The All Genders, Lifestyles and Identities Film Festival (aGLIFF) cultivates the Texas LGBTQ+ community by enlightening, educating, and entertaining our clients and patrons through programs that enrich the LGBTQ+ and ally communities and developing LGBTQ+ awareness.
aGLIFF entertains our community through the exhibition and support of the best in recent LGBTQIA international, national, and regional films. The festival showcases features and shorts, in addition to mainstream, and avant-garde films. Festival events connect members of the community. Symposia and panels explore current political and social trends; and increasingly the festival serves as a venue for first-time filmmakers. Special shorts programs have focused on the issues faced by LGBTQ+ youth, immigration of LGBTQ+ people, gender identity and expression, adoption, marriage, military service, religion, racial identity, cultural issues, and hate crimes against LGBTQ+-identified people.
aGLIFF announces selections for 32nd edition of the film festival (August 22-25) and this year’s theme, PRISM. PRISM was chosen by the Board of Directors to reflect the way a festival can refract a single beam of art into the multiple view viewpoints, showcasing all the voices in the spectrum of our community. Learn more on the festival website.View Map