"The Indianapolis LGBT Film Festival returns for its seventh year Nov. 9-11 with 29 films from six countries around the globe. Sponsored in part by AT&T Pioneers and Expo Design, the festival benefits the Indiana Youth Group, a nonprofit celebrating its 20th year of serving the needs of Central Indiana’s LGBT youth.
This year’s festival kicks off on Nov. 9 with a screening of Itty Bitty Titty Committee at Landmark’s Keystone Art Cinema & Indie Lounge. The film is an all-girl production led by director Jamie Babbit (But I’m a Cheerleader). After the premiere, festival-goers can head over to Agio Restaurant for the after-party featuring a complimentary cocktail menu and hors d’ouvres.
The festival continues on Saturday with a lineup that includes everything from shorts that celebrate youth, to documentaries that explore gender issues, to an electrifying science fiction feature from director Sean Abley, as well as this year’s centerpiece films, which will be screened back-to-back.
Sunday features a panel of documentaries and Human Rights Campaign selections. The festival concludes Sunday night with a closing party at Talbott Street SkyBar featuring a complimentary dessert bar.
Advance tickets are available at the festival Web site, Out Word Bound Bookstore, Talbott Street and the downtown and Broad Ripple Luna Music stores. For more information, go to www.indylgbtfilmfest.com.
See www.nuvo.net for more details about this event.