Fargo-Moorhead LGBT Film Festival

Last Summer with Uncle Ira

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Films are available to view midnight, Wednesday, September 15 through midnight, Saturday, September 18.

Summer, 1991. Before he leaves for his last year at summer camp, closeted teenager Daniel is nudged by his mother Rachel to share a moment and a glass of lemonade with his Uncle Ira, who is dying of complications from HIV/AIDS. Ira wants to talk about their shared identity together before time runs out, but Daniel may not be ready to take that step. Starring Emmy-nominee Wayne Wilcox ("Gilmore Girls," "Only Children"), Igby Rigney ("Blue Bloods") and Tony Award-winner Stephanie J. Block ("Rise," "Madam Secretary.")

  • Year
    2020
  • Runtime
    13 minutes
  • Language
    English
  • Country
    United States
  • Director
    Gary Jaffe, Katie Ennis
  • Screenwriter
    Gary Jaffe
  • Producer
    Emily McCann Lesser, Vincent Morano
  • Cast
    Wayne Wilcox, Igby Rigney, Stephanie J. Block