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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.
What happens to a mama’s boy when his mama dies? That’s the basic dilemma in the coming-of-age dramedy “Toast,” based on the childhood memoir of Britain’s beloved television chef Nigel Slater.
The film opens Friday, Oct. 28, for a one-week run at Landmark Midtown Art Cinema.
It’s obvious that the boy is gay from the outset, when nine-year-old Nigel (Oscar Kennedy) watches Josh (Matthew McNulty), the hunky gardener (and Nigel’s first crush), undress. It’s always there in the background but it’s not the point of the movie.