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North Louisiana Gay & Lesbian Film Festival
September 8-14


Reception MEET & GREET
6 PM, Saturday, September 9


The NLGLFF reception will be held at Robinson Film Center. Meet celebrity guests Emerson Collins, Blake McIver Ewing, and Ann Walker, stars of Del Shores’ A Very Sordid Wedding, and Moises Serrano, subject of the documentary Forbidden: Undocumented and Queer in Rural America. A screening of A Very Sordid Wedding will follow the reception with a Q&A with Collins, Ewing, and Walker. Tickets for this special screening will be available at

Join us for A Very Sordid Brunch Sunday, September 10 from 10:30 a.m. to 2:30 p.m. It’s the perfect spot to fuel up before either the 12:45 p.m. screening of A Very Sordid Wedding or the 3 p.m. screening of Forbidden. Be sure to try one of our Very Sordid Wedding Cake Martinis!

Festival Pass
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About the festival & PACE
The mission of the North Louisiana Gay & Lesbian Film Festival is to recognize the important contributions that LGBT people have made to our culture; to educate the general population and raise awareness of LGBT concerns, as well as effect change in the political arena; and to investigate the history of LGBT people in film, including the stereotyping that has been a major part of this history and to counteract this stereotyping with valid, meaningful and diverse portrayals of LGBT people. 

The festival is presented by PACE, a nonpartisan organization that works to advance equality in Northwest Louisiana so that the Lesbian, Gay, Bisexual and Transgender (LGBT) community can lead open, honest, responsible and safe lives at home and in the workplace.

For more information about PACE, please visit and find us on Facebook at For more information about the film festival, please visit