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Hey hey hey. Exciting news.

We are officially sponsoring a film in the 2013 ReelQ Lesbian and Gay Pittsburgh Film Festival.

Our film is showing Saturday, October 12, 7 PM at the Harris.

The festival kicks-off Friday night (a movie about Divine) and wraps up the following Saturay with a really fun film about a “gay best friend” and an after party at The Toomseum. We’ll have more details on the films. Please take a look now! 

(USA; 2013; 83 minutes) Director: Anna Margarita Albelo

This smart and funny 2013 American film delves into the complications a professional woman faces as she approaches middle age.

Forty-year-old filmmaker Anna is preparing to shoot a lesbian version of the groundbreaking 1962 play “Who’s Afraid of Virginia Woolf” and its brilliantly bitter tale of a marriage collapsing. But with her birthday around the corner, Anna is determined to change her life by losing twenty pounds and get a girlfriend — but things don’t necessarily happen in quite the way she plans.

The sexy and witty cast includes writer/director Anna Margarita Albelo in the title role, Carrie Preston of TV’s “True Blood,” Guinevere Turner from the popular 1994 film “Go Fish,” Janina Gavankar of TV’s “The L Word” — and a fun cameo by someone who may or may not be international star Chloe Sevigny.


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