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ImageOut: The Rochester LGBT Film Festival 2018

ASL Interpreted

These programs have had ASL interpretation requested.

  1. Program 06: Pulse

    Stevie Cruz-Martin / ASL Interpreted, ImageOut There! Series, Narrative Feature, Saturday, Oct. 6 / Australia / 2016 / 84 mins
    If you had the chance to transplant your mind into a new body, would you? What if you could make yourself more desirable to the boys at school? What if you could change genders?
    Program 06: Pulse

    Dryden Theatre (George Eastman House)
    October 6, 2018 4:15 pm Buy Tickets

  2. Program 09: The Cakemaker

    Ofir Raul Graizer / ASL Interpreted, Subtitled, Narrative Feature, Saturday, Oct. 6 / Germany, Israel / 2017 / 113 mins
    Shy Berlin baker Thomas (Tim Kalkhof) doesn’t take much notice when Oren (Roy Miller) first sets foot inside his café. But as Oren, an Israeli city planner in town on business, strikes up a conversation, the two hit it off and one thing rather quickly leads to another.
    Program 09: The Cakemaker

    Dryden Theatre (George Eastman House)
    October 6, 2018 6:45 pm Buy Tickets

  3. Program 14: You Should Meet My Son 2!

    Keith Hartman / ASL Interpreted, Narrative Feature, Special Guests, Sunday, Oct. 7 / USA / 2018 / 76 mins
    Eight years ago, ImageOut audiences met Brian, a total catch who somehow was still single. His mother, Mae, and Aunt Rose tried to play matchmaker, but each attempt was, in Mae’s words, “a swing and a miss.” Things changed once Mae and Rose realized Brian batted for the other team. Following a trip to the local gay bar, and with the assistance of the Lady Fantasia Extravaganza, Brian found love with Chase.

    Preceded by: Matter and Manner

    Program 14: You Should Meet My Son 2!

    Little Theatre 1
    October 7, 2018 2:45 pm Buy Tickets

  4. Program 20: Studio 54

    Matt Tyrnauer / ASL Interpreted, Documentary Feature, Monday, Oct. 8 / USA / 2018 / 98 mins
    Everyone is familiar with the glitz and glamour of Studio 54. We’ve seen photos of the crowds, the celebrities, and the unequaled decadence. Many are even familiar with its flamboyant front man, co-owner Steve Rubell. But until now, no one has heard the whole story. For the first time, the brains behind the operation, co-owner Ian Schrager, breaks his silence and gives us the rest of the story. Buckle up for a crazy ride as we learn how two Jewish guys from Brooklyn, barely 30 years old, reached an unprecedented level of success followed by a spectacular crash back to earth.
    Program 20: Studio 54

    Little Theatre 1
    October 8, 2018 6:00 pm Buy Tickets

  5. Program 21: A Moment In The Reeds

    Mikko Makela / ASL Interpreted, Subtitled, Narrative Feature, Monday, Oct. 8 / Finland, UK / 2017 / 104 mins
    Returning home to Finland after studying literature at grad school in Paris, Leevi finds himself back in a country he was more than happy to leave behind. But he’s agreed to help with renovations on his family’s lakeside cottage before his father Juoko (Mika Melender) prepares to sell it. Knowing Leevi’s not much for manual labor, his father has taken the liberty of hiring some additional help.
    Program 21: A Moment In The Reeds

    Little Theatre 1
    October 8, 2018 8:45 pm Buy Tickets

  6. Program 22: 1985

    Yen Tan / ASL Interpreted, Narrative Feature, Tuesday, Oct. 9 / USA / 2018 / 85 mins
    Adrian, a gay man in his twenties, is returning home to spend Christmas 1985 with his family in Fort Worth, Texas. He lives openly in New York, but is not out to anyone back home, making the time spent with his ultra-conservative family particularly onerous.
    Program 22: 1985

    Little Theatre 1
    October 9, 2018 6:00 pm Buy Tickets

  7. Program 25: Riot

    Jeffrey Walker / ASL Interpreted, Narrative Feature, Wednesday, Oct. 10 / Australia / 2018 / 105 mins
    As many people know, the modern gay pride parade has its roots in protest marches of the 1970s. Throughout the 70s, the queer community in cities around the world would hold solidarity marches to mark the anniversary of the Stonewall Riots. These marches only started becoming festive events after the community in Sydney, Australia decided to turn their march into a “gay Mardi Gras” in 1978. But what most people don’t know is the incredible price this first group of revelers would have to pay. Riot is their story.
    Program 25: Riot

    Little Theatre 1
    October 10, 2018 6:00 pm Buy Tickets

  8. Program 26: Mapplethorpe

    Ondi Timoner / ASL Interpreted, Narrative Feature, Wednesday, Oct. 10 / USA / 2018 / 102 mins
    Anchored by a brilliant performance from Matt Smith (Doctor Who and The Crown), Mapplethorpe chronicles the life of iconoclastic queer artist Robert Mapplethorpe through the height of his career, sadly cut short by his death from AIDS-related complications in 1989 at the age of 42.
    Program 26: Mapplethorpe

    Little Theatre 1
    October 10, 2018 8:45 pm Buy Tickets

  9. Program 28: CrazySexyCool

    Little Theatre 1
    October 11, 2018 7:45 pm Buy Tickets

  10. Program 34: TransMilitary

    Gabriel Silverman and Fiona Dawson / ASL Interpreted, Next Generation Series, Documentary Feature, Saturday, Oct. 13 / USA / 2018 / 93 mins
    While tackling one of the more sadly relevant topics in today’s headlines, TransMilitary offers a plainspoken, gut-level examination of the current administration’s repeated attempts to ban all transgender troops from the U.S. Military. Gabriel Silverman and Fiona Dawson direct this eye-opening documentary that follows four diverse members from the U.S. Armed Forces as they make the case – and risk their careers – to promote a trans-inclusive policy during the waning years of the Obama Presidency and later amidst efforts by the 45th president’s administration to abolish all trace of transgender service members.
    Program 34: TransMilitary

    Dryden Theatre (George Eastman House)
    October 13, 2018 1:45 pm Buy Tickets