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13th Annual Austin Gay & Lesbian International Film Festival

aGLIFF Schedule


The 13th Austin Gay and Lesbian International Film Festival takes place August 25-September 7. Advance tickets can be purchased by calling 505-0042 or at the aGLIFF Box Office in Dobie Mall (2025 Guadalupe, lower level). Tickets for same-day shows will be available at the venues during their business hours. Regular tickets are $7/$5 matinees ($6/$4 for aGLIFF members). The opening night film and party at the Paramount on Friday, August 25, is $25 ($20 members). For tickets call 505-0042; for more information visit www.agliff.org.

KEY:

A = Arbor Theatre, 10000 Research

D = Dobie Theatre, 2025 Guadalupe

P = Paramount Theatre, 713 Congress

DC = Dell Jewish Community Center


THU 8/24

Outdoor Screening at dusk, Fourth & Guadalupe

FRI 8/25

Sordid Lives 7:30, P

SAT 8/26

World of Wonder noon, A

A Luv Tale 2:15pm, A

Johnnie Greyeyes 5pm, A

Julie and Me 7pm, D

Lost in the Pershing Point Hotel 7:30pm, A

Sitcom 9:45pm, A

SUN 8/27

Paragraph 175 noon, DC

That's a Family 12:30pm, A

Out of the Closet and Into a Life 2:30pm, A

... But I Was a Girl 5pm, A

Sexual Healing 7pm, D

Swimming 7:30pm, A

Hot Pants/Sexy Shorts 9:45pm, A

MON 8/28

Survival Skills 5:45pm, A

FUNBOY3 7pm, D

Why Not Me? 7:30pm, A

TBA 9:30pm, A

Tue 8/29

Artistic License 5:15pm, A

Funny Grrls 7pm, D

Psycho Beach Party 7:30pm, A

101 Rent Boys 9:45pm, A

Wed 8/30

Muriel's Parents Have Had It Up to Here 5:45pm, A

Critic's Choice 7pm, D

The Journey of Jared Price 7:30pm, A

The Wolves of Kromer 9:45pm, A

THU 8/31

Two Brides and a Scalpel 5:30pm, A

Living With Pride: Ruth Ellis @ 100 7pm, D

Eban & Charley 7:30pm, A

Burlesk King 9:45pm, A

Fri 9/1

Explorations 5pm, A

Punks 7pm, A

I Can Relate to That 7pm, D

Lesbian Porn 101 9:30pm, A

Sat 9/2

The Brian Epstein Story noon, A

TBA 2:30pm, A

Going Global 5pm, A

Paragraph 175 7pm, D

Chutney Popcorn 7:30pm, A

Flaming Classics 9:30pm, A

Sun 9/3

We're Having a Baby noon, A

Get Your Stuff 2:15pm, A

Love Rollercoaster 4:45pm, A

Common Ground 7pm, A

Sexual Healing 7pm, D

Urbania 9:30pm, A

Mon 9/4

A Gay Branch on the Family Tree noon, A

Why Not Me? 2:30pm, A

The Many Colors of Coming Out 5pm, A

Loose Ends 7pm, D

Swallows 7:30pm, A

TBA 9:30pm, A

Tue 9/5

A Luv Tale 5pm, A

Changing Faces 7pm, D

If These Walls Could Talk 2 7:30pm, A

Muriel's Parents Have Had It Up to Here 9:30pm, A

Wed 9/6

Aimée & Jaguar 7pm, A

Passport 2000 7pm, D

Water Drops on Burning Rocks 9:45pm, A

Thu 9/7

Critic's Choice 7pm, D

The Eyes of Tammy Faye 7:30pm, A

No One Sleeps 9:30pm, A

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