Here Are 10 Movies To Catch At The 2016 NewFest LGBT Film Festival
Starting Thursday, film fans will get an opportunity to experience many aspects of queer life around the world from the comfort of a Manhattan movie theater.
2016’s NewFest, New York’s annual LGBT film festival, begins Oct. 20 with what organizers are calling “the largest and most diverse group of films” in the event’s 28-year history. The five-day festival kicks off with this year’s most buzzed-about film, “The Pass,” which stars “Looking” heartthrob Russell Tovey as a closeted soccer player struggling to come to terms with his sexuality.
It doesn’t stop there, of course. The 2016 lineup also includes “Different From The Others,” a 1919 German film which is believed to have been the first overt depiction of gay life in cinema history. Other highlights include “Baby Bump,” an award-winning Polish movie that’s been billed as a “wild” cross between Walt Disney and David Lynch, and “Women Who Kill,” Ingrid Jungermann’s acclaimed lesbian horror-comedy.
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