Out Film CT has been presenting our community here in Connecticut with great LGBT films for 30 years now. That’s over 1550 films shown – including features, documentaries and shorts.  Please select a Festival below for a walk down memory lane or to explore films you may have missed and might want to see.

ANNUAL FILM FESTIVALEROS FESTIVAL
30th Festival June 2017
29th Festival June 201618th EROS Festival - Nov 2016
28th Festival May/June 201517th EROS Festival - Nov 2015
27th Festival May/June 201416th EROS Festival - Nov 2014
26th Festival May/June 201315th EROS Festival - Nov 2013
25th Festival June 201214th EROS Festival - Nov 2012
24th Festival May/June 201113th EROS Festival - Nov 2011
23rd Festival May/June 201012th EROS Festival - Nov 2010
22nd Festival May 200911th EROS Festival - Nov 2009
21st Festival June 200810th EROS Festival - Nov 2008
20th Festival June 20079th EROS Festival - Nov 2007
19th Festival June 20068th EROS Festival - Nov 2006
18th Festival June 20057th EROS Festival - Nov 2005
17th Festival June 20046th EROS Festival - Nov 2004
16th Festival June 20035th EROS Festival - Nov 2003
15th Festival June 20024th EROS Festival - Nov 2002
14th Festival June 20013rd EROS Festival - Nov 2001
13th Festival June 20002nd EROS Festival - Oct 2000
12th Festival June 19991st EROS Pride - Oct 1999
1st through 11th Festivals, 1988-1998
Statistics and trivia:
# times Films shown multiple times over the years
7 The Laramie Project (Dir. Moises Kaufman, 2002, Usa, 97 Min)
3 Gayby (Director: Jonathan Lisecki, 2012, USA, 89 min)
2 Boy Meets Girl (Directed by Eric Schaeffer, 2014, USA, 95 min)
2 La Mission (Dir. Peter Bratt, 2009, USA, 117 min)
2 Liz in September (Dir. Fina Torres, 2014, Venezuela, 93 min, in Spanish with English subtitles)
2 The Kids Are All Right (Directed by Lisa Cholodenko, 2010, USA, 106 min)
2 Zero Patience (John Greyson, Canada, 1993, 35mm, 100 min.)

The most films shown in one Festival was 77 in 2009 at the 22nd Festival.
The fewest films shows was 4 during the 4th Festival.