• Rainbow 🏳️‍🌈 Cafe Presents “Howl”

    Unitarian Universalist Community Church

    In his famously confessional style, Ginsberg a poet, a counter-cultural icon, and a chronicler of the Beat Generation a recounts the road trips, love affairs, and search for personal liberation that led to HOWL, the most timeless work of his career. HOWL interweaves three stories: the unfolding of the landmark 1957 obscenity trial; an imaginative animated ride through the prophetic masterpiece; and a unique portrait of a man who found new ways to express himself, and in doing so, changed his own life and galvanized a generation.

  • Rainbow Cafe presents “5B”

    Unitarian Universalist Community Church

  • Rainbow 🏳️‍🌈 Cafe presents “I Think I Do”

    Unitarian Universalist Community Church

    The film follows the relationship between Bob and Brendan, former roommates at George Washington University in Washington D. C., five years after Bob made his romantic feelings toward Brendan known. When the two reconnect at the wedding of college friends, Bob is in a serious relationship with a soap opera star Sterling Scott, while Brendan is single and is re-examining his own identity. A light hearted romantic comedy.

  • Rainbow 🏳️‍🌈 Cafe presents “The Big Gay Musical”

    Unitarian Universalist Community Church

    “The Big Gay Musical” follows the lives of two young actors, (Paul and Eddie), who have just begun previews of an Off-Broadway musical titled “Adam and Steve: Just the Way God Made ‘Em”. The movie follows both the storyline of the musical and the lives of the two men. Full of fun songs, and tap dancing angels. A fun gay film. Special note: All of our screenings are free. Doors to the church open at approximately 6:30 pm. The film will start around 7:00 pm. Soft drinks are served.

  • Rainbow 🏳️‍🌈 Cafe presents “Man in an Orange Shirt”

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    From novelist Patrick Gale, this is a tender, powerful film sure to spark conversation about outdated attitudes and equal rights. Two love stories set 60 years apart and linked by a secret that echoes through generations. From a forbidden relationship impossible during WW II, contrasted with a present-day romance that is nearly deranged by the 1940’s tale with which it is deeply intertwined. Special note: Doors at the church open at approximately 6:30 pm. Films start around 7:00 pm. Soft drinks are served.

  • Rainbow Cafe presents “Love and Other Disasters “

    Unitarian Universalist Community Church

    An ultra modern romantic comedy that portrays heterosexual and homosexual relationships with an openness and candor deemed either deserved or shocking depending on one’s point of view, “Love and Other Disasters” explores the complex difficulties inherent in modern relationships while poking fun at those relationships and the business of movie making. The straight “British Vogue” assistant Emily “Jacks” Jackson (Brittany Murphy) and openly homosexual Peter Simon (Mathew Rhys) are best friends who live together with a familiarity that’s usually reserved for family members. Bathroom chats while one takes a shower and the other sits on the toilet are commonplace in this household and that same openness extends to their discussions of their romantic and sexual relationships with the same or opposite sex. Jacks’ usually accurate “gaydar” fails her when she meets photographer Paolo (Santiago Carbrera) and this begins a complicated relationship between Paolo and Jacks in which Jacks attempts to set Paolo up with Peter without his knowledge and Paolo yearns for a relationship with Jacks while assuming that she’s romantically involved with Peter. Add into this unusual love triangle an ex-boyfriend James (Elliot Cowan) whom Jacks is still sleeping with out of pity. Add in a host of other friends and you have a delightful romantic comedy.