BOSTON SPRINGS A FETHIVAL: Boston LGBT Film Festival, Day 12 – Final Day!

boston-lgbt-film-festivalWell, it’s almost gone forever – it’s the FINAL day of the 31st annual Boston LGBT Film Festival, and as always they’re going out with a BANG! Here’s today’s final schedule – descriptions are from the official website, which you can check out at!

Museum of Fine Arts, Remis. 1:30 PM   
EASTERN BOYS. Directed by Robin Campillo. 128 min. France.
They come from all over Eastern Europe: Russia, Romania, Ukraine. They are Eastern boys. The oldest appear no more than 25; as for the youngest, there is no way of telling their age. They hang around the Gare du Nord train station in Paris. They might be prostitutes, but there is no way of knowing for certain. Muller, a discreet man in his late fifties has his eye on one of them – Marek. One afternoon, Muller gathers his courage and speaks to him. The young man agrees to come visit Muller the following day, at his place. However the next day, when the doorbell rings, Muller doesn’t have the faintest idea that he has fallen into a trap Language: French/English/Russian

Bright Family Screening Room, Paramount Theatre. 2:00 PM
TRANSJOURNEY. Directed by Alexia Kosmider. 39 min. USA
From Rhode Island to Seattle, Sandra embarks on a cross-country road trip to share in the world of her former son, now Annabelle, recently transitioned as a woman. As Sandra learns from Annabelle’s mentor Shannon, an older transgender woman fully at home in her identity, and shares the joy of Annabelle’s’ new relationship, we see in these 3 women’s yearnings and struggles a reflection of the way we all perceive identity, family, and belonging.

Bright Family Screening Room, Paramount Theatre. 4:00 PM    
In a final salute from the film festival we bring you the strange, the interesting, the odd, and the films we loved but couldn’t find a home for. Join the film festival team at the final program of the festival for a rousing 90 minutes of wackiness!