19th annual QFest LGBTQ film festival will take place in several venues around Houston from July 23-27. One of those films being shown is the classic documentary Paris Is Burning.
But QFest will also have thanks to Out & Equal Houston the local debut of the documentary Game Face that features the coming out stories of my WMMA fighting homegirl Fallon Fox and Terrence Clemens, a young, ambitious and talented college basketball player in Oklahoma, who happens to be gay.
The Out & Equal sponsored screening of Game Face will occur at 14 Pews on July 26 starting at 3 PM CDT. The doors at 14 Pews will open at 2:30 PM and after the film's conclusion there will be a mix and mingle event in the 14 Pews backyard.
!4 Pews address is 800 Aurora St. in Houston. Free seating through Out & Equal Houston &
QPass Holders is limited, so registration will close at 60 persons. General
admission for non-Out & Equal Houston or Q-Fest members is $10.
So hope y'all take advantage of the opportunity to see Game Face and the other exciting cinematic offering that QFest has on tap in it's 2015 edition..