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STAMPED: LGBTQIA+ Film Festival

Nov. 11-13, Times Varied

Location: Pensacola Little Theatre View Map

Tickets: FREE and Ticketed Events

Stamped LGBTQIA+ Film Festival is back for Foo Foo Festival louder and prouder than ever – celebrating its 10th anniversary with the biggest festival yet. More films. More flare. More celebrity guest artists. And more color added to the beautiful array of arts and culture offerings at Foo this Fall.

Stamped represents a mixture of every letter of the alphabet – nodding to diverse groups within the LGBTQIA+ family to highlight the artistic contributions both nationally and internationally of lesbian, gay, bisexual, transgender, and queer films and filmmakers. The unique ability of film to transcend stereotypes and relate to the viewer opens the door to a dialogue about the LGBTQIA+ experience, building a stronger and more open Pensacola.

The festival kicks off on Thursday, November 10 with an exclusive (sponsor/invite only) evening among some of the LGBTQIA+ community’s favorite visiting artists.

Running the evening of November 11 and all day on Saturday, November 12, guests will view highly-vetted films from around the globe. While the weekend content can vary from PG-Mature, the festival shifts gears on Sunday, November 13 to feature a family-friendly day of viewing, with films appropriate for all ages. “Family Day” includes a series of children’s activities from face painting, balloon art, kids snacks, and films to melt the heart of everyone in the family.

The vibrant four-day festival runs Thursday and Friday evenings from 5:00-9:00 p.m., all day on Saturday, and concludes with a family-friendly showcase on Sunday full of food, games, activities, and films running from 1:00 p.m.-3:00 p.m.

All demographics are welcome within the historic walls of The Clark Family Cultural Center.

The festival exists as a conduit to provide a vibrant and educational experience to the Gulf Coast region, specifically Pensacola.

This festival focuses on LGBTQIA+ stories, with the goal of expanding the region’s diversity and acceptance of diverse identities and attracting recurring out-of-town tourists who appreciate an inclusive and accepting community.

Festival Dates

Ticket Information

Other Events

Friday, November 11

Friday, November 11

Saturday, November 12
  • Coffee and Conversations with author and director Fiona Dawson at 11:00 a.m. at The Center. Explore insight into Fiona’s fabulous UK-turned-NYC upbringing which led to her trailblazing works like TransMilitary and her most recent publication “Are Bisexuals Just Greedy: Animated Answers for All People Who Simply Want to Understand the Spectrum of Being LGBTQ+.”
  • Engage with TikTok’s Mercury Stardust – also widely known as the Trans Handy Ma’am at 4:30 p.mMercury joins Stamped virtually to follow her journey and leadership within the Trans community to fuse compassion, DIY, and a whole lot of personality.

Saturday, November 12 [Celebrity 

  • Celebrity guest, Todrick Hall welcomes patrons for an exclusive ticketed meet and greet (5:30 p.m. ), a welcoming keynote presentation, and moderated Q&A with the live audience (6:45 p.m.), and one lucky winner will have a private dinner for 8 guests following the keynote at Jackson’s Steakhouse (7:30 p.m.).
  • Meet and greet tickets
  • Dinner with Todrick Hall chances 

The Location

The Films (see available movie trailers below)

FRIDAY

5:30 p.m. Doors open

6:15 p.m. Short Films

7:00 p.m. Industry Panel (45 minutes)

7:50 p.m. Short Films

8:30 p.m. Black rainbow Love (40:00)

SATURDAY MATINEE

11:00 a.m. Coffee and Book Chat with Fiona

12:45 p.m. Short Films 

2:10 p.m. How to Dream (48:00)

3:25 p.m. Short Films

3:50 p.m. Gen Silent (1:10:00)

SATURDAY EVENING

5:30 p.m. Ticketed Meet and Greet with Todrick Hall (ticket required)

6:45 p.m. Todrick Hall Keynote and Q&A (ticket required)

7:15 p.m. Art and Pep (1:28)

9:00 p.m. Short Films

Sunday Family Day

1:00 p.m. Improv for Kids workshop (45 min)

2:15 p.m. Short films

3:15 p.m. Drag Queen Story Time










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