Arts & Entertainment

Mill Valley Film Festival Will Include Several LGBTQI Films

The MIll Valley Film Festival (MVFF) is pleased to screen the following LGBTQI-themed films as part of the 41st edition of the festival which returns October 4-14, 2018. ALIFU THE PRINCE/SS The struggle between upholding tradition and moving forward in the modern world is beautifully depicted in this heartfelt tale of the only son of an indigenous(…)

September Happenings at Occidental Center for the Arts

September 1 – 30 Pointless Sisters’ Art Quilts Opening Reception: Sun, September 2nd, 2-5 pm The Pointless Sisters are a group of local quilters who use a variety of traditional and non-traditional quilting techniques to produce unique, interesting, and innovative fiber arts. This year the Pointless Sisters display their newest contemporary quilts including responses to(…)

Revry Launches New App with Original LGBTQ Content

Enjoy LGBTQ+ film, music, series, podcasts, and originals with the new and improved Revry app – the first in global queer streaming!  Enjoy Revry’s international queer content FREE instantly with ads!  Revry has redesigned and reimagined the way you stream queer content with new features like Collections, to find specially curated selections or the easy-to-use Categories to find the specific content you’re(…)