Film: CLIP 19 - Monday, October 6

The 19th installment of CLIP (Tampa International Gay and Lesbian Film Festival) continues tonight with four separate selections. Tampa Theatre screens Wrangler: Anatomy of an Icon, a documentary about over-the-top porn star Jack Wrangler and his fame in both the gay and straight adult film industries (7 p.m.); and Saturn in Opposition, a drama by Italian-Turkish director Ferzan Ozpetek about a group of friends living and looking for happiness in Rome (9 p.m.). Across the bay at Muvico Baywalk, the fest presents black./womyn: conversations with lesbians of African descent, a doc featuring interviews with more than 50 American and Canadian women, including poet/author Cheryl Clarke, filmmaker Michelle Parkerson and author Fiona Zedde (7:30 p.m.); and The Amazing Truth About Queen Raquela, filmmaker Olaf de Fleur's drama that follows a transsexual from the Philippines who trades in prostitution for Internet porn so she can fulfill her dreams of moving to Paris. For more info, see this week's cover story. Oct. 6; CLIP continues through Oct. 12, Tampa Theatre, 711 Franklin St., downtown Tampa, and Muvico Baywalk Theatres, 151 Second Ave. N., downtown St. Petersburg. $9 per film general/$7 students (multi-film passes also available).


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