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Fall promises plenty of LGBT film fare

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Films document decades of LGBT equality fight

Married and Counting 

It’s not billed as the Stonewall Film Festival, but Stonewall Month events include screenings on two consecutive nights, June 11 and 12, of documentaries that essentially bookend the ongoing story of the fight for LGBT equality.

Both films are set for 7 p.m. at the Landmark Midtown Art Cinemas.

“On These Shoulders We Stand,” screening June 11, has evolved from Glenne McElhinney’s oral history project, Impact Stories: California’s LGBT History, for which she’s been traveling the Golden State interviewing LGBT pio-queers, now in their 70s and 80s.