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Let’s Do the Twist: Queer Film Festival

Let’s Do the Twist: Queer Film Festival by Kathy Fennessy T he 21st edition of the Seattle Lesbian and Gay Film Festival begins with a new name: TWIST: Seattle Queer Film Festival, which better reflects the varied forms of storytelling that characterize the event, from films to panel discussions to art exhibits. Fittingly, it also better represents festival subjects and participants who defy strict gender identity labels.
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