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Gay film fest to screen 'Joshua Tree, 1951: Portrait of James Dean' Wednesday at Botanical Garden

From the Miami Gay & Lesbian Film Festival:

HBO LATIN AMERICA PRESENTS:
MIAMI GAY & LESBIAN FILM FESTIVAL’S
MONTHLY MOVIE SERIES “GLOW MIAMI”
 
“JOSHUA TREE: 1951 A PORTRAIT OF JAMES DEAN”
 
Pre-Screening Reception and Meet & Greet with Filmmaker Matthew Mishory

Rain or Shine.  In Case of Rain, the Screening Will Move Indoors at the Miami Beach Botanical Garden

MIAMI GAY & LESBIAN FILM FESTIVAL MONTHLY MOVIE SERIES: “GLOW MIAMI”

The Miami Gay & Lesbian Film Festival starts up its monthly movie series “GLOW Miami” (Gays & Lesbians on Wednesdays) by presenting “Joshua Tree: 1951 A Portrait Of James Dean,” directed by Matthew Mishory.

Part portrait, part love story, part road trip exposé, “Joshua Tree: 1951” presents an intimate, untold portrayal of James Dean and those closest to him. Illustrated through dreamlike sequences that jump back and forth in time, the film melds historical and fictionalized accounts of Dean’s life to depict an icon-in-the-making who is at once childlike and world-weary; brutish and romantic; playboy and sensitive; all wrapped up in complicated sexuality.

Wednesday, September 19, 2012
6:00 p.m. Cocktail Reception
8:00 p.m. Screening
Miami Beach Botanical Gardens
2000 Convention Center Drive
Miami Beach, FL, 33139

Advanced:  $15 Members / $20 Guests
Box Office: $20 Members / $25 Guests
 
+ $2 transaction fee per order
 
Tickets are available here.
or 800-927-0939

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