Special screenings


Coincidence and irony: "Little Shop of Horrors" and the Human Rights Watch Traveling Film Festival

Make it a GLBT, no cheese

The Diversity Center is seeking submissions for In the Limelight, their First Annual LBGT International Film Festival, scheduled for the week of Fiesta, April 14-17, 2005. Original films and videos "by, about, or of interest to gay men, lesbians, bisexuals, or transgender people" will be accepted from January 15-February 28. All formats, except experimental, including works in progress that meet certain criteria, are eligible. For more information, application forms, and guidelines, visit

Little Shop of Horrors

Dir. Frank Oz; writ. Charles B. Griffith, Howard Ashman; feat. Rick Moranis, Ellen Greene, Vincent Gardenia, Steve Martin, Tichina Arnold, Michelle Weeks, Tisha Campbell, Levi Stubbs, James Belushi, John Candy, Christopher Guest, Bill Murray (PG-13)

This classic tale of a love-lorn nerd and the man-eating Venus fly trap who feeds his success features a comedic line-up to die for, including Steve Martin, James Belushi, John Candy, and Bill Murray.

Little Shop of Horrors screens at dusk Thursday, September 30 as part of the series "In the Public Domain" on the Slab across from La Tuna Icehouse, Probandt and Cevallos. Admission is free.

Human Rights Watch Traveling Film Festival: Saints and Sinners

The Human Rights Watch Traveling Film Festival wraps up with Saints and Sinners, a fillm by Abigail Honor and Yan Vizinberg that documents the struggle of a gay couple determined to be married in the Catholic Church, and to be the first pair to have their wedding announcement published in The New York Times. There will be a discussion after the screening.

Saints and Sinners screens at 6pm Thursday, September 30 in the Science Lecture Hall at Trinity University. A critique and discussion session will follow. Admission is free. For more information, call Robert Huesca at 999-8169.

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