(QUEER FILM) Tonight brings two good opportunities to celebrate the 10th anniversary of the Seattle Lesbian and Gay Film Festival. At 5:15 pm, there's Beautiful Thing, the 1996 homo heartwarmer that was the very first film ever shown at the fest (presented tonight for the bargain price of $3). At 7:30 pm, there's Unveiled, Angelina Maccarone's new drama charting an Iranian lesbian's flight from persecution to a new life in Germany, where she goes undercover as a man. (Both films at the Cinerama, 2100 Fourth Ave. Beautiful Thing, 5:15 pm, $3. Unveiled, 7:30 pm, $10. For tickets, see ticketwindowonline.com or call 206-325-6500.)