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Line-up of the 23rd Connecticut Gay & Lesbian Film Festival

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  Out Film CT is pleased to announce the line-up of the 23rd Connecticut Gay & Lesbian Film Festival, beginning Thursday, May 27th and spanning 10 days through Saturday, June 5th.  The festival kicks off this year with the world premiere screening of Casper Andreas' new romantic comedy Violet Tendencies, starring Mindy Cohn of "The Facts of Life" fame in the title role.  Vice President Suzanne Shayer points out, "Our festival has continued to grow in prominence on the f...

Outfest Los Angeles gay & L fest awards

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Outfest, the Los Angeles-based nonprofit organization dedicated to nurturing, showcasing and protecting lesbian, gay, bisexual, transgender and queer (LGBTQ) media, held its 14th annual film competition awards ceremony on July 20 at the John Anson Ford Amphitheatre. A total of 17 Outie Awards were distributed before the packed house of festival goers, celebrity guests and presenters, and Outfest 2008 filmmakers. The presentation of awards was followed by the Los Angeles premiere of Tom Gustaf...

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 ...

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...
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