The Films of NewFest 2013

New York's premier LGBT film festival celebrates its 25th anniversary with a diverse and compelling collection of narratives, documentaries, shorts, and parties.



Last Summer
Tuesday, September 10, 5 p.m.
Venue: Walter Reade Theater

Two small-town teenagers in love spend one last summer together before going their separate ways. Baseball star Luke knows that book-smart Jonah will go off to college in the fall, and over the course of a few fleeting months the two lose themselves in nature, bicycle rides, and each other while they still can. With echoes of Terrence Malick, writer-director Mark Thiedeman offers up a debut feature that balances haunting beauty with adolescent passion.

Valentine Road
Tuesday, September 10, 7:30 p.m.
Venue: Walter Reade Theater

When an eighth-grade boy is shot twice at point-blank range by his valentine crush, many, including the jurors, are quick to blame the victim rather than the aggressor. With a remarkable degree of clarity, Marta Cunningham's riveting documentary investigates the roots of LGBT discrimination and bullying as well as the inherent legal flaws that keep true justice from being served.

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