For its tenth installment, QFest moves into a new home. The annual festival of LGBT films takes over .Zack (3224 Locust Street; www.cinemastlouis.org) for five nights (Wednesday through Sunday, (March 29 to April 2) of features, classics and documentaries, with topics including the fight for the right to get married in your hometown and ex-girlfriends who share a true crime podcast. Qfest opens with a free screening of Lovesong at 7 p.m. Wednesday. So Yong Kim directs the story of two friends, Sarah and Mindy (Riley Keough and Jena Malone), who take a road trip together mostly because Sarah is tired of being ignored by her husband. Somewhere out there on the road, they both feel a more romantic spark for each other -- but Mindy pulls back and returns home. Several years later, Sarah goes after Mindy and attempts to rekindle the feelings they shared on the ill-fated trip, but arrives shortly before Mindy's own wedding. William Friedkin's 1970 film version of Matt Crowley's seminal play, The Boys in the Band, screens at 9 p.m. ($10 to $13). Michael hosts a birthday party for his pal Harold and their small circle of friends -- all of whom are gay and out. When Michael's college roommate Alan unexpectedly shows up, his thinly veiled revulsion for homosexuality leads to spats, fights and a cruel game designed to humiliate everyone that plays it. $10-$13
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