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Sure, T.S. Eliot thought it the cruelest month, but April in St. Louis is downright gay -- the fifth annual QFest St. Louis brings 21 films celebrating a spectrum of LGBTQ voices to the Tivoli Theatre (6350 Delmar Boulevard, University City; ) this weekend. Three of the films feature St. Louisians, including My Best Day, the directorial debut of Clayton High School grad Erin Greenwell, Jamie and Jessie Are Not Together, starring local girl Jax Jackson, and Jan's Coming Out, an uproarious documentary with interviews from St. Louis-based partners Jane Ibur and Sondra Seiler. Other highlights include Sundance favorite Love Free or Die: How the Bishop of New Hampshire Is Changing the World and the subtly titled Codependent Lesbian Space Alien Seeks Same. Tickets are $10 to $12 and can be purchased at the Tivoli box office or online at
April 22-26, 2012

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