LUCKY DAY It’s a lucky day Friday, October 13 — the Pacific Northwest premiere of ‘Something Like Summer’ when it screens at TWIST, Seattle’s Queer Film Festival, and the hometown of screenwriter and producer Carlos Pedraza and executive producer Tom Ly.
CHICAGO’S REELING International Film Festival is the world’s second-oldest LGBT festival, celebrating its 35th anniversary this year, screening ‘Something Like Summer’ on Saturday, September 23 at 9 p.m.
WORCESTER, Mass. — ‘Something Like Summer’ launches the first qFLIX Film Festival in Worcester, Mass., not far from Boston, on Thursday, September 14, at 7:30 p.m., at the historic Hanover Theatre.
BACK TO CALIFORNIA — ‘Summer Like Summer’ returns to Southern California as the Friday night feature at the Long Beach QFilm Festival on September 8. The film will screen at 9:15 that night.
HOMECOMING — The film comes “home” to Austin for its Texas premiere on September 10, where much of the movie is set.
NEVADA’S JUKEBOX on Aug. 15 International Film Festival honors singer-actor Grant Davis.
BEST ACTOR Ben Baur won Best Actor at Oklahoma’s GLITTER LGBT Film Festival. ‘Summer’ was also a finalist for Best Feature and Best Director.
CLOSING FEATURE ‘Something Like Summer’ screens at the Rhode Island International Film Festival Aug. 8-13.
MEMPHIS, TENN. – ‘Something Like Summer’ screens Sept. 9 at the Outflix Film Festival, bringing the film to the Mid-South, which includes parts of Tennessee, Arkansas and Mississippi.
DELIGHTFUL! Outfest Los Angeles screens ‘Something Like Summer’ July 15, with many cast and crew attending. The festival is considered the world’s premier LGBT festival.