Category: Queer Media

The Fear is Real

Before last night, the most recent horror movie I saw in theaters was Don’t Breathe. A movie that ranged from repetitive to reductive to revolting but never really reached scary. Three house robbing white kids in Detroit picked an old equally-white blind veteran as their target. The whole thing reeked of ableism and white washing, but you know, cute trade can convince a sister to do a lot.

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2016 TWIST: Seattle Queer Film Festival Opening Night Gala

This month’s Thursday the 13th was an auspicious night for one Seattle organization, Three Dollar Bill Cinema, as it marked the opening night for the 2016 TWIST: Seattle Queer Film Festival. Following the sold-out premier of Torrey Pines at the Egyptian, moviegoers hit up V2, Capitol Hill’s former Value Village thrift store, for a fabulous open bar gala. Jetspace Magazine was on hand to capture the magic.

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Totally Unofficial Guide to TWIST 2016

While Twist may be an unfamiliar name for you, you’re surely familiar with Three Dollar Bill Cinema and their annual Seattle Lesbian and Gay Film Festival. They rebranded as Twist: Seattle Queer Film Festival this year to better reflect the inclusivity in their programming. Their film selections are as strong as ever, with a huge variety of films over 11 days (October 13 – 23) at Capitol Hill and downtown Seattle locations.

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