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The Pride Film Festivalleads off with the heartwarming short "Rosita Lopez for President."

The 4th Annual Pride Film Festival will be held Saturday, January 16, at Stage Center Theatre. The festival will premiere a collection of feature and short films from Texas and across the world.

Tickets are $8 for a single block or $20 for an all-access pass.

This year’s lineup starts at 2pm with the heart-warming short “Rosita Lopez For President” followed by “Christine At The Crossroads,” a dramatic feature at 2:20pm.

The next block consists of the short film “Unrequited” at 3:30pm and the documentary “Texas Candid Love” at 4pm.

The late afternoon block continues at 5:10pm with “My Name Is Love,” a foreign language short and the hilarious real-as-it gets short “11 Life Lessons From An Amazing Old Dyke” at 5:30pm.

The evening block gets underway at 5:45pm with the first of two award-winning documentaries: Reel In The Closet by filmmaker Stu Maddux, who will be in attendance to answer questions following the film; and, at 7:30pm filmmaker Robert L. Camina presents “Upstairs Inferno.” Robert will also be on hand to answer questions from the audience.

There will be a brief intermission between each block of films.  Pride Community Center will be offering concessions and merchandise for sale during intermissions.

For more information, movie clips, and discussion, visit facebook.com/pridecc.org. Advance tickets are available at showclix.com/event/pride-film-fest/listing.