[OutVoice] "Pride On Screen 2006"

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                           THIS WAY OUT
                the international gay & lesbian radio magazine
                    Program #979 - the week of 01/01/07
       (hosted by Greg Gordon and produced with Lucia Chappelle)
  From "Brothers and Sisters," "Dante's Cove," "Noah's Arc," and many
 more on the small screen to "3 Needles," "Red Doors," "Strangers With
    Candy," "Shortbus," "Quinceanera," and several others on the big
  screen, award-winning entertainment reporter Steve Pride recalls the
    queer moving images that moved him most during the past year in
                          "PRIDE ON SCREEN 2006"

 NOTE: Our regular "NewsWrap" segment returns on next week's program.

* Another tumultuous year in the global struggle for LGBT equality was also 
reflected on big and small screens during the past 12 months.  Our 
award-winning entertainment reporter STEVE PRIDE has consummate clips, and comments by 
their creators, as he recalls some of the queer moving images that moved him most 
during the past year in "Pride On Screen: 2006."  Included: from the small 
screen, clips from the American Broadcasting Company's TV series "Brothers and 
Sisters" and "Ugly Betty"; a fond farewell with a clip from the finale of 
NBC-TV's "Will and Grace"; clips from LOGO's "Nemesis Rising" and "Noah's Arc"; 
here!TV's "Dante's Cove," "Deadly Skies," "Hellbent," and "In Her Line of Fire";  
and from the big screen, comments by writer/director Thom Fitzgerald and a 
clip from his "3 Needles"; writer/director Georgia Lee and a clip from her "Red 
Doors";  writer/director Paul Dinello and co-writer/star Amy Sedaris and clips 
from their "Strangers With Candy";  writer/director Brian Sloan and clips 
from his "WTC View";  writer/director Douglas McGrath and a clip from his 
"Infamous";  director Auraeus Solito about his "Ang Pagdadalaga ni Maximo Oliveros 
(The Blossoming of Maximo Oliveros)";  director Nicholas Hytner and a clip from 
his "History Boys";  writer/director Francois Ozon about his "Le Temps Qui 
Reste (Time to Leave)";  writer/director John Cameron Mitchell and a clip from 
his "Shortbus";  and writers/directors Richard Glatzer and Wash Westmoreland and 
a clip from their "Quinceanera" [www.prideonscreen.com].
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