First off, I must apologize for not being able to post the day 4 schedule yesterday; I was having some techincal issues with the site. They have been rectified and so I’m back with coverage of day 5!
There is only one film, the New England premiere of Test, showing today at the Fenway Community Health Center. Here’s the description from the official Boston LGBT website:
Test lovingly portrays the uniquely exciting and harrowing era of 70s San Francisco as young Frankie (spectacularly lithe real-life dancer Scott Marlowe) navigates gay life in the big city alongside the travails of being an understudy in a modern dance company and his evolving relationship with fellow dancer Todd (the hunky Matthew Risch). It’s the classic test of skill and character. But a very different test looms on the horizon for them. As Frankie and Todd’s friendship deepens, they navigate a world full of risk… and hope.
You can find full information on the film as well as ticket info at the festival’s official website at http://bostonlgbtfilmfestival.org.
eCinemaBoston and IndieFilmSpotlight will continue to bring you daily highlights and schedules of the festival through closing night on Saturday. And don’t forget to check out our complete rundown of the Boston area’s full spring festival scene when Subject:CINEMA presents it’s fourth annual Boston Springs A Fethival podcast – with complete coverage, analysis, and reviews of the 2014 editions of Salem Film Fest, Irish Film Festival, Boston Underground Film Festival, Boston Turkish Film Festival, Belmont World Film Festival series, Boston LGBT Film Festival, Boston International Film Festival, and the Independent Film Festival of Boston – on May 4, at http://subjectcinema.com!