Saving History 2018 Cruise
February 25 – March 4, 2018 – 8 Days, 7 Nights – Labadee, Falmouth, Cozumel.
In addition to important film screenings, there will be panelists exploring how LGBT archives, filmmakers, and the public have been working to save LGBT history and to make that history available for film and television.
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What the Press is saying about Pride of the Ocean
…Pride of the Ocean, a gay-and-lesbian film festival aboard the Celebrity Summit on a June cruise to Bermuda. There were about 50 of us on a ship whose occupancy is around 2,200, so it seemed like the perfect recipe for being part of a group while not feeling like the ship was Fire Island at sea. nytimes.com
With filmmakers and a few surprise guests on board, the luxury cruise ship will head to Alaska, making scenic stops in Juneau, Skagway and Ketchikan, where passengers can absorb the beauty of the state by helicopter, zip-line or kayak. Then passengers will be treated to a full day in resplendent Glacier Bay. edgeonthenet.com
Billed as “The Only Floating Film Festival” this is not just a cruise to Alaska. It’s a gay group cruise to Glacier Bay, and a great way to mix and mingle with other LGBT film lovers who may have missed the winning films and documentaries at local festivals around the country. examiner.com
Q-Me Con is very excited to announce our panels taking place during the 2012 Pride of the Ocean Film Festival cruise – June 10th to June 17th to Bermuda on the Celebrity Summit. QMeCon.com
Do you love film and cruising? Have you been extra good this year? If you answered yes then give yourself an early Christmas present and hop aboard the Pride of the Ocean Film Festival, the only LGBTQ film festival at sea. MeetMeOnBoard.com