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Seattle, WA - The 36th Seattle International Film Festival will open on May 20 with the Seattle Premiere of the sophisticated comedy The Extra Man - directed by Shari Springer Berman and Robert Pulcini. The film will screen at Seattle's Benaroya Hall, kicking off the nation's largest film festival set to take place from May 20 through June 13, 2010. The Extra Man stars Paul Dano (There Will be Blood) as the ever-so-proper Louis Ives, a lonely dreamer who imagines…
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2009 Seattle Lesbian & Gay Film Festival Juried Awards BEST FEATURE FILM: The Man Who Loved Yngve Directed by Stian Kristiansen An unexpectedly delightful film, THE MAN WHO LOVED YNGVE tells a compelling and beautifully cinematic coming-of-age story which captures the cynicism and innocence of self-discovery. Amazing performances and solid storytelling allow Stian Kristiansen to direct a memorable and fully engaging film. FEATURE FILM HONORABLE MENTION: I Can’t Think Straight Directed by Shamim Sarif As a genre, I CAN’T THINK…
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Getting Chris Cagney, I mean Sharon Gless, to star in a lesbian-themed film is a dream come true for a generation of female TV fans. When Sharon Gless showed up in the Cinerama for the screening of the Closing Night film Hannah Free (5/8) the audience erupted. I'm sure I'm not the only Gen-Xer who wondered when she was 12 why that cop show Cagney & Lacey was just so darn transfixing... Anyways! We all heart Sharon Gless, and she…
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1. No drinking. 2. No drugs. 3. No lesbians. These were the guidelines that Pennsylvania State University's famed and successful women's basketball coach Rene Portland demanded of her student players. If Portland suspected a player of being gay, or even hanging out with women who were suspected of being gay, Portland gave them an ultimatum: either completely stop the behavior or you're off the team. Rather than being pressured, many of the Lady Lions' best players simply quit in fear…
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Count me among those who loved loved LOVED the 1999 German film Run Lola Run (no commas... she's too rushed!). It seems a little odd to make an homage to film that was neither recent enough, or actually even old enough to be considered a classic. But there you go: And Then Came Lola (5/8) is a cute lesbian take where Lola (Ashleigh Sumner), a photographer, has to rush across town (in this case San Francisco, of course) to deliver…
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Once again it's time for the Seattle Lesbian and Gay Film Festival, or as we like to call it, The Festival of the Gays! You can catch a bunch of reviews right here on the Moviepie blog once the fest starts. The festival runs October 16th through 25th, and features highlights like the Opening Night film An Englishman in New York starring John Hurt (reprising his role as Quentin Crisp), the Closing Night film Hannah Free starring Sharon Gless (LOVE.…
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