1:15 PM Sunday October 7: CHERRY GROVE STORIES

$10.00

Online sales end the night before each screening. Tickets will be sold at the door starting one hour before screening time. For questions please call Rex at: 336.918.0902

Even before Stonewall, Cherry Grove and its beach houses on Fire Island were a haven for generations of gay men, lesbians and drag queens. This documentary film by Michael Fisher recounts the unique character of Cherry Grove, a community on Fire Island, New York. Cherry Grove became a safe haven for gays during a time when two men holding hands in public was illegal. Fisher's interviews with residents expose hidden stories and unknown facts that need to be told.

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@ UNCSA Babcock
Director: Michael Fisher
USA | 72 minutes | 2018 | documentary

Even before Stonewall, Cherry Grove and its beach houses on Fire Island were a haven for generations of gay men, lesbians and drag queens. This documentary film by Michael Fisher recounts the unique character of Cherry Grove, a community on Fire Island, New York. Cherry Grove became a safe haven for gays during a time when two men holding hands in public was illegal. Fisher’s interviews with residents expose hidden stories and unknown facts that need to be told.

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No More We
Director: David Fardmar
Sweden | 15 minutes | 2018 | Narrative

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