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WCQ591 The 2014 Reeling LGBT International Film Festival

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Fall is officially here in Chicago. Amy is very excited about the LGBT International Film Festival coming to Chicago September 18th thru September 25th.

Guest: Reeling Program Director Alexandra Ensign joins Amy on this Queercast. Alexandra fills us in on the over 100 movies (feature length and short films) that will be included in the 32nd GLBT International Film Festival this year. Opening night will feature trans actress Michelle Hendley starring in the romantic comedy, Boy Meets Girl. There are many films for both women and men, documentaries, and the venues include the Landmark, Chicago Filmmakers and the Music Box Theater. For tickets, film schedules and more information on the weeklong festival visit www.reelingfilmfestival.org.

Music Featured on This Queercast:Banks - "Beggin' for Thread" and Annie the Musical - "Let's Go to the Movies"

Photo Credit:Reeling Film Festival PR Photo




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