Washington Blade: Gay content galore at Jewish Film Festival

The Washington Jewish Film Festival presents more than 150 screenings and events fromWednesday, Feb. 24 through Sunday, March 6 with numerous LGBT films to be screened.

“Blush” (previously Barash) tells the story of a 17-year-old girl who turns to partying to escape her parents’ fighting and ends up experiencing first love with another teenage girl.

“Compared to What? The Improbable Life of Barney Frank” is a political drama that explores one of Congress’s first openly gay representatives.

“The Good Son” is a documentary about 22-year-old Or who lies to his parents and secretly receives a sex change operation in Thailand.

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