AUGUST 22-25, 2018


About the Festival


The Pensacola LGBTQ Film Festival began in 2012 as a conduit to provide a vibrant and educational experience to the Gulf Coast region, specifically Pensacola, Florida. This festival focuses on lesbian, gay, bisexual, and transgender issues, with a goal of expanding the region’s diversity and acceptance of diverse identities. This mission is driven primarily by an annual film festival featuring short and feature-length documentaries and fiction films with LGBTQ themes and / or directors and actors.

The Pensacola LGBTQ Film Festival highlights the artistic contributions both nationally and internationally of lesbian, gay, bisexual, and transgender (LGBTQ) films and filmmakers. The unique ability of film to transcend stereotypes and relate to the viewer opens the door to a dialogue about the LGBTQ experience, building a stronger and more open Pensacola.

Thank you to our 2017 Rainbow Warrior and Emma Jones Society Sponsors!

 
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Pensacola Little Theatre's mission is to entertain and educate Northwest Florida’s residents and visitors by offering a complete theatrical experience. Through volunteer opportunities, outreach programs, classes and performances, PLT is committed to inspire and challenge artists and audiences with diverse and stimulating programs of the highest standard of excellence.
 

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Contact


Address PO Box 12875, Pensacola, FL 32591

Phone (850) 696-7348

Email outreach@stampedfilmfest.com


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