Who's Afraid of Vagina Wolf? screens with F to 7th - Interchangeable.
Who's Afraid of Vagina Wolf? - WHO’S AFRAID OF VAGINA WOLF? is a meta-adaptation of the American classic film WHO’S AFRAID OF VIRGINIA WOLF? Lovably offbeat protagonist, Anna, who occasionally dons a bright pink costume fashioned after the female member (why not?) uses the production of a new film to facilitate the necessary changes in her career and flagging love life while reflecting on similar notions of failure, loss, and bitterness found within the plot themes of the classic play. An amalgam of dark humor and parody, this movie within a movie uncovers the many facets of desire and its adverse actions and effects. Starring lesbian icons Guinevere Turner (GO FISH, THE L WORD) and Janina Gavankar (THE L WORD, TRUE BLOOD), WHO’S AFRAID OF VAGINA WOLF? is sure to become a staple in queer popular cinema.
F to 7th - Interchangeable - Ingrid, alone and a little desperate, strikes up a (sort of) dirty gchat with her go-to hook-up, Ann.
About Polari Film Festival:
Polari Film Festival Program entertains our community through the exhibition and support of the best in recent LGBTQIA international, national, and regional films. The festival showcases features and shorts, in addition to mainstream, and avant-garde films. Festival events connect members of the community. Symposia and panels explore current political and social trends; and increasingly the festival serves as a venue for first-time filmmakers. Special shorts programs have focused on the issues faced by LGBTQI youth, immigration of LGBTQI people, gender identity and expression, adoption, marriage, military service, religion, racial identity, cultural issues, and hate crimes against LGBTQI-identified people.
The Polari Film Festival takes place this October 16–20, 2013 at local theaters in Austin, Texas. The festival features innovative programming expressing a continued dedication to inclusivity.
During the 5 days of the Film Festival over a hundred narrative, documentary, experimental and digital media works will screen. The selections are chosen from hundreds of submissions from all over the world, resulting in a juried and awarded program that is approximately 30% international.
For more info: http://www.polarifest.com