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Polari: Austin’s LGBT Film Festival

Sep 03, 2013 Comments Off on Polari: Austin’s LGBT Film Festival by

About Polari Nonprofit Organization: Polari (formerly aGLIFF) is the oldest film festival in Austin, TX and the largest and longest-running LGBT film festival in the Southwest. Polari’s mission is to build community and awareness through engaging, enlightening and innovative film programming. In addition to the annual film festival, Polari’s other nonprofit programs include My Queer Movie, the Queer Youth Media Project, the Filmmaker Assistance Program, the Community Partnership Program and the Polari Family Screening Program.

Polari 2013 Membership: Support Polari by becoming a member of AGLIFF Polari today at www.polarifest.com/memberships. Membership secures your registration for the Film Festival Program, October 16-20, 2013, featuring industry panels, special events and the community bonding experience only Polari can deliver. All memberships are tax deductible and directly benefit the Polari Nonprofit Organization’s LGBT community programs.


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