Issue 22.19: TIGLFF

By : Jake Stevens
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TampaBay International Gay and Lesbian Film Festival: As more people turn to streaming movies online, what’s the answer to saving film festivals? Mr. Brightside: Monty Python’s Spamalot takes over the Orlando Shakes, Dark Lady Why the Kim Davis anti-gay saga should matter to all of us, local news, celebrity interviews, and much, much more!

Watermark Issue 22.19// Sept. 10-Sept. 23, 2015

On the Cover | Page 31
TIGLFF REINVENTED: The legendary TampaBay International Gay and Lesbian Film Festival branches out beyond the Tampa Theatre and into the entire Bay area. More for everyone!

Tampa Bay New | Page 16
Metro Dr. David W. Lyter expands primary care for LGBT residents and looks to the future of improving the health of those living on the fringes of society and giving them a fair chance

Don’t laugh her off | Page 25
Watermark staffer and ally Jamie Hyman discusses just why this whole Kentucky imbroglio of intolerance is an important step to broader LGBT understanding.

You should watch | Page 37
The meaning of the classic LGBT film festival is evolving, as are the messages in its films. Here are a few you shouldn’t miss at this year’s TIGLFF.

Bright light, bright side | Page 43
Monty Python’s Spamalot hilariously distracts its audiences with slapstick humor while keeping a firm footing in compassion. Those sitting at the round table in metal-wear couldn’t be more amused as they sing along.

Speak no evil | Page 62
Our political column Uprisings kicks off with a xenophobic dose of Sarah Palin’s language school before trying to figure out how to avoid the political gamesmanship that awaits us all next year.

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