MIX NYC, the 28th Queer Experimental Film Festival unspools in Brooklyn through November 15.
On November 12, programs include “New Wave, No Wave, Tidal Wave: Feminisms Old & New,” “To Be Real: Queer Icons,” and “Against the Grain: Dysphoria, Displacement, Dissent.”
On November 13, programs include “ChicagQ: A Selection of Recent Radical Voices from Chicago,” “White Girl Wasted — The Romance is Killing Me,” “Architectonics of Space & Time,” “Abject of My Desire: Losers, Punks & Queerdos,” and “Kids in the Stall: Cruising & Its Discontents.”
The programs on November 14 include “Queer View Mirror: Scrapbooks, Found Footage, & Reinvention,” “Nitrate Kisses,” Barbara Hammer’s feature about the marginalization of Lesbian and Gay Sexuality,” “Love is Like the Weather,” “Watch This Show with Someone You Want to ____,” and “Cosmic Crystals.”
The Festival winds up November 15 with “Batguano,” “With/Out The White Gaze,” and the closing night feature, “Hanky Code: The Movie.”
Most films are $13; with the closing night feature at $20, and there are other special events and parties. The Festival takes place at the MIX Factory, 155 26th St. at Third Ave. (R train to Fourth Ave. & 25th St.).
For tickets and complete information, visit mixnyc.org/2015.