GLAAD announced the nominees for the 31st GLAAD Media Awards honoring ‘media for fair, accurate, and inclusive representations of LGBTQ people and issues.’
End of the Century (Fin de siglo)
NAME OF FILM: END OF THE CENTURY
DIRECTOR(S): Lucio Castro
STARRING: Juan Barberini, Ramon Pujol, Mía Maestro
GENRE: Drama Film
SYNOPSIS: An Argentinian man from New York and a Spanish man from Berlin hook up by chance while in Barcelona. What seems like a one-night encounter between two strangers (played by Juan Barberini and Ramón Pujol) becomes an epic, decades-spanning relationship, which Lucio Castro depicts in a nonlinear fashion, and in which time and space refuse to play by the rules.
Portrait of a Lady on Fire and Parasite lead the film nominations for the Society of LGBTQ Entertainment Critics’ 11th Dorian Awards.
TEMBLORES, BIRDS OF PASSAGE, ROMA Among Cinema Tropical 2019 Shortlist of Best Latin American and U.S. Latinx Films
Cinema Tropical announced its Third Annual Shortlist, comprising 25 Latin American films. The list includes Roma, Birds of Passage, La Flor and Too Late to Die Young.
The 8th Annual Key West Film Festival announced its official 2019 lineup including major fall films from Noah Baumbach and Destin Daniel Cretton.
Reeling LGBTQ film festival kicks off the 37th edition in the Fall in Chicago with an exciting slate of 35 features and 13 shorts programs, nearly all of them Chicago premieres.
The 2019 Outfest Los Angeles LGBTQ Film Festival closed with the quirky Sundance film “Before You Know It,” and announced the winners of the jury and audience awards.
Lucio Castro’s directorial debut End of the Century (Fin de siglo) will have its Los Angeles premiere at the Outfest LGBTQ Film Festival on Friday, July 19.
Provincetown International Film Festival Announces 2019 Lineup + Honors for John Cameron Mitchell and Jillian Bell
The 2019 Provincetown International Film Festival announced the lineup of films, as well as special tributes for writer/director/actor John Cameron Mitchell and actress/producer Jillian Bell .
This year’s lineup for the 48th annual New Directors/New Films will introduce 24 features and 11 short films to New York audiences, with 15 films directed or co-directed by women.