In celebration of LGBTQ History Month, Fairfield University presents a series dedicated to Lesbian, Gay, Bisexual, Transgender, and Queer/Questioning (LGBTQ) experiences through film on three consecutive Tuesdays in October. All films are free and open to the general public. Light refreshments will be served and all screenings will take place in the DiMenna-Nyselius Library Multimedia Auditorium on the lower level of the library. These films are First Year Experience (FYE) approved events.
Brother to Brother – Tuesday, October 11 at 7 p.m.
Anthony Mackie’s (The Hurt Locker) break-out performance as a young gay African-American art student in NYC who befriends Harlem Renaissance legend, Richard Bruce Nugent. This film tackles race, sexuality, and the intersection of the two in urban black gay male culture. A truly amazing indy film with a great cast including several roles by actors from the television series, The Wire. Modern day collides with the Harlem Renaissance in a perfect way. A must-see.
For more information, please contact Philip Bahr, Reference & Media Librarian, at (203) 254-4206 or e-mail email@example.com.
LGBTQ History Month events are sponsored by The Humanities Institute of the College of Arts and Sciences, Office of Student Diversity Programs, The Program in Women’s Studies, Alliance student group, Department of Athletics, Office of Residence Life, Office of Mission & Identity, Department of Communication, Office of New Student Programs, Department of English, Creative Life Residential College, Service for Justice Residential College, and the Fairfield University LGBT Alumni.