LGBTQ Film Series presents Were the World Mine – October 12th at 7pm

All Love: An LGBTQ Film Series
In celebration of LGBT History Month, Fairfield University presents the first-ever series dedicated to Lesbian, Gay, Bisexual, Transgendered and Queer/Questioning (LGBTQ) experiences through film on three consecutive Tuesdays in October.   All films are free and open to the general public.  Light refreshments will be served and all screenings will take place in the DiMenna-Nyselius Library Multimedia Auditorium on the lower level of the library.  These films are First Year Experience (FYE) approved events.

were the world mineWere the World Mine

Tuesday, October 12, 2010. 7pm. 
Shakespeare meets Glee!   In a twist of fantasy, Timothy concocts a Shakespearean love potion with the power to turn people gay.  He starts with his Rugby-jock object of affection and soon the entire town is feeling the effects.  Packed with great musical numbers, this film is a celebration of love.  Dr, David Gudelunas, an Associate Professor of Communication whose research focuses on the representations of gay men and lesbians, will introduce the film and facilitate a post-screening discussion.

LGBTQ History month events are sponsored by The Dean of the College of Arts and Sciences, The Humanities Institute, Office of Student Diversity Programs, Office of New Student Programs, Office of Residence Life, The Office of the University Chaplain, The Department of Communication, The Women's Studies Program, Alliance student group and Fairfield University LGBT Alumni.


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