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    James Franco Gets His Own Film Festival at New York's IFC Center

    New York's IFC Center will host FrancoFest, a retrospective celebrating the work of James Franco, with Franco appearing at several screenings.

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    Review: James Franco's 'Interior. Leather Bar' Does Justice To His Eclectic Artistic Ambitions

    So let's clear up a few misconceptions about this film—and of course there are misconceptions, it's a James Franco project. Firstly, "Interior. Leather Bar" is not a recreation/reimagining of the "censored," never-shown 40 minutes from William Friedkin's "Cruising," nor even footage inspired by that...

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    This Weekend, Don't Miss 'Lone Survivor' in NY and LA, Avoid 'Interior. Leather Bar'

    Amid awards season expansions, relatively light offerings hit major theaters and art houses this weekend, among them "Paranormal Activity: The Marked Ones," yakuza thriller "Beyond Outrage," "Interior. Leather Bar" and "The Best Offer." But above all, head to select theaters for "Lone Survivor," hel...

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    'Interior. Leather Bar' and 'Computer Chess' Among Cinema Eye's Heterodox Nominees

    The Cinema Eye Honors for Nonfiction Filmmaking has announced the five nominees for its fourth annual Cinema Eye Heterodox Award, sponsored by Filmmaker Magazine. The Cinema Eye Heterodox Award honors a narrative film that imaginatively incorporates nonfiction strategies, content and/or modes of pr...

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    Why I'm a (James) Franco-phile

    Sure, he's a pretentious dilettante. But the world is a more interesting place with James Franco, Multimedia Spectacular, in it.

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    NewFest Celebrates 25 Years of LGBT Film in New York City

    This year marks the 25th anniversary of NewFest, New York's LGBT film festival, and the second year the fest has partnered with L.A.'s Outfest and the Film Society of Lincoln Center. Below, you can check out a trailer of clips from films featured at NewFest 2013, available for the first time on the ...

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    Strand Releasing Nabs James Franco and Travis Mathews' Sexy Gay Pic 'Interior. Leather Bar.'

    Months after premiering at the Sundance and Berlin Film Festivals, James Franco and Travis Mathews' racy erotic drama "Interior. Leather Bar." has found a home with Strand Releasing, who acquired U.S. and select foreign rights. The film is inspired by the rumored 40-minutes of gay S&M footage ed...

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    NewFest Sets 25th Anniversary Lineup, Including 'Concussion,' 'Interior: Leather Bar' and 'Pit Stop'

    The 25th annual NewFest -- New York's Lesbian, Gay, Bisexual, and Transgender Film Festival -- has set its lineup, running for the first time in September (as opposed to early summer, as had been the case previously).

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    13 Films You Should See At Outfest 2013

    Outfest, otherwise known as the Los Angeles Gay and Lesbian Film Festival, is kicking off its 31st edition tomorrow night with a screening of David Sedaris adaptation "C.O.G." What will follow is 10 days showcasing the best LGBT cinema of the past year, which -- in something of a rare occasio...

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    Frameline Reviews: 'I am Divine,' Sedaris Adaptation 'C.O.G.,' Franco-on-Friedkin Highlight LGBT Film Festival

    Frameline celebrates its 37th birthday this year with the annual summer San Francisco film festival (June 20-30) highlighting American and international independent LGBT cinema. While gay representation in mainstream film still leaves something to be desired, we have festivals like this and LA's own...

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