SEATTLE, Wash. (December 11, 2018) – Gay City: Seattle’s LGBTQ Center welcomes Three Dollar Bill Cinema into our LGBTQ center space as a community partner. “Our two organizations have a long history of successful collaboration on film projects, fundraisers and community events. Moving in together will increase our ability to work on joint projects, support LGBTQ film and art and create a dynamic and vibrant community hub at Gay City,” said Fred Swanson, Gay City Executive Director. The relocation into Gay City continues the LGBTQ’s Center tradition of having community partners co-locate, from our initial partnership with Verbena and Kaladi Brothers Coffee in 2006, to Washington United for Marriage in 2012, and later Ingersoll Gender Center and Equal Rights Washington.  At an earlier location on Broadway, Gay City shared space with Entre Hermanos. “We will start our move over on December 14th and will be full-time at Gay City by late December,” said Three Dollar Bill Cinema Executive Director, Ben McCarthy, in a letter to the community. “This move will not only allow us the opportunity to work more closely with Gay City, it will provide Three Dollar Bill Cinema with an opportunity to continue to regain financial stability as we navigate through some rough organizational waters.” While Three Dollar Bill Cinema is changing office location, their slate of year-round programming will continue. Gay City: Seattle’s LGBTQ Center Gay City is an organization where our staff and volunteers, our programs and services, and our drive and spirit reflect the resilience and power of Seattle’s many LGBTQ communities. Our mission is to promote wellness in LGBTQ communities by providing health services, connecting people to resources, fostering arts, and building community. For more information, visit Three Dollar Bill Cinema Three Dollar Bill Cinema is a nonprofit arts organization that provides access to films by, for, and about lesbian, gay, bisexual, transgender, and queer (LGBTQ) people and a forum for LGBTQ filmmakers to share and discuss their work with audiences. Annual programs include The Seattle Queer Film Festival, Translations: Seattle Transgender Film Festival, Three Dollar Bill Outdoor Cinema and Reel Queer Youth. For more information, visit