The 33rd Tampa Bay International Gay & Lesbian Film Festival runs now through next weekend

TGLIFF happens in five theaters on both sides of the Bay.

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Photo via Tampa Bay International Gay & Lesbian Film Festival/Facebook
Tampa Bay International Gay & Lesbian Film Festival
Tampa Bay’s longest running LGBTQIA+ film festival is back for a week of film experiences.

Tampa Bay International Gay & Lesbian Film Festival (TGLIFF)—which starts today and runs through Oct. 16—is hosting its 33rd annual event, complete with a packed schedule of films, videos and events.

Tampa Bay International Gay & Lesbian Film Festival films are shown across five venues on both sides of the Bay.
  • AMC Sundial 151 2nd Ave N, St. Petersburg
  • Florida Museum of Photographic Arts 400 N Ashley Dr., Tampa
  • Green Light Cinema 221 2nd Ave. N, St. Petersburg
  • Postcard Inn 6300 Gulf Blvd., St. Pete Beach
  • Tampa Theatre 711 N Franklin St., Tampa
Tickets for TGLIFF are available now and start at $15 for single film passes. The festival also offers value packages, including a quad feature pass for $45, full festival pass for $160 and a director’s cut total access pass for $250, which includes access to parties, select free cocktails, private online access to all films and more. Virtual viewing options are also available.

Films on schedule for this year include narrative feature “Thanks to Her,” “Youtopia,” “The Sixth Reel,” “Lonesome,” “The Butterfly Queen” and more. Special event nights include a Ladies’ Spotlight and Film Party, a night of documentary shorts and a livestream of queer comedy.

The complete film schedule is available here.

Since its inception more than three decades ago, Tampa Bay International Gay & Lesbian Film Festival has showcased thousands of films to Tampa Bay’s LGBTQIA+ communities. What started as an extension to Tampa’s Pride is now an annual commitment to the accessibility of LGBTQIA+ art.
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