Great news for #KissMeKillMe, which will be the opening night film on June 3rd at #FilmOutSD , the San Diego LGBT Film Festival scheduled at the Observatory from June 3rd to June 5th, 2016. Congratulations guys!
While surfing the net, we found a real treat for #GaleHarold's fans: a video from 2001! On May 7th 2001 Gale attended the 16th Annual Lucille Lortel Awards for Outstanding Achievement Off-Broadway at the Lucille Lortel Theatre in New York, hosted by Brooke Shields and Alan Cumming. Brooke Shields introduced Gale and George Morfogen, who was at the time Gale’s costar in Uncle Bob, as “Actors who move with grace and elegance back and forth between television and theatre”, and then she called the two actors on the stage. After George’s short speech Gale, visibly shy and almost blushing, introduced the winner of the Outstanding Featured Actress Award for 2001: Julianna Margulies for "Ten Unknowns". Here is the video: enjoy! (Gale from 33:40)
We also made some screencaps. Feel free to use them, but don’t forget to credit our website for both the video and the screencaps.
On April 7 #TheGreenBench will be screened at the Crown Plaza Times Square Ballroom in New York, as a finalist for the Global Short Film Awards. The films receiving the award will be also screened in Cannes. Click on the image below for more info.
We've just learned that Mia Bays' mother Barbara has passed away last November 23rd and we'd like to give her our condolences. We also know that Gale, who is a very close friend of Mia and her family, attended the memorial yesterday in London. Mia shared on her Facebook several photos of her mother's memorial, but we decided that we won't share images of such a private and emotional event.
A few days ago Diane Sherlock entered the semifinals at the Nashville Film Festival for #TheGreenBench's script and today she's made the finals, as announced on the film's official Twitter and Facebook. Click on the banner below for the complete list of the films which made the finals at the Festival.