Local work on display at Kansas City's LGBT Film Festival

KC's oldest film festival opens this week

KANSAS CITY, Mo. - Kansas City's oldest film festival opens this week.

"Out Here Now" started 18 years ago. It is regarded as one of the most visible and highly regarded LGBT cultural programs in the Midwest.

One of the movies being shown is based off a book series written by KC native Jay Bell. He will be in attendance for the hometown premiere of "Something Like Summer."

The festival runs June 22-29 at the Tivoli Cinemas in Westport.

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