Pink Sheep Film Festival Movie Preview

The Pink Sheep Film Festival founded by Lynn Casper and Channing Duke goes underway this weekend in Wilmington, NC.  This is a film festival that is not to be missed and the first ever GLBT themed film festival in the city of Wilmington.  The festival is open to everyone especially cinephiles like us!

For more information about the festival check out this link or email

Pink Sheep Film Festival will be held on June 10th at Jengo’s Playhouse. The films begin at 7 pm and will screen the shorter films first, break for intermission, and then screen the longer feature films. There will also be an after party at 10 pm. Anyone and everyone is invited to attend, even if you can only attend the party. Advance tickets are on sale for $7 here at Edge of Urge (18 Market St. downtown) and $10 at the door.

List of all films:

Short block:

Punch Me
Back to Life
Pay No Attention to the man in a Bear Suit
The Love Permit


Put This on The Map
Whistlin’ Dixie

WHISTLIN’ DIXIE (Directed by Meredith Heil)

Whistlin’ Dixie invites the viewer to travel along as filmmaker Meredith Heil explores America’s Southern heartland in search of queer sound. The film journeys through the region’s independent, queer lo-fi scene, tracking down the LGBTQ musicians, fans and activists that are actively using DIY music to build safe spaces and strike down prejudices, therein altering the political and social climate of the new South for generations to come

Whistlin' Dixie: Queer Sounds, New South Trailer from Meredith Heil on Vimeo.


An insecure and uncertain writer tries to draw a line between himself and his body, represented by a man in a bear suit. With the help of the bear, a medical student and his mostly imaginary crush, he re-evaluates his ideas about himself and finds even more reasons to be insecure and uncertain.

TRAILER #1 - Pay No Attention to the Man in the... by uncgfilm

BEDFELLOWS (Directed by by Pierre Stefanos)

Bedfellows follows the adventure of 20-something Bobby as he returns to the gay bar where he got his heart broken for the first time. Upon meeting and spending the night with an attractive stranger named Jonathan, Bobby dreams about what a lifetime relationship with him could be like. The dream takes us on a thirty-year journey of ups-and-downs in life and love. But what will happen when Bobby wakes up to reality in the morning?

PUNCH ME (Directed by Robert X. Golphin)

With a romance on the rocks and a father on his sick bed, a young man must accept his true identity before he loses the two people he loves most.

THE LOVE PERMIT (Directed by Christopher Ludgate)

Naive Mr. Young is strapped to the hot seat in a very controlled political environment that imposes some outrageous sanctions on people’s lives. During an encounter with an administrator while applying for a love & sex permit, he finds himself increasingly on guard, becoming tangled in red tape and incriminating words.

CAPPUCCINO (Directed by Tamer Ruggli)

While trying to find his way between his classmate and sexual fantasy Damien and his very generous but protective mother Gina, his life is about to change.

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