Gay Charlotte Film Festival: Pit Stop Comments
Pit Stop Directed by: Yen Tan
Runtime: 80 minutes
This riveting drama depicts the complex lives of gay men in small-town America.��Gabe and Ernesto, working-class men in "small town Texas," try to build a relationship via encounters at a local gas station.��Gabe is still heavily involved with his ex-wife, Ernesto is resolving issues with two former partners, yet neither run away from the challenges thrust on them.��Premiered at the 2013 Sundance Film Festival.
The GayCharlotte Film Festival was started in 2009 by a small group of volunteers as one of the yearly programs of the LGBT Community Center of Charlotte, a 501-C non-profit organization. 2014 will mark our 6th�Annual GayCharlotte Film Festival.
Each year the film festival has grown in attendance and become one of Charlotte's premier film festival. Our Film Festival has included talks, discussions and presentations by Film directors, writers and scholars from across the United States.
Since the inception of the GayCharlotte Film Festival, thousands of people from our community have been able to connect and build bridges of support and understanding through the power of film.
Friday, April 25, 2014
Cost:$10/door; $8 online; $5 Members/Students/Seniors
Contact:Gay Charlotte Film Festival
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