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    For the Boys: Paul Etheridge-Ouzts' "HellBent"

    Though it's far from the "first gay slasher film," as it has been momentously touted (hello? "A Nightmare on Elm Street 2: Freddy's Revenge" anyone?), Paul Etheridge-Ouzts's "HellBent" might be the first horror movie that's quite so unapologetically gay-friendly. Serial killer films have been chocka...

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    Making A Family Sex Comedy: A Conversation with Olivier Ducastel and Jacques Martineau

    For several years, Olivier Ducastel and Jacques Martineau have been writing and directing distinctive films that take a sunny disposition on what are generally serious issues. Their first collaboration, "The Adventures of Felix," is about a gay man who leaves his lover to find a makeshift family on ...

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    IFC Films Joins Weinsteins "Transamerica" Release

    IFC Films has announced plans to partner on the release of Duncan Tucker's "Transamerica" with The Weinstein Company (TWC). IFC will jointly release the film, starring Felicity Huffman as a pre-op transsexual, debuting it at the new IFC Center in downtown Manhattan. In the film, Huffman's character ...

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    TLA Releasing to Take "Beverly Kills" to Theaters in Mid '06

    TLA Releasing has acquired rights to Damion Dietz's comedy, "Beverly Kills," the company announced Monday. The film caught the attention of TLA reps during the recent Philadelphia International Gay and Lesbian Film Festival (which TLA is a primary sponsor) and the deal, brokered through New Media En...

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    5 Questions for Jennie Livingston, Director of "Paris Is Burning" and "Who's The Top?"

    When I first saw "Paris Is Burning" in Los Angeles in 1991 it blew me away. Not counting Michael Moore's "Roger & Me," it was the first true documentary, in this case a portrait of a group of New Yorkers who were part of the ball scene, I had ever seen in a movie theater. After it came out on vi...

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