Posts Tagged ‘Film festival’

Bruce Vilanch Special Guest At Shreveport’s 3rd Annual North Louisiana Gay & Lesbian Film Festival

Tuesday, August 16th, 2011

Shreveport Times
Gay & Lesbian Film Festival passes now on sale
Aug. 16, 2011

Festival passes for the 3rd Annual North Louisiana Gay & Lesbian Film Festival are now on sale.

The festival, presented by People Acting for Change and Equality, is set for Sept. 16-22 at the Robinson Film Center in downtown Shreveport, featuring celebrity guest Bruce Vilanch.

The festival pass is $95 and includes admission to the opening reception with Vilanch on Sept. 16; the opening screening of “Get Bruce” featuring an introduction before and discussion after with Vilanch; a stand-up comedy performance with Vilanch on Sept. 17; and screenings of “Undertow,” “Wish Me Away,” “Hollywood to Dollywood,” “Leave it on the Floor,” “The Will Be Done” and a collection of original short films. Read More

Bruce Vilanch To Be Celebrity Guest At The PACE Annual Film Festival

Saturday, August 6th, 2011
Shreveport Times

PACE announces third annual film festival

People Acting for Change and Equality’s 3rd Annual North Louisiana Gay and Lesbian Film Festival is set for Sept. 16-22 at the Robinson Film Center

7:23 PM, Aug. 5, 2011

People Acting for Change and Equality’s third annual North Louisiana Gay and Lesbian Film Festival is set for Sept. 16-22 at the Robinson Film Center.

This year’s celebrity guest will be Bruce Vilanch, a six-time Emmy winner and one of Hollywood‘s most sought-after comedy writers, best known as a celebrity panelist and head writer for “Hollywood Squares.” Read More

“An Evening With Bruce Vilanch” (8pm Sat June 4) Fort Worth

Wednesday, June 1st, 2011

Fort Worth Weekly

Q Cinema Turns 13

by Jimmy Fowler

Q Cinema, the Fort’s gay and lesbian film organization, will present its 13th annual international film festivalThursday June 2 through Sunday June 5. All screenings will take place at the Rose Marine Theatre. Visiting actors and directors are scheduled to participate in Q & A’s after many of the screenings.

Opening night flick is Caspar Andreas’ Going Down in La-La Land (2010), about the comical and desperate choices of young actors trying to stay afloat in Hollywood. Closing night offers the Southwest premiere of J.T. Tepnapa’s Judas Kiss (2011), about a troubled filmmaker who returns to judge a film festival at his alma mater and encounters a life-changing mystery. Read More

Bruce To Appear In “Carol Channing: Larger Than Life”

Wednesday, April 6th, 2011

Canyon News
Carol Channing Honored On Film
Posted by Tommy Garrett on Apr 5, 2011 – 8:54:45 PM

HOLLYWOOD—The Tribeca Film Festival (NY) spotlighted the film by multiple Tony® Award winning director/producer Dori Berinstein entitled “Carol Channing: Larger Than Life” last month in Manhattan.

Among those who appear in the film are (partial list only) – Barbara Walters, Lily Tomlin, Tommy Tune, Chita Rivera, Sam Harris, Bruce Vilanch, Debbie Reynolds, Jerry Herman, Bob Mackie, Angela Lansbury, Loni Anderson, Tyne Daly, Tippi Hedren, Phyllis Diller, Rip Taylor, etc. There is also a very special moment with Carol’s former roommate, the now late Betty Garrett. Read More

Gay and lesbian film festival (feat. Bruce Vilanch) greets its 15th year

Friday, August 6th, 2010

The News & Observer

Published Fri, Aug 06, 2010 02:00 AM
Modified Fri, Aug 06, 2010 12:40 AM

Gay and lesbian film festival greets its 15th year

When a festival has been around as long as the N.C. Gay and Lesbian Film Festival has, it doesn’t have to hunt down film selections anymore. No, sir – the films come to it.

And it appears that a lot of films are coming to this year’s festival, which runs next week at the Carolina Theatre in Durham. More than 300 films were submitted, and 73 were chosen. Read More

Chicago’s first Great Gay Screenplay Contest

Friday, July 30th, 2010


Screenwriters take note: Saturday is the deadline for Chicago‘s first Great Gay Screenplay Contest. (The judging panel includes Oscars joke writer Bruce Vilanch.) The winning scripts will receive staged readings in November as part of Reeling: The Chicago Lesbian and Gay International Film Festival. For more info go to