Rated LGBTQ is the Festival’s queer cinema series presented in partnership with GLOE—The Kurlander Program for GLBT Outreach & Engagement.


Dir. Ruthy Pribar
( 85 min, Israel , 2020 )

2020 Israeli Oscar for Best Picture. Shira Haas (Unorthodox) is exceptional as a rebellious teenager dealing with a progressive illness and complicated relationship with her mother.


Dir. Dani Menken
( 75 min, Israel , 2019 )

The inspiring true story of Aulcie Perry, a basketball legend who led Maccabi Tel Aviv to an upset win in the European Championship, before dedicating his life to helping people suffering from substance abuse.


( 137 min, Russia , 2019 )

Two young women search for meaning and hope in the struggle to rebuild their lives amongst the ruins of Leningrad in 1945.

Chronicle of a Life and Love

( 60 min, )

IN Series’ acclaimed virtual creation Chronicle of a Life and Love transforms into a live musical performance. Robert Schumann’s unforgettable Frauenliebe und Leben mingles with the writings of Jewish essayist Shalom Auslander to become a celebration of loving life, and living love.

DC Shorts: Animation showcase

( 70 min, Austria/Belgium/Canada/France/Spain/United Kingdom/USA )
Shorts Program

9 Animation shorts:

Awkward, Mate, Message From the Future, Migrants, My Friend Who Shines in the Night, One Left, Push This Button if You Begin to Panic, Reflection, Souvenir, and Try to Fly

DC Shorts: LGBTQ Showcase

( 83 min, South Africa/South Korea/Spain/USA )
Shorts Program

5 LGBTQ Shorts:

Eleven Weeks, God’s Daughter Dances, Heaven Reaches Down To Earth, The Ephemeral, and The Last Queen on Earth

DC Shorts: Showcase 2

( 75 min, Canada/Iran/New Zealand/Spain/USA )
Shorts Program

5 unique shorts:

David, Into Nothingness, Mirror, Pain, and The Love and Death of Yosef Zilli