Reel Q: Pittsburgh LGBT Film Festival is programmed and presented by the Pittsburgh Lesbian and Gay Film Society and features films created by gay, lesbian, bisexual, and transgendered writers, directors, and actors. The 35th annual festival brings approximately first-run LGBT-themed full-length films and short films ranging from comedies, dramas, avant-garde, and documentaries. Today’s screening is Cicada about a young bisexual man in an interracial relationship with a new man. The film is set in New York City in 2013 against the backdrop of the Jerry Sandusky trial which causes him to confront his own trauma of being abused as a child (available at 7 p.m.). Documentary, The Dilemma of Desire, also becomes available today (5 p.m.). There are other on-demand screenings of various films over the Festival’s run. For more info on featured films visit their website. The Festival, one of the country’s longest running ones, continues through October 18.