Phoenixville hosts Blobfest this weekend.
qFlix Philadelphia @ Prince Theater and UArts | Through July 10
LGBTQ film festival qFlix Philadelphia runs through Sunday, with more than 50 full-length films, shorts and documentaries — from Philly and far beyond — being screened at the Prince and University of the Arts’ Caplan Theater, plus qFlix events at Woody’s, Knock, Tavern on Camac, UBar, Boxers and the Sofitel. The fest closes with the East Coast premiere of rom-com Shared Rooms, with writer/director Rob Williams in attendance. Read more »
“All Woody Allen was doing was making out with 17 year olds for years and we didn’t say anything about it.”| Shutterstock.com
We’re coming to the end of the line for the 2015 edition of Sundance, with most press leaving either today or tomorrow—and most of the stars and talent having long since departed—which leaves a bit of that feeling when the lights are suddenly turned back on at the end of the party, leaving everyone still there looking around like they just woke up from a long, twisted dream. In keeping with the metaphor, let’s pull out the broom and start sweeping up the debris with a sampling of quotes—and tweets—that help to encapsulate the 2015 Sundance experience.
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It’s like you walked into the Paper Source store on Walnut Street, purchased every fine sheet of paper on display, whipped out your hot glue gun and scissors, and turned it all into animals with giant penises and vaginas. Read more »
The 2014 Sundance Film Festival kicks off today in — funny enough — Utah with a generous itinerary of LGBT flicks. And while most of us won’t have a chance to make it there, it’s worth keeping an eye on, because these films are the ones we’ll be talking about all year. We’ll probably even see a few of them at this year’s QFest. So to keep your on your gay movie game, I’ve rounded up some of the most-buzzed gay movies playing at the festival — from the documentary about trans musician Rae Spoon, My Prairie Home, to The Skeleton Twins, a comedy starring SNL alums Kristin Wiig (!) and Bill Hader. Check them out — with trailers (when available) and Sundance previews — below.
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