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Denver Film's LGBTQ+ CinemaQ Film Festival returns on August 26-29

Stephanie Graham

DENVER, CO - Denver Film presents The CinemaQ Film Festival, a celebration of the best in LBTQ+ films and documentaries from across the globe. This year, the festival takes place on August 26-29, featuring new movies, filmmakers, and many more.

The goal of the CinemaQ Film Festival has been the same and simple, which is to raise awareness and give a voice to the queer community using film as the main medium. New visions of experiences, interests, issues, and beyond will be showcased. The CinemaQ Film Festival also aims to share these themes with the large public and moviegoers.

The festival's opening night will feature an in-person screening of My Name is Pauli Murray. It tells the story of Pauli Murray, a non-binary Black lawyer, activist, and poet. Murray has influenced some well-known names, including Ruth Bader Ginsburg and Thurgood Marshall.

This film is the only selection with in-person screening. Come to Sie Film Center, 2510 East Colfax Avenue, on August 26 at 7 watch it. Purchase the ticket here.

For those who are unavailable to attend the in-person screening, check out the virtual screening, alongside the other eleven selected films. Click here to see the list of the featured films, watch the trailer, and purchase the tickets for virtual screening. An all-access pass is also available.

The festival is supported by Elevate Yoga,, Lesbian Couples Institute, and Secondact Women. The Consulate of Canada in Denver has also expressed the support for the selected Canadian films in the festival.

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