakes you will ever make.
Disregarded by Edwin Hernandez. Blake, a seemingly ordinary college freshman, tries to live up to the expectations of his peers, grappling with staying comfortably in the closet or stepping out and potentially losing everything he's ever known.
Gone by Hannah Looney. The music of artist Aylive is highlighted with this modern twist on Bonnie and Clyde.
Tea Party by Michael Kamel. A teenage boy invites his friend over to finish some homework after school, but they end up having a life-changing tea party instead.
Mint Green by Chloe Sanders. A lighthearted and comedic take on friendship, faith, and finally being able to get the words, well, out.
Cling Wrap by Kyle Finnegan. Clingwrap follows Michael as his mother is coming to the end of her battle with a terminal illness.
Happy Moments by Erblin Nushi. A brother’s return brings division, not comfort, to a mother and younger son.
Grace the Ghost by Jordon Jones. A recently heartbroken man finds out that he is being haunted by a not-so-ordinary ghost.