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LGBT Film Festival ranges wide and far

A scene from Catherine Stewart “While You Weren’t Looking,” part of the LGBT film fest.

The full spectrum of LGBT life from around the world is at the forefront of the 32nd annual Boston LGBT Film Festival. It runs March 31-April 10 at the Museum of Fine Arts, the Institute of Contemporary Art, the Brattle Theater, and the Paramount Theatre at Emerson College.

The festival opens at the ICA with “Viva,” Irish director Paddy Breathnach’s Cuba-set portrait of a young drag queen (Héctor Medina) working at a Havana nightclub and his frayed relationship with his estranged father (Jorge Perugorría), who abruptly reappears in his son’s life.

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