[OutVoice] Pride On Screen 2014!

Greg Gordon greggordon2003 at yahoo.com
Tue Dec 30 15:39:25 EST 2014


= Happy New Year! =

"THIS WAY OUT: the international LGBT radio magazine"
Program #1,396 - distributed 12/29/14
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(hosted by Greg Gordon and produced this week with Lucia Chappelle
and Steve Pride)
Butter your popcorn and dim the houselights!
With copious clips and comments by their makers, our award-winning
entertainment reporter Steve Pride reviews some of the LGBT
moving images that moved him most on big and small screens
during the past 12 months in this annual end-of-year program,
"PRIDE ON SCREEN 2014"

- Continuing an annual year-ending program tradition, "This Way Out's" award-winning entertainment reporter STEVE PRIDE recalls some of the LGBT moving images that moved him most during the past 12 months in the 2014 edition of "PRIDE ON SCREEN". Before counting down his list of the top ten LGBT movies on the big screen in 2014, Steve singles out some of the best on the small screen - including online - with clips from "OLD DOGS & NEW TRICKS" (with comments by writer/star LEON ACORD); "THE FOSTERS" (with comments by co-creator/co-executive producer PETER PAIGE); "TRANSPARENT"; "THE NORMAL HEART"; and "SCANDAL". And with clips and comments by their makers, Steve reviews his picks for the Top 10 LGBT moving images on the big screen in 2014: "TOM AT THE FARM" (with comments by writer/director/star XAVIER DOLAN); "GETTING GO" (with a clip and comments by writer/director CORY KRUECKEBERG); "LYLE" (with a clip and comments by writer/director STEWART THORNDIKE); "STRANGER BY THE LAKE" (with comments by writer/director ALAIN GUIRAUDIE); and "THE DOG" (with clips and comments by co-director FRANK KERAUDREN).

- Quickie "TWO" I.D. by JANIS IAN + Happy Holidays/Website promo (voiced by CHRISTOPHER GAAL and CHRISANNE EASTWOOD, backed by a bluesy piano version of "Auld Lang Syne”).

- "POS 2014 on TWO" I.D. by THOM FITZGERALD + re-intro, then the rest of Steve's picks for the Top 10 LGBT moving images on the big screen in 2014: "THE IMITATION GAME" (with a clip and criticism); "PRIDE" (with a clip and comments by director MATTHEW WARCHUS); "THE CIRCLE (DER KREIS)" (with a clip and comments by co-writer/director STEFAN HAUPT); "LOVE IS STRANGE" (with a clip and comments by co-writer/director IRA SACHS); and "TEST" (with a clip and comments by writer/director CHRIS MASON JOHNSON).
[www.prideonscreen.com]
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