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Sarah Waters Affinity comes to silver screen

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Fans of Tipping the Velvet (2002) and Fingersmith (2005) won't want to miss the remarkable new book-to-screen adaptation of acclaimed writer Sarah Waters' latest novel Affinity, set in turn of the century London. The film is scheduled to appear on the silver screen at the beautiful Cinestudio Theater on the campus of Trinity College in Hartford on Sunday, January 11, 2009 at 5:00 p.m. Proceeds benefit non-profit organizations Out Film CT and Cinestudio.The screening of the film Affinity is par...

Milk by American director Gus Van Sant to premiere at Göteborg

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Gus Van Sant's Milk heads massive gay section – the countdown to Scandinavia's most important film festival can begin It has now been confirmed that Milk by American director Gus Van Sant, starring Sean Penn, will get its Swedish première at Göteborg International Film Festival 2009. Milk tells the story of the first openly gay politician Harvey Milk, who lived in San Francisco and was murdered in the end of the seventies by a conservative opponent. Others actors in the much spoken about hot...

Think Pink: Gay And Lesbian Film Season in the US

 by Sandy Mandelberger, Festival Circuit Editor Friday, June 5-----While June is still celebrated as “gay pride month” in North America, the LGBT (that’s lesbian, gay, bisexual and transgender for you neophytes) film calendar actually has become a year-round phenomenon, making every season a new reason to think pink. In all, there are close to 100 separate LGBT film festivals in the U.S. and Canada. The most well-known take place in such gay meccas as New York, Los Angeles, San Francisco...

The 14th annual Heartland Film Festival awards

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The 14th annual Heartland Film Festival® concluded its nine-day run on Friday, October 21 with the announcement of the inaugural Audience Award winners and a sold-out screening of “Duma” with the film’s director and Academy Award® nominee Carroll Ballard (“The Black Stallion,” “Fly Away Home”). The 2005 Festival was a great success and brought another increase in attendance, despite a decrease in box office sales nationwide. An estimated 18,000 celebrated some of the year’s bes...

Heartland Film Festival awards End of the Spear

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For the 14th consecutive year, Heartland Film Festival® celebrated and honored some of the world’s brightest and most ambitious filmmakers at the annual Crystal Heart Awards Ceremony at Conseco Fieldhouse on Saturday. Awards and more than $100,000 in cash prizes were presented to a record 24 Truly Moving PicturesSM. Heartland announced “End of the Spear” as the $50,000 grand prize winner for best dramatic feature and presented the award and cash prize to Producer Bill Ewing, Actor Louie L...
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