Philadelphia Int'l Lesbian and Gay Film Festival

Philadelphia Int'l Lesbian and Gay Film Festival

Founded in 1995 by TLA Entertainment Group, the Philadelphia International Gay and Lesbian Film Festival is the third largest event of its kind in the US, and the largest on the East Coast. Its uninhibited programming and a packed calendar of parties have also earned it the title of "sexiest gay and lesbian film festival in the country" from Out and About Magazine.

For two weeks in July, following Philadelphia's Independence Day festivities, the Festival presents as many as 200 features, documentaries and shorts, as well as truly fabulous special events like a sing-along Xanadu, a screening of the 1970s adult classic Heavy Equipment in the original 3-D, and a live staged reading of Todd Stephen's Another Gay Movie, with Scott Thompson, Lypsinka and Matthew Rush.