‘Dirty Looks’ Film Series Will Mount Festival in Queer Clubs, Theaters Throughout July

A still from William E. Jones's 1962/2007  "Tearoom." (Courtesy the artist)

The “Dirty Looks” queer film series, which has been screening adventurous fare roughly once a month for about the past year, is planning to go big this summer, staging a festival call “Dirty Looks: On Location” that will span all of July. Over its 31 days, more than 30 artists’ works will be screened at a variety of locales around town, including many bars, clubs and theaters that have been vital centers for New York’s gay communities over the years. Read More