The 26th New York Queer Experimental Film Festival

The 26th New York Queer Experimental Film Festival
Presented by MIX NYC (
November 12-17

521 Third Avenue (between 12th and 13th St.)
Gowanus, Brooklyn
F or G trains to 4th Av.
R to 9th St.

$13 regular screenings
$20 opening & closing nights
FREE for people with AIDS and youth under 22
Performances & installations open to the public

– New York Premiere of Michelle Tea and Hilary Goldberg’s “Valencia: The Movie/s”
– Curation by KB Boyce and Celeste Chan of Queer Rebels Productions
– Original works by Japanese moving-image artist Stom Sogo
– World Premiere of newly discovered work by the legendary Jack Smith

MIX 26 will feature over 225 experimental films, 19 installations, and five live performances along with food, music, and the company of established career artists and emerging filmmakers from the LGBT and queer underground. MIX gives you the colorful and comfy space to mingle with artists, meet new folks from all walks of life, collaborate on the end of oppression everywhere, and make a radical experiment of yourself. It’s the after-hours that makes the festival. If you’re out of sick days, call in queer—the MIX celebration goes late every night.

Full program details and tickets available at:

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