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Brother to Brother

Sparkles from Spork and Bear hugs and Semper Fi close Los Angeles Outfest

On a warm cuddley night under the stars in Hollywood's John Anson Fordtheatre "Spork" brought cheers and applause for this teenage comedy dealingwith the trials and tribulations of a 14 year hermaphrodite who danced into our hearts. The 28th year of Outfest brought out the best special programs ever andthe judges had so many difficult decisions in picking the winners from the poolof talent and the Marine motto Semper Fi is also fitting so the winners are:  Special Pr...

Philadelphia G&L awards

The Philadelphia International Gay and Lesbian Film Festival, produced by the Philadelphia Film Society, ended its two-week run up and down Broad Street with the announcement of winners of its Jury Competition and Audience Awards, a closing night screening of Craig Lucas’ THE DYING GAUL, and a final marathon of “Festival Favorites” the following evening. FESTIVAL AWARDS: At the Closing Night Ceremony on July, 18, Philadelphia Film Society Executive Director Thom Cardwell and Pennsylvania F...

Another G&L Fest award for Brother to Brother

PHILADELPHIA INTERNATIONAL GAY AND LESBIAN FILM FESTIVALENDS ITS TENTH YEAR WITH AWARDS AND CELEBRATIONSThe Philadelphia International Gay and Lesbian Film Festival ended its tenth year by announcing the winners of its Jury Competition and Audience Awards at its Closing Night Ceremonies: Jury Competition:Best Feature Film – BROTHER TO BROTHER, directed by Rodney Evans; this film has now won major awards at the top leading gay and lesbian film festivals in the country: New Festival (New York)...

OutFest announces its 16 awards

OUTFEST ANNOUNCES FILM COMPETITION WINNERS July 13 to 19Outfest, one of the world's largest gay and lesbian film festivals and the largest film festival in Southern California, has announced its coveted 10th Annual Film Competition Awards, in which 16 competitive film awards were announced in three categories: Grand Jury Awards, Audience Awards & Special Programming Awards. Outfest 2004, the festival's 22nd edition, featured 220 films and videos from 22 countries, exhibited in nine venues ov...

Outfest G&L Fest in La

Outfest to Screen Highlighted Winners During Largest Gay & Lesbian Film FestivalOutfest 2004 Los Angeles is one of the largest lesbian and gay film festivals. With a year round screening program and many support projects throughout the year. This seasons Outfest will run from July 8th to July 19th with in the city of Los Angeles. Premieres, parties, sing-a-long screening and a host of filmmakers will be a part of one of the best G & L Festivals in the industry.To be able to screen top award-w...

Think Pink: Miami G&L Fest

THINK PINK: THE MIAMI GAY AND LESBIAN FILM FESTIVAL 2004Miami, a city of vibrant pastel colors, was showing off its pink as it celebrated the 6th edition of the Miami Gay and Lesbian Film Festival (April 23-May 2). The event brought out Miami’s colorful and diverse gay community (and friends) to a showcase of films from the US and overseas, with a special caliente dash of the best of gay and lesbian Latin films.Programmed by Carol Coombes, formerly of the London Gay and Lesbian Film Festival, ...

Miami Gay & Lesbian award winners

6TH ANNUAL MIAMI GAY & LESBIAN FILM FESTIVAL April 23 - May 2Festival winners were announced at the closing film ceremony held at the Regal Cinemas in Miami.Best FeatureBrother to Brother, directed by Rodney EvansInvokes the glory days of the Harlem Renaissance through the memories of Bruce Nugent, who co-founded the revolutionary literary journal Fire!! with Langston Hughes, Zora Neale Hurston and Wallace Thurman. As an elderly man, Nugent meets a gay, African-American teenager in a homeless sh...

Brother To Brother surprise film at Miami G & L Fest

As MGLFF's 2004 Program was going to press, we left a surprise screening slot open on Saturday, April 24th at 9:30p, for what we promised would be a major new title. Well, here it is!Brother To Brother, Rodney Evan’s first narrative feature, which took two years to research and six years to bring to fruition, was a deserving winner of a Special Jury Prize for "passion in filmmaking" at the recent Sundance Film Festival. Evan’s forays into the history of the Harlem Renaissance, moves beyond...