GLN to Co-Present Film at Reeling 2005, Chicago's Lesbian & Gay Film Fest
The Gay Liberation Network has been chosen to co-present a new film, "Hate Crime," at this year's Reeling 2005: Chicago's Lesbian and Gay Film Festival, 9:45 pm this Friday, Nov. 4th at Landmark's Century Centre Cinema, 2828 N. Clark Street (just north of Diversey). Named among "the fest's best" by this week's Chicago Free Press, "Hate Crime" tells the story of a cute gay couple planning a commitment ceremony when the son of hateful preacher moves in next door...
Here is a description of the film from the folks at Reeling 2005:
"Robbie and Trey, a handsome gay couple, really do have it all -- loving friends and family, a beautiful home in the suburbs, and the promise of marriage and kids on the horizon. All that changes when Chris Boyd, son of a notorious homophobic pastor, moves in next door. But things are not as they seem in this intelligent murder mystery with a suspenseful plot that will keep you guessing until the end. The acting is superb all-around, with a supporting cast that includes Cindy Pickett, Susan Blakely, Bruce Davison, and Giancarlo Esposito, among others. Directed by Tommy Stovall, US, 2005 Video, 106 min."
Check out all of the film fest's offerings at www.reelingfilmfestival.org or call the festival hotline at 312.458.9691. "Reeling 2005: The 24th Chicago Lesbian and Gay International Film Festival" opens November 3rd and runs through November 12th. The second-oldest festival of its kind, Reeling will screen a variety of lesbian and gay films from around the world. This year Reeling will screen 130 films and videos from 16 countries, to be presented in 67 different programs. Reeling's opening night gala will take place November 3rd at the Music Box Theatre (3733 N. Southport Ave.). The festival continues at four venues: Landmark's Century Centre Cinema (2828 N. Clark St.), Chicago Filmmakers (5243 N. Clark St.), and Columbia College's Film Row Cinema and Third Floor Theatre (1104 S. Wabash Ave.).