Oxford County

Movie Buffs Oxford: Pride

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Tuesday, Jun. 29, 7:00 pm Movie lovers unite!

Grab some popcorn and watch one or more of the recommended movies from the library’s digital and physical collection then join in a fun monthly discussion sparked by the film. 

Watch some or all of the suggested movies then join us on a Zoom call to participate in a conversation. 

We meet the last Tuesday of each month.

June movies are available through Kanopy digital movie collection.  If you need assistance accessing Kanopy please contact your local branch.

June movies celebrate Pride month.

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Real Boy

An intimate story of a family in transition. As 19-year-old Bennett Wallace navigates sobriety, adolescence, and the evolution of his gender identity, his mother makes her own transformation from resistance to acceptance of her trans son. Along the way, both mother and son find support in their communities, reminding us that families are not only given, but chosen.

Winner of the Audience Award for Best Documentary at the Frameline Film Festival.

“Poignant, raw, and incredibly heartfelt–a testament to the great filmmaking” – The Advocate

Eye on the Guy: Alan B Stone and the Age of Beefcake

Alan B. Stone: astute businessman, quiet suburbanite, and master of the homoerotic pin-up.

Eye on the Guy: Alan B. Stone & the Age of Beefcake explores the little-known world of Montreal’s physique photography scene, a distinct gay subculture that emerged in the ’50s and ’60s, through the life and work of one of its most creative figures. Operating under the social radar of post-war Canada, Stone produced thousands of images of men; from Montreal bodybuilders to Pacific coast fishermen, from rodeo cowboys to the construction workers who built Expo 67.

The Revival

This documentary chronicles the US tour of a group of Black lesbian poets and musicians, who become present-day stewards of a historical movement to build community among queer women of color. Their journey to strengthen their community is enriched by insightful interviews with leading Black feminist thinkers and historians.

As the group tours the country, the film reveals their aspirations and triumphs, as well as the unique identity challenges they face encompassing gender, race, and sexuality. This is a rarely seen look into a special sisterhood – one where marginalized voices are both heard and respected.

Official Selection at the Frameline Film Festival and at the Outfest Los Angeles LGBT Film Festival.

The Rift

In this Hitchcockian Thriller, when Gunnar receives a distraught phone call from his ex, he drives up to a secluded cabin to see him. He discovers that there’s more going on than he imagined. Someone is lurking outside and the two find that they are haunted by someone — or something.

Official Selection at Fantastic Fest. Winner of the Artistic Vision Award at L.A. Outfest. Winner of the Top Ten of the Year – Audience Award at the CinEuphoria Awards.