Reeling announces the winners of the 38th annual Reeling: The Chicago LGBTQ+ International Film Festival. The festival was held virtually this year from September 24 to October 7 and the event included 39 programs with films from 21 countries. The festival featured 31 Q&As with filmmakers which have been recorded and can be viewed here. We would … Continue reading “Reeling: Chicago LGBTQ+ Int’l Film Fest award winners”
Reeling will celebrate its 38th anniversary this fall with a new virtual edition of the second-oldest LGBTQ+ film festival in the world. Showing 30 features, 54 shorts across eight shorts programs from 21 countries, Reeling will offer home viewers access to new films not currently available on commercial streaming platforms. Over the course of 11 days – … Continue reading “Reeling LGBTQ+ International Film Festival lineup”
The 38th edition of Reeling: The Chicago LGBTQ+ International Film Festival will be held as an online virtual event. Festival Dates: September 24 – October 4, 2020 Chicago Filmmakers, the presenting organization of Reeling, made the decision to go virtual amid the uncertainty surrounding the reopening of cinemas and an increase in cases of COVID-19 … Continue reading “Reeling: Chicago LGBTQ+ Int’l Film Festival goes virtual”
Today, Thursday May 14th, The Indie Film Town Hall met to discuss the future of production in Illinois. The panel included Christine Dudley (IPA) Angie Gaffney (IFA), Peter Hawley (Illinois Film Office), Anthony Kaufman (Chicago International Film Festival Industry) Brenda Webb (Chicago Filmmakers), Colette Ghunim (Mezcla Media Collective). The discussion was led by Angie Gaffney, … Continue reading “Chicago Filmmakers hints at Reeling festival going virtual”
The annual LGBTQ+ fest will screen work by Lilly Wachowski, Jesús Canchola Sánchez, Michael Cicetti, Wendy Jo Carlton, Laura Madalinski, and more Reeling, Chicago’s LGBTQ+ film festival, will host international, national and local actors and filmmakers at its 37th edition, unspooling September 19-29 at Music Box Theatre, Landmark Theatres’ Century Centre Cinema and Chicago Filmmakers. … Continue reading “Reeling to showcase a load of Chicago-connected films”
From ‘Shiny Shrimps’ to ‘Scream Queen,’ the annual Windy City tradition promises to entertain, inspire, amuse, arouse and break a few hearts Reeling, the second-oldest LGBTQ film festival in the world and a beloved Chicago cultural institution for more than 35 years, kicks off fall with an exciting slate of movies that showcases the diversity … Continue reading “2019 Reeling LGBTQ film festival”
The program’s 31 features and 19 shorts — each one a Chicago premier — will screen through the 30th The 36th edition of Reeling — the world’s second-oldest LGBTQ film festival and a beloved Chicago cultural institution — will launch its presentation of 31 features and 19 shorts with a party and screening of Freelancers … Continue reading “Reeling LGBTQ+ Int’l Film Fest opens tomorrow”
Chicago writer/director Wendell Etherly’s feature, Market Value, will premiere at The Reeling: Chicago LGBTQ+ International Film Festival on September 25. The powerfully emotional drama tells the story of Audrey Stewart (Jules Bruff), a professional nurse living comfortably with her wife, who is abruptly forced to confront the circumstances that forced her to give up her … Continue reading “Wendell Etherly’s “Market Value” premieres at Reeling”
Elizabeth Collins, Odd Machine’s LA-based executive producer, has a short film screening in the 33rd Reeling: LGBTQ+ International Film Festival opening Thursday night, Sept. 17 through Sept. 24.
Reeling Film Festival, founded by Brenda Webb of Chicago Filmmakers and now in its 32nd year, opens Sept. 18 at the Music Box and runs through Sept. 25. About 100 films will screen at the Landmark Century Center Cinema and Chicago Filmmakers, with the Music Box hosting opening night.
FOUNDER BRENDA WEBB is back at the helm of Reeling: Chicago LGBT International Film Festival, after she took it on hiatus in 2012 to retool and focus on development work, which is paying off with Chicago Filmmakers’ forthcoming move into the Ridge Avenue Firehouse.
THE 29th REELING: Chicago International Lesbian and Gay Film Festival opened Nov. 4 with “Children of God,” an interracial romance between two men in the Bahamas against the backdrop of religious furor over the 2004 launch of Rosie O’Donnell’s gay family cruise ship. The juried festival runs now through Nov. 13 and screens 54 films from among 550 global entries. This year, submissions came in from 24 different countries including one from a Hong Kong filmmaker ? a festival first, said Angelique Smith, festival spokesperson.
THE 29th REELING: Chicago International Lesbian and Gay Film Festival opened Nov. 4 with “Children of God,” an interracial romance between two men in the Bahamas against the backdrop of religious furor over the 2004 launch of Rosie O’Donnell’s gay family cruise ship.
The juried festival runs now through Nov. 13 and screens 54 films from among 550 global entries.
This year, submissions came in from 24 different countries including one from a Hong Kong filmmaker ? a festival first, said Angelique Smith, festival spokesperson.