Wednesday, September 14, 2011

Reverend's Preview: Q Film Fest 2011 Has Something for Everyone

Some of the biggest hits on this year’s GLBT festival circuit as well as a number of area and even world premieres will highlight the Long Beach Q Film Fest, running September 16-18 at the Art Theatre and The Center Long Beach. An overview of the event schedule runs below:

FRIDAY, SEPTEMBER 16:
5:00pm - FIT at the Art Theatre
7:15pm - TOMBOY at the Art, preceded by the short film LUST LIFE
8:00-10:30pm - OPENING NIGHT PARTY at The Center
9:15pm - JUDAS KISS at the Art, followed by Q&A with the filmmakers and cast members
11:30pm - After party at Paradise


SATURDAY, SEPTEMBER 17:
12:30pm - INSPIRED: VOICES AGAINST PROP 8 at the Art, followed by Q&A with the filmmaker and participants.
1:00pm - I AM at The Center
2:45pm - WOMEN IN SHORTS Short Film Program at the Art
3:00pm - BE A WOMAN at The Center
5:15pm - MEN IN BRIEFS Short Film Program at the Art
7:30pm - CHO DEPENDENT at the Art
8:00-10:30pm - SATURDAY NIGHT PARTY at The Center
9:15pm - LEAVE IT ON THE FLOOR at the Art
11:30pm - After party at Paradise


SUNDAY, SEPTEMBER 18:
12:00pm - PHOTOS OF ANGIE at the Art, preceded by the short film CHARLOTTE and followed by Q&A with the filmmaker.
12:45pm - BISEXUAL REVOLUTION at The Center, followed by discussion.
1:45pm - WE WERE HERE at the Art, preceded by world premiere of the short film UB2
4:00pm - LONGHORNS at the Art, preceded by the short film COUPLE’S THERAPY
6:00pm - WISH ME AWAY at the Art
7:00-9:30pm - CLOSING NIGHT PARTY at The Center
8:00pm - HOLLYWOOD TO DOLLYWOOD at the Art, followed by Q&A with filmmakers.

Please visit the fest's official website for complete details and to purchase tickets.

UPDATE: Congratulations to this year's winners of the Long Beach Q Film Fest:

Best Picture – Feature Film: LEAVE IT ON THE FLOOR
Best Director – Feature Film: CELINE SCIAMMA for TOMBOY
Best Screenplay – Feature Film: JUDAS KISS
Best Documentary: PHOTOS OF ANGIE
Best Short Film – Drama: TSUYAKO
Best Short Film – Comedy: YOU MOVE ME
Best Director – Short Film: MELISSA OSBORNE for CHANGE

Preview by Rev. Chris Carpenter, resident film critic of Movie Dearest and the Blade California.

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