ANATOMY OF A LOVE SEEN

Exploring love, in all its painful and messy glory. Six months ago, actresses Zoe (Sharon Hinnendael) and Mal (Jill Evyn) fell for each other at exactly the same moment in time while filming a love scene. After five blissful months together, Zoe was devastated when Mal walked away. Three miserable weeks later, a very lucrative network broadcast deal was in the works. They only had one request – re-shoot the love scene. Welcome to the set.

Marina Rice Bader’s new film is totally unique and stunningly acted…like her, the film is raw, genuine and warm…put it on your must-see list – Lesbian.com

Anatomy of a Love Seen will leave you gasping for air…crying in parts, laughing in others…a brilliant showing – Cin4Lez

Join us on Saturday, September 13th, 7:00 PM @ UNCSA for this 2014 drama/romance, written and directed by Marina Rice Bader, who appears in the movie as Kate. Also starring Constance Brennerman (Anna). Tickets are $7.00 ($6.00 seniors/students) and will be available beginning at 6:15 PM in the ACE lobby. Running time of 90 minutes.

LIVING IN THE OVERLAP

Living In The Overlap trailer from Cindy Hill on Vimeo.

On Saturday, October 11th, in collaboration with Green Street United Methodist Church and Pride Winston-Salem, we will screen the 2013 documentary, LIVING IN OVERLAP, in the sanctuary of Green Street United Methodist Church, 639 S. Green Street in Winston-Salem.

LIVING IN THE OVERLAP, the inspiring story of Lennie Gerber and Pearl Berlin, was written by Mary Dalton and directed by Mary Dalton and Cindy Hill.

For over 40 years, Lennie and Pearl have shared a passion for social justice and for each other. Now, the indelible spark of their love inspires many others as they fight for their right to marry in North Carolina.

We are incredibly excited that Lennie and Pearl will join us for the screening and a Q & A! There is no admission. Donations will be accepted for Green Street UMC.

For more information on this wonderful film, please visit www.lennieandpearl.com. Hope to see you OUT at the Movies!

ACE!

Our partnership with the U.S.T.A., the Winston-Salem Open and Shiv Paul was a smashing success! Thank you to everyone who joined us on short notice for the cocktail party, screening of QUEENS AT COURT and Q & A with Shiv. Shiv was thrilled with the turnout and the quality of questions and comments at the Q & A. He said that the event in Winston-Salem far exceeded his expectations and topped similar events in D.C. and Toronto. Way to go Winston!

Stay tuned for details on an encore screening of QUEENS AT COURT!

A HUGE thanks to ALL of you who helped celebrate the 10th anniversary of OUT at the Movies by attending our screenings of A LAST FAREWELL & THE WAY HE LOOKS. We sold out UNCSA’s Babcock Theatre and had a sizable audience in Gold! Check back for information on encore screenings of both films.

THE WAY HE LOOKS

Not every love happens at first sight.

Leonardo is a blind teenager dealing with an overprotective mother while trying to live a more independent life. To the disappointment of his best friend, Giovana, he plans to join a foreign exchange program. When Gabriel, a new student in town, arrives at their classroom, new feelings blossom in Leonardo making him question his plans.

This is a wonderful, not to be missed movie! I cried, I yelled, I laughed…All in one single movie. It’s a must-watch! The ending is classic and touching!

In Portuguese with English subtitles/running time of 95 minutes.

A LAST FAREWELL

A LAST FAREWELL is both a calm and upsetting portrait of an aging author’s sorrow over the death of his long time partner. Haunted by visions of his late husband, and in conflict with his daughter who is trying to renew the ties between them, he must tackle the nearly impossible task of moving on and finding peace in the wake of a devastating loss.

Written and directed by Casper Andreas (GOING DOWN IN LA-LA LAND) and produced by David Färdmar.

In Swedish with English subtitles/running time of 12 minutes.