By Michael Hamad
12:15 PM EDT, May 28, 2013
For its 26th spin around the projector, the Connecticut Gay & Lesbian Film Festival spreads out among some of the area's best movie-viewing locations, including Trinity College's Cinestudio (the site of most of the screenings), Real Art Ways, Spotlight Theatres on Front Street and the CT Science Center. They've also tweaked the schedule a bit, with shorter Mon.-Tues. night programming and a whole night of women's short films. The films themselves, from all over the worlds, are as solid as ever; check out Polish director Malgorzata Szumowska's In the Name Of (Fri., 9 p.m. at Real Art Ways, following the GAZE happy hour). Or head to see The Go Doc Project (pictured, Sat., 7:30 p.m. at Spotlight Theatres, Front Street) by American filmmaker Cory James Krueckeberg, about a newly minted college grad faking a documentary project about a go-go dancer, for love.
26th Connecticut Gay & Lesbian Film Festival: Change is in the Air
May 31-June 8, various area locations; check OutFilmCT.org for schedule.
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