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14th Annual EROS Film Festival ready to kick

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 14th Annual EROS Film Festival - From Iran to Ganymede: Strange Encounters, Best Friends and Family Ties   Out Film CT, the organizer of Connecticut’s two annual LGBT film festivals, is pleased to announce the line-up for the 14th EROS Film Festival, which takes place Nov. 7 – 11 at Cinestudio, on the campus of Trinity College. The event is sponsored by EROS (Encouraging Respect Of all Sexualities), Trinity’s gay/straight student alliance, and showcases a broa...

Connecticut Gay & Lesbian Film Festival full lineup announced

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  A vivid rainbow of genres, topics, voices and viewpoints will be shared in the 25th season of the Connecticut Gay & Lesbian Film Festival, taking place June 1-9 during LGBT Pride Month.  Cinestudio at Trinity College is the site for this milestone season, except for dual closing night screenings at the Connecticut Science Center and Wadsworth Atheneum Museum of Art in downtown Hartford.   "We wanted our 25th season to be a blockbuster, and the selection committee ...

Out Film CT receives the New Haven Pride Center's Dorothy Award

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Out Film CT, the nonprofit cultural organization that presents the annual Connecticut Gay and Lesbian Film Festival, will be honored with the New Haven Pride Center's Dorothy Award in March. The Dorothy Awards are presented each year to organizations and individuals for outstanding contributions to the LGBT community. Out Film CT's award recognizes the organization for creating the state's largest LGBT cultural event, for using the art of film to educate, entertain  and enlighten audien...

Connecticut Gay & Lesbian Film Festival Awards

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Winners of 24th Connecticut Gay & Lesbian Film Festival Awards AnnouncedOut Film CT wrapped up the 24th Annual Gay & Lesbian Film Festival on Saturday, June 4th, with The Green earning the Audience Award for favorite feature film. Over 2,000 attendees from all over Connecticut and beyond enjoyed a wide selection of exceptional feature films, shorts and documentaries during the 10-day festival at Cinestudio, located on the beautiful campus of Trinity College in Hartford. Out Film CT is pleased ...

Connecticut Gay & Lesbian Film Festival to celebrate its 24th year this May

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  Out Film CT is pleased to announce that the Connecticut Gay & Lesbian Film Festival is celebrating its 24th year this May.  Throughout the year Out Film CT brings informational and entertaining lesbian, gay, bisexual and transgender (LGBT) films to the region.  As part of the organization's mission to present timely films on topics relevant to the LGBT community, Out Film CT has shown documentaries, shorts, and full-length feature films on gay marriage, overturning California's Prop...

Connecticut Gay & Lesbian Film Festival is celebrating its 23rd year this May

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Out Film CT is pleased to announce that the Connecticut Gay & Lesbian Film Festival is celebrating its 23rd year this May, bringing to the region a wide range of lesbian, gay, bisexual and transgender (LGBT) documentaries, shorts, and full-length feature films.  The festival runs from Thursday, May 27th through Saturday, June 5th, 2010.   "The screening committee has been working diligently since August to pull together a great line-up of films for this year's festival...

11th Annual EROS Film Festival coming sooon!

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11th Annual EROS Film Festival : Wednesday, Nov. 4 – Sunday, Nov. 8, 2009at Cinestudio at Trinity College, 300 Summit St., Hartford, CTTicket Prices: $8 general admission; $7 students & seniors; FREE for Trinity Student & Staff with proper IDOut Film CT, organizer of the CT Gay & Lesbian Film Festival, and EROS (Encouraging Respect Of all Sexualities), the Trinity College student organization, present the 11th EROS Film Festival from Nov. 4th through the 8th including 4 evening and 2 matinee p...

Connecticut Gay & Lesbian Film Festival higlights

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  Out Film CT is pleased to announce that the Connecticut Gay & Lesbian Film Festival - a fixture in the state's cultural landscape - is celebrating its 22nd year this May, bringing to the region a wide range of documentaries, shorts, and full-length feature films. "We've had twenty-two years to build a strong foundation in the community, which allows us to present a major cultural event that continues to grow each year," said Shane Engstrom, Director of this year's festival. ...

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...

Winners of Connecticut G&L Film Fst

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The award winners of the 21st Connecticut Gay & Lesbian Film Festival:Best Feature - Audience Award1st Place - XXY (Dir: Lucía Puenzo)2nd Place – Were the World Mine (Dir: Tom Gustafson)3rd Place – The World Unseen (Dir: Shamim Sarif)Best Documentary - Audience Award1st Place – She’s a Boy I Knew (Dir: Gwen Haworth)2nd Place – Marriage Makes a Word of Difference (Dir: Fran Rzeznik)3rd Place – Call Me Troy (Dir: Scott Bloom)Best Short - Jury Award1st Place – Mano-A-Mano (Dir: Todd ...

Out Film CT Names New Director

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Out Film CT, producer of the Connecticut Gay & Lesbian Film Festival, has elected Shane Engstrom as its new Director. Engstrom succeeds Dan Millett who is stepping down after 11 years as the leader of the state’s oldest Film Festival. He brings over 6 years’ experience as Secretary of the organization. In addition, he has organized the wonderful parties that are a hallmark of the Festival, developed our website and done a lot of outreach to other organizations. Millett will stay on in an ...

Connecticut Gay & Lesbian Film Festival wrapped 20th

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Thanks to enthusiastic audiences, the 20th Connecticut Gay & Lesbian Film Festival was a great success. Held on June 1-9 at Cinestudio in Hartford, we had over 2,500 attendees from all over Connecticut and beyond who gathered for an event that was truly exceptional! Our audience enjoyed a variety of extraordinary programming-including short films, powerful documentaries and exciting feature films-- all unique to our Festival. In addition, we hosted three directors (Casper Andreas, Gene Graham...

Hartford does The Cinema Café June 1 & 2 and 8 & 9

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Once again this year, the Cinema Café will run on select nights. This is an opportunity to meet up with your friends a little early and grab a bite to eat before the show. The open air café is located, directly in front of the entrance to Cinestudio theater on the grounds of Trinity College. In the event of rain, the café will be moved into a location inside the theater building. The neighborhood restaurants participating this year are Park Road Deli and Alchemy Juice Bar Café. Park Road...

EROS Film Fest will be held at Cinestudio Trinity College

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Wednesday, Nov. 8 through Sunday, Nov. 12, 2006 Cinestudio 300 Summit St. Hartford, CT Once again, the EROS Film Festival will be held at Cinestudio on the campus on Trinity College. This co-production of Out Film CT, the producers of the CT Gay & Lesbian Film Festival, and EROS (Encouraging Respect of Sexualities), the Trinity College student organization will showcase exciting new films and documentaries about the lesbian, gay, bisexual and transgender community. Now in its eighth year, this ...

"Queens" reigns at the 19th Connecticut G&L Fest

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The 19th Connecticut Gay & Lesbian Film Festival ended its nine day run with over 2,000 enthusiastic viewers, entertaining films, wonderful parties and an exciting silent auction. The Connecticut Gay & Lesbian Film Festival is happy to announce the winners of the Audience and Jury Awards from the film festival. The new Spanish feature Queens (Reinas) by director Manuel Gómez Pereira won the Audience Award for Best Feature Film (www.queens-themovie.com). Laughing Matters. . . More! by Andrea ...

Connecticut Gay & Lesbian Film Festival

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The 19th Connecticut Gay & Lesbian Film FestivalJune 2 - 10 at Cinestudio in Hartford, CTInfo: www.ctglff.org P: (860)586-1136The crowds will be milling, tongues will be wagging and cameras flashing. It can only mean one thing: the 19th Connecticut Gay & Lesbian Film Festival is happening! For 9 fabulous days, Cinestudio in Hartford, CT will be showcasing the latest and best in LGBT film. Every year people from all over New England come to this celebration of Pride on film. Enjoy LGBT films, doc...

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