Film News: Reeling 31, Chicago’s LGBT International Film Festival, Opens With ‘G.B.F.’

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CHICAGO – The second oldest LGBT Film Festival is right here is Chicago, loud and proud, as “Reeling 31” has its opening night on November 7th at Chicago’s Music Box Theatre. And what better film to open the festivities than “G.B.F.” – which of course stands for “Gay Best Friend” – directed by Darren Stein (“Jawbreaker”) and featuring Megan Mullally, Horatio Sanz and Natasha Lyonne.

G.B.F.
’Reeling 31’ Opens November 7th with Director Darren Stein’s ‘G.B.F.’
Photo credit: ReelingFilmFestival.org

The Reeling film festival is in its 31st year, and has an incredible line-up of films, events and parties from November 7th-14th. Theater venues include the historic Music Box Theater and Logan Theatre, plus Chicago Filmmakers, Block Cinema in Evanston (Illinois) and the south side’s DuSable Museum. Click the link below to check out the entire line-up of happenings.

“Reeling 31,” Chicago’s LBGT International Film Festival, runs from November 7th-14th. For film, events and ticket information click here.

HollywoodChicago.com senior staff writer Patrick McDonald

By PATRICK McDONALD
Senior Staff Writer
HollywoodChicago.com
pat@hollywoodchicago.com

© 2013 Patrick McDonald, HollywoodChicago.com

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