Article Title:Out Takes is here!
Category:Movies
Author or Credit:Jacqui Stanford
Published on:27th May 2010 - 09:46 am
Published by:GayNZ.com
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Text:Get ready for some serious popcorn munching ... the Auckland leg of Out Takes: A Reel Queer Film Festival has opened at Newmarket's Rialto Cinemas. Aside from the films, there are also events after the movies every night of the festival. Organisers say they have put together a 'fantastically varied' programme – and it's now up to the community to ensure it they can continue the fine tradition of Out Takes by buying tickets to plenty of movies. Here's a guide to the first few days of the Auckland festival, wrapping up the not to be missed movies and events. An Englishman in New York Thursday May 27 7:00pm - An Englishman in New York Thirty five years after the The Naked Civil Servant, John Hurt reprises the role of Quentin Crisp.  Watch the trailer 7:00pm - And Then Came Lola Lola has one hour to get across town to save her relationship (and to save her girlfriend from the arms of another woman). Will she make it? After the Movies... THE LUMSDEN: Out Takes signature cocktail and shot, $5 wines and tap beer. CANDY BAR: Free Candy cocktail with ticket stub plus amazing DJs spinning until the early hours. Friday May 28 6:35pm - The Man Who Loved Yngve In this fresh, funny, Norwegian feature it's 1989, the Berlin Wall is about to fall and a schoolboy crush becomes a full-blown romantic obsession. 6:45pm - The Baby Formula In the beginning... sperm came from men but that's not how it happens for the lesbian couple in this mockumentary tale, pregnant with humour, memorable characters and unexpected twists. 8:25pm - Forever's Gonna Start Tonight Queer history told in the remarkable story of drag legend Vicki Marlane, still performing at 75. Drool 8:35pm - Drool A deadpan Southern tale that has it all - a dysfunctional family, an unexpected but sweet romance, a dead husband, more queers than you will know what to do with, and a road trip in a fabulous purple car! After the Movies... CANDY BAR: Free Candy cocktail with ticket stub. THE LUMSDEN: $5 house wine and beer with ticket, flamboyant cocktail special in honour of 'Forever's Gonna Start Tonight'. Saturday May 29 12:40pm - An Englishman in New York 35 years after the The Naked Civil Servant, John Hurt reprises the role of Quentin Crisp. 2:30pm - A Place to Live The moving, uplifting journey of seven lesbian and gay seniors applying for an apartment in a housing project designed for low income LGBT elders. 2:40pm - And Then Came Lola Lola has one hour to get across town to save her relationship (and to save her girlfriend from the arms of another woman). Will she make it? 4:30pm - Awakening (Boys' Shorts) From the pangs of first love to the homoerotic attractions of cowboys, the best of queer short films from around the world. 4:40pm - Translatina These candid stories told by activists, health professionals, police and trans people in Latin America, portray not only a harsh world of exclusion, but also one of incredible perseverance and hope. 6:35pm - Training Rules She had three training rules - no drinking, no drugs, no lesbians - an inspiring documentary about fighting homophobia in sport. Eating Out: all You can Eat 8:30pm - Eating Out: All You Can Eat Bawdy, hysterical, and chock-full of eye candy, this third Eating Out is another guilty pleasure. After the Movies... CANDY BAR: Female Film Idols dress-up night. Prizes for best dressed, free Candy cocktail with ticket stub or to anyone dressed up. THE LUMSDEN: $5 house wine and beer with ticket. Sunday May 30 12:30pm - Out in the Silence When filmmaker Joe Wilson announced his same-sex wedding in the newspaper of his rural hometown, it ignited a firestorm of controversy. 2:30pm - Fagbug The writing is on the car - Erin Davies makes the best of a bad situation, letting the world see and contemplate the hate speech scrawled on her vehicle. 4:10pm - An Evening With Richard O'Brien Richard O'Brien, creator of The Rocky Horror Show, is interviewed onstage - and what an entertaining performance! *This film will be preceded by the Christopher Banks directed gay short film Communication 4:20pm - Drool A deadpan Southern tale that has it all - a dysfunctional family, an unexpected but sweet romance, a dead husband, more queers than you will know what to do with, and a road trip in a fabulous purple car! 6:10pm - Little Ashes Twilight's Robert Pattinson plays young art student Salvador Dalí, in love with poet Federico García Lorca. 6:20pm - Holding Hands Craig and Shane were holding hands when they fell victim to a brutal hate crime off Oxford Street. Strella 8:20pm - Strella Farewelling his prison lover, Yiorgas is released after serving 14 years for murder. Searching Athens for his lost son, he meets Strella, a young transsexual. 8:30pm - Hannah Free Sharon Gless stars in a film about the lifelong love affair between an independent spirit and the woman she calls home. After the Movies... CANDY BAR: Free Candy cocktail with ticket stub. THE LUMSDEN: $5 house wine and beer with ticket, '20s cocktail special in honour of 'Little Ashes'. URGE is throwing an after party from 6:30pm (after An Evening with Richard O'Brien) and the director of the short 'Communication', Christopher Banks, will be speaking before the film. Tickets are availblefrom the Rialto website or at the venue Jacqui Stanford - 27th May 2010    
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