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LGBT film festival, Festival de la Luna (The Moon Festival), starts 16 September in Valencia, Spain

The LGBT themed film festival, Festival de la Luna (The Moon Festival), which takes place from 16 to 25 September, will be screening 14 feature films and 21 short films in Valencia, Spain. Other events are the opening ceremony and the closing ceremony. The awards include Best Feature Film, Best Script, Best Actor and Best Actress. The English translation of this website is not perfect and there are two terms they didn’t bother translating so I will do it for them here.

Acto Inaugural = Opening Film
Acto de Clausura = Closing Film

Source: http://www.festivaldelaluna.org/2011/inicio.htm

Trailers of Some movies in this Film Festival:

Bear City (USA)

Young handsome men like older bears. I wrote a bit about the sequel of this flick yesterday. Roger (Gerald McCullouch) and Tyler (Joe Conti) first meet and start their romance in this movie.

Buffering  (UK)

Two young men, Seb (Alex Anthony)and Aaron (Conner McKenzie), are broke after they spend beyond their credit card limits. Aaron shoots some sex scenes of himself and Seb and sells them online.  He makes a fortune. When Seb finds out they agree to share the profits until they are back in the black.  Their friend Jem joins and they rake in more cash.

Source: http://buffering-movie.com/

Je Te Mangerais (Highly Strung) (France)

The literal translation of this film is I Will Eat You, which makes sense to me. Medical student Emma (Isild Le Besco) and her roommate, classical pianist Marie (Judith Davis), have an intense relationship, which includes sex. Marie’s attraction for the dominant, Emma, is strong but Marie also wants to leave Emma because of her nastiness. Marie tries to end their relationship but Emma won’t let her. How will this end?

Sources: http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Je_te_mangerais http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=5pKQqe7sYHc

Violet Tendencies(USA)

40-year-old Violet (Mindy Cohn) is single and looking for the man of her dreams, but, except for a female friend, all her friends are gay men and she always hangs out in gay venues. How will she find her man?

You Should Meet My Son (USA)

A woman from the south of the US (Joanne McGee), tries to find her son (Stewart Carrico) a wife. When she realises that her son is gay, she tries to find him a husband and does a lot of crazy things while she’s at it.

Source: href: http://www.imdb.com/title/tt1615916/

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