This edition, which runs until November 27 and features 120 films, is intended to bring the public the new family with films like "Homo Baby Boom" of the Spanish Anna Boluda, or "Daddy & Papa" by U.S. Johnny Simons."We want to dust off a bit and make people realize that there are (new family). Although not take them into account," he told Efe the director and founder of the sample, Freddy Alfaro."A Single Man," released in 2009, marked the first foray into cinema fashion designer Tom Ford, and his cast with actors such as Julianne Moore, Matthew Goode and
The festival will be held in six cities and screened documentaries, feature films and short films from countries as distant and diverse as Brazil, Nicaragua, New Zealand, Spain, United States, Bosnia-Herzegovina and Belgium.In addition, the show will have eight films in Ecuador, as "fresh blood" by Jose Zambrano, film forum will be made to bring viewers the values and realities that are discussed in some of the planned works and presented the first issue of the gay-themed magazine "Max".The event, which in 2010 attracted 4,000 people, aims to "build bridges" between the gay community and society in general and "show that the gay community is not just what the tabloid media disclosed," said Alfaro."A Single Man" will be shown tonight at 20.00 local time (0100 GMT) in the room Alfredo Pareja in the House of Ecuadorian Culture of Quito, with free entry.