The Gay Alliance is proud to be a partner of the Summer of Solidarity Film Series at the Dryden Theatre at the George Eastman Museum. In solidarity with the victims of the atrocity in Orlando and with the entire LGBTQ community, the Dryden Theatre at the George Eastman Museum presents seven landmark films dealing with LGBTQ themes. Admission to all screenings is free. This film series is organized by the George Eastman Museum in partnership with the Gay Alliance of the Genesee Valley, ImageOut: The Rochester LGBT Film Festival, and The MOCHA Center / Trillium Health. All of the films are from the George Eastman Museum archives. Generously sponsored by Trillium Health.

FREE film series
Seven Sundays at 7 p.m.
The Dryden Theatre at the George Eastman Museum

Click here for more information and the description of the featured films.

 

Cabaret (Bob Fosse, US 1972, 122 min., 35mm)
Sunday, June 19 at 7pm

Cabaret (1972) Directed by Bob Fosse Shown from left: Joel Grey, Liza Minnelli

 

Girls in Uniform (Mädchen in Uniform, Leontine Sagan, Carl Froelich, Germany 1931, 85 min., 35mm, German w/subtitles)
Sunday, June 26 at 7pm

SOS Madchen in Uniform 3_1

 

Victim (Basil Dearden, UK 1961, 90 min., 35mm)
Sunday, July 24 at 7pm

SOS Victim T-28-88_0

 

Death in Venice (Morte a Venezia, Luchino Visconti, Italy/France 1971, 130 min., 35mm, in English)
Sunday, August 7 at 7pm

Death in Venice (1971) aka Morte a Venezia Directed by Luchino Visconti Shown: Bjørn Andresen (as Tadzio), Dirk Bogarde (as Gustav von Aschenbach)

 

Maurice (James Ivory, UK 1987, 140 min., 35mm)
Sunday, August 14 at 7pm

SOS Maurice 3_0

 

The Crying Game (Neil Jordan, UK/Japan 1992, 112 min., 35mm)
Sunday, August 21 at 7pm

SOS Crying Game SL-1_0

 

Farewell, My Concubine (Ba wang bie ji, Chen Kaige, China/Hong Kong 1993, 157 min., 35mm, Mandarin w/subtitles)
Sunday, August 28 at 7pm

SOS Farewell My Concubine SL-1_1