“aGLIFF- The All Genders, Lifestyles, and Identities Film Festival – was founded in 1987 and became a 501(c)3 in 1995. This year we celebrate 32 years of programming for the Austin community. aGLIFF has grown tremendously in size and scope from a short four-day run of four films primarily focused on coming out and AlDS to a multifaceted nonprofit organization with year-round community programs culminating in our annual film festival program with over 100 films depicting a myriad of issues across cultures, race, immigration status, class, gender identity and expression, age, and religion.”https://www.agliff.org/history-1
- Help out at monthly events or during the festival.
- Volunteers enjoy admittance to screenings and parties, as well as invitations to special events.
aGLIFF does not list volunteer requirements on their website.
To apply to be a volunteer, go to aGLIFF’s Volunteers page.
Or visit their homepage: https://www.agliff.org/
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