Queer documentary screening to benefit AIN

Posted on 06 Jul 2011 at 1:21pm

Rainbows End, a Texas-set documentary about three Texans on a quest to cross the country for the promised land of Los Angeles, got its local debut at the Dallas International Film Festival last March. Among the quirky stars of the show was Audrey Dean Leighton, a rainbow-wearing Nocogdochan with the mission to take lessons on the Internet at the Gay and Lesbian Center.

If you missed it then, you get a chance to correct that later this month. On July 23 and 24, the newly restored (and gay-friendly) Texas Theatre in Oak Cliff will host screenings of the film. The showings, at 5 p.m. every day, will include live music from Country Willie, and proceeds will benefit the AIDS Interfaith Network.

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