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For now, some of the most compelling and hard-hitting LGBTQ cinema exists in short films. From tackling the homophobic world of football, to a teacher exploring the sex party scene in New York City, they are touching upon real life emotions that your local Odeon is probably little way off from showing anytime soon.
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Free Fall (German: Freier Fall) is a 2013 German drama film directed by Stephan Lacant who also wrote the script with Karsten Dahlem, and starring Hanno Koffler, Max Riemelt, and Katharina Schüttler. The film tells the story of police officer, Marc Borgmann (Koffler), who lives with his pregnant girlfriend, Bettina Bischoff (Schüttler). Whilst on a training course, Borgmann meets fellow police officer, Kay Engel (Riemelt), and a romance develops between the two men. Borgmann is torn between his love for Bettina and his new found feelings for another man. When Engel disappears for a while, Borgmann realises his life is rapidly going into "free fall", as he cannot meet the high expectations of the people he knows.
On May 19, 2015, Max Riemelt confirmed that planning about a possible sequel to Free Fall was underway. In late 2016, the website freefall2.com was launched to inform the audience about the conception of a potential sequel. Independent producers kurhaus productions are planning to produce a sequel Free Fall 2 with the same main cast and Stephen Lacant as director. The projected budget of three million Euros will be financed by crowdfunding. The campaign began on March 19, 2017 on Indiegogo.
In its ninth annual edition, the Q! Film Festival (www.q-munity.org/) will showcase 150 films from more than 20 countries including France, Japan and the Philippines, highlighting such issues as gay rights and HIV/AIDS.
Join us for QUEERING THE CANON: TOTALLY RADICAL, a five-day retrospective series that shines a spotlight on rebellious queer films that deserve increased recognition for their contribution to the queer canon. See the lineup and get tickets!
The R&J Project , one of three areas of focus at Fairfield University for 2009-2010, initiates a university-wide, multidisciplinary exploration of the many situations, characters, events and repercussions experienced in Shakespeare's " Romeo and Juliet ." The R&J Project , made possible through a generous grant from the College of Arts and Sciences Board of Advisors at Fairfield University, will feature panels, films, lectures and an art exhibition. It will culminate in April with nine performances of Theatre Fairfield's daring and contemporary approach to Shakespeare's timeless play directed by Barbra Berlovitz, one of three founders of the Tony Award-winning theatre company Theatre de la Jeune Lune. Sonya Berlovitz, an accomplished costume designer and painter will design the costumes for the production. Many of the R&J Project events are free and open to the public. All R&J Project events are a feature of Fairfield University's 2009-2010 Arts & Minds Series. Events commence Thursday, Feb. 11 from 6:00-7:00 p.m. with a panel of five University professors who will discuss "Women in Shakespeare": Professor Elizabeth Haas (English and Women's Studies) introduces the topic and moderates; Professor Richard Regan (English), Professor Robert Epstein (English), Professor Patricia Behre (History) and Professor Lynne Porter (Theater) discuss the role of women in the Bard's work, viewed from the vantage points of each discipline. Professor Porter's topic, "Who's Wearing the Pants?" focuses on the effects of cross-gender casting; Professor Regan's focus is young heroines in Shakespeare. Next, a " Romeo and Juliet Film Festival" begins on Tuesday, Feb. 16 at 7:30 p.m. These events will be held in the Multimedia Room at the DiMenna-Nyselius Library and are free and open to the public. The first in the three-film series, "The Bubble" (2006) is a film about an Israeli man who falls in love with a Palestinian man in Tel Aviv. "The Bubble" is an award-winning Israeli film directed by Eytan Fox and co-written by Fox and Gal Uchovsky. It stars Ohad Knoller as Noam, an Israeli soldier who is completing his army reserve duty at a border checkpoint when he meets Ashraf, a handsome Palestinian played by Yousef Sweid. Set against a tense political backdrop, the film explores the impact of cultural taboos surrounding Middle Eastern gay relationships as well as the impossibilities Jews and Arabs face when attempting to co-exist. There is humor mixed with painful realities as Ashraf's secrets are exposed on both sides of the border with tragic consequences. Philip Bahr, Reference and Media Librarian will present the film and will join Professor Haas, who is also a professor of New Media and Film, and members of the LGBT Alumni Association and Alliance for a talkback following the screening. The Office of Student Diversity Programs at Fairfield University sponsors the film. Tuesday, Feb. 23 at 8:00 p.m., the film festival continues with Baz Luhrmann's "Romeo + Juliet" (1996) starring Leonardo DiCaprio as Romeo and Claire Danes as Juliet. An all-star cast including John Leguizamo as Tybalt, Pete Postlethwaite as Father Laurence, Paul Sorvino, Brian Dennehy, Paul Rudd, Miriam Margolyes, Christina Pickles and Diane Venora, supports the star-crossed lovers. Professor Regan, a Shakespearean expert, introduces the film. Professor Haas returns to lead the talkback following the film. The film series ends on Tuesday, March 2 at 7:30 p.m. with Leonard Bernstein's "West Side Story" introduced by music Professor Laura Nash. The Tony Award-winning musical, currently running on Broadway in a highly praised revival, was based on Shakespeare's "Romeo and Juliet" and is set in New York City in 1957. Stephen Sondheim was the lyricist and Arthur Laurents wrote the book. Professor Haas and Rev. Mark Scalese, S. J., assistant professor of new media, conclude the event with a talkback following the film. To see a complete list of R&J Project events, visit www.fairfield.edu/cas/randj_events .
The wetting properties of spin-coated films of copolymers based on azobenzene and fluorinated units have been investigated. The copolymers, denoted as poly(Azo-co-AcRf6), have been synthesized by free-radical polymerization of different proportions of acrylate monomers bearing either an azobenzene group or a semifluorinated side chain. The UV-visible spectroscopy analysis of the different spin-coating films through a cycle of UV and visible light irradiation indicates the reversible trans-cis isomerization of azobenzene groups. Simultaneously, atomic force microscopy shows that surface roughness does not exceed 1 nm. Advancing and receding contact angles of water and diiodomethane have been measured before and after UV photoirradiation of the different surfaces. In particular, a decrease in the advancing contact angles has been observed upon trans-cis isomerization of azobenzene groups. Switching variations up to 50 have been evidenced without any introduction of surface nanoroughness. Surface free-energy evaluations have been deduced from these measurements, including dispersive and polar components. The results show that, through surface composition and UV photoirradiation, a large range of surface free-energies can be obtained, from 7 to 46 mNm(-1).
Toscano will perform his critically acclaimed one-man satire, "Doin' Time in the Homo No Mo Halfway House: How I Survived the Ex-Gay Movement," at 6:30 p.m. Tuesday, Oct. 17 at the SIUC Student Center Auditorium. The event is free and open to the public.
The month-long event is set for Trueblood and Lentz Dining Halls. Students can share and gain from anonymous, raw, honest and uncensored statements about the GLBT environment at SIUC placed on free expression boards.
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