Lesbian film 'All We've Got' screens in Oklahoma City

All We've Got is an insightful personal exploration of LGBTQ women’s communities, cultures, and social justice work through the lens of the spaces they create, from bars to bookstores to arts and political hubs.

Social groups rely on physical spaces to meet and build connections, step outside oppressive social structures, avoid policing and violence, share information, provide support, and organize politically. Yet, in the past decade, more than 100 bars, bookstores, art and community spaces where LGBTQ women gather have closed.

In All We've Got, filmmaker Alexis Clements travels the country to explore the factors driving the loss of these spaces, understand why some are able to endure, and to search for community among the ones that remain. From a lesbian bar in Oklahoma; to the Esperanza Peace & Justice Center in San Antonio run by queer Latinas; to the WOW Café Theatre in New York; to the public gatherings organized by the Trans Ladies Picnics around the US and beyond; to the Lesbian Herstory Archives in Brooklyn, the film takes us into diverse LGBTQ spaces and shines a light on why having a place to gather matters.

Ultimately, All We've Got is a celebration of the history and resilience of the LGBTQ community and the inclusive spaces they make, as well as a call to action to continue building stronger futures for all communities.

When: Saturday, November 20th at 8:00pm

Where: Rodeo Cinema, 2221 Exchange Ave, Oklahoma City, OK

Price: FREE

Join us and deadCenter Film as we present a screening of the documentary film All We've Got!

FREE tickets available to reserve NOW!

After the film there will be an after-party at ALIBI’S, as they’re featured in the film.

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