From the Miami Gay & Lesbian Film Festival:
The 10-day festival will kick-off on Friday, April 27th with the Opening Night Gala presentation and North American Premiere The Picture of Dorian Gray at the Gusman Center for the Performing Arts in downtown Miami. Banish all notions of Merchant Ivory from your heads, as the 10-day event commences with a new vision of Oscar Wilde’s classic fable of the quest for eternal youth directed by Duncan Roy (genius director of the smash-hit “AKA”). Continue to the fabulous Opening Gala after party at the Bank of America Tower Sky Terrace. Flooded in decisively luscious orange light, the building will light up the Miami skyline announcing the anticipated arrival of the 2007 MGLFF season. Watch as this Miami monument comes to life with an ultra sensory experience of sound, vision, entertainment, food, drink and camaraderie. This is the evening of the year when South Florida and the GLBT film industry come out in force to mix, mingle, twist, twirl and celebrate the vast diversity and human experience comprising the rich fabric of our community - woven onto the silver screen. (Director Duncan Roy will attend the screening to discuss the film with the audience).
For a complete schedule of films, click here.
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