August 23rd marked the last day of the IFC Center’s summer Queer/Art/Film festival, a series of  truly unique cinematic productions from some of New York’s most talented queer artists. If you were too busy rooftop hoppin’ and bronzing on the beach to catch any of the festival’s flicks, fret not because autumn brings a whole new line up. BUTT (not to be confused with BUST) magazine editor Adam Baran and filmmaker Ira Sachs return to curate the fall series beginning September 13th and continuing through until December 13th.

            The IFC Center promises a series that is “intimate, provocative, inspiring and like nothing else out there”. Included on the bill is One Sings, the Other Doesn’t, a film written and directed by Agnès Varda about the growth and intimacy of a relationship between two very different women over the course of fifteen years. French-born Varda pulls images directly from her own experience as a witness to the birth of the Women’s Liberation movement here in the US, and paints a portrait of female solidarity at its most intimate moments.

 


           

  To learn more about the Queer/Art/Film series including a list of dates and times, visit the IFC Center’s website at IFCCenter.com.

 

  August 23rd marked the last day of the IFC Center’s summer Queer/Art/Film festival, a series of  truly unique cinematic productions from some of New York’s most talented queer artists. If you were too busy rooftop hoppin’ and bronzing on the beach to catch any of the festival’s flicks, fret not because autumn brings a whole new line up. BUTT (not to be confused with BUST) magazine editor Adam Baran and filmmaker Ira Sachs return to curate the fall series beginning September 13th and continuing through until December 13th.

            The IFC Center promises a series that is “intimate, provocative, inspiring and like nothing else out there”. Included on the bill is One Sings, the Other Doesn’t, a film written and directed by Agnès Varda about the growth and intimacy of a relationship between two very different women over the course of fifteen years. French-born Varda pulls images directly from her own experience as a witness to the birth of the Women’s Liberation movement here in the US, and paints a portrait of female solidarity at its most intimate moments.

 


           

  To learn more about the Queer/Art/Film series including a list of dates and times, visit the IFC Center’s website at IFCCenter.com.

 

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