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Documentary Filmmaker PJ Raval's Next Subject Revealed Itself Before He Knew It.

  Dennis/Dee   By Mike Takeuchi   Photos by Mike Simpson for BEFORE YOU KNOW IT   (In addition to directing TRINIDAD and his most recent film BEFORE YOU KNOW IT, filmmaker PJ Raval was the cinematographer for the 2008 Academy Award nominated documentary TROUBLE THE WATER.  Raval took some time out of a hectic film festival-filled week to speak with Filmfestivals.com.)  On a June night in 2009 while celebrating the world premiere of his and co-director Ja...

Interview with director Scud

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Scud Interview (Love Actually… Sucks!) Posted on June 25, 2011 by Le Anne Lindsay Q: When it comes to love, sex and relationships, What do you hope our QFest audience will take away from this film (Love Actually… Sucks!) ? Scud: I reckon many audiences may find sympathetic experience from their own love. To me the film is a vibration, a sign, an exclamation to what love is and means to our life, and the fact that passion is often very fateful, as the shopkeeper...

QFEST (Philly's Gay & Lesbian Film Festival) July 7-18, 2011

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Director Mark Bessenger Answers Q-Questions Posted on June 23, 2011 by Le Anne Lindsay We sent out a missive to all our QFest Film Directors to Answer 3 Questions for our QBlog. Mark Bessenger, Director of Bite Marks was the first to respond! Q: What was the first LGBT film you ever saw?  Did you watch it openly or in secret? MB: A gal pal of mine in college rented My Beautiful Laundrette, then gave it to me, saying she wasn’t going to have time to watch it, ...
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