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Reel Q’s Pittsburgh Underground Film Festival

When: Fri., April 20, 8:30 p.m.

Mark out the whole weekend for Reel Q’s Pittsburgh Underground Film Festival (PUFF), a program celebrating the queer community with films by women and people of color, at the Melwood Screening Room, in Oakland. But tonight, it’s the kick-off at Regent Square Theater with Idol Worship, an uncensored stage show combining cabaret and film, and featuring a pair of underground luminaries: longtime John Waters collaborator Mink Stole, and filmmaker and drag queen Peaches Christ. Also part of PUFF: a Jellyfish dance party at P-Town, on Sat., April 21, and on Sun., April 22, a screening of Expanding Gender: Youth Out Front, short documentaries that explore the identities of trans and gender-expansive youth and young adults. - Al Hoff

Price: $15-45

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