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.
RIO DE JANEIRO hosts the South American premiere July 8 of ‘Something Like Summer’ at the Rio Gender & Sexuality Film Festival, one of the world’s most important LGBT festivals.
AWARD-WINNERS In its West Coast premiere, Something Like Summer took home three awards for Best Soundtrack, Best First Feature for director David Berry and Best Supporting Actor for Ben Baur.
DURHAM, N.C. Something Like Summer is one of 22 feature films chosen to screen at the 22nd annual North Carolina Gay and Lesbian Film Festival, August 13 and 14.
AHEAD OF Something Like Summer‘s Midwest premiere, the Kansas City Star published an interview with the book’s author, Jay Bell, in its feature on Out Here Now, the Kansas City LGBT film festival screening the film on June 24.
With Something Like Summer‘s West Coast premiere just around the corner, Rage Monthly, a Southern California magazine, proclaimed the film “a winner that’s shaping up to be one of the most popular entries on this year’s LGBT film festival circuit.”
The Kansas City, Mo., LGBT film festival, Out Here Now, plans to host a “hometown premiere” June 24 for Kansas-born Jay Bell, author of the novel, “Something Like Summer,” on which the film is based.
WEST COAST PREMIERE Join cast and crew at Something Like Summer‘s screening as the Boys Centerpiece film June 10 at FilmOUT San Diego’s 19th Annual LGBT Film Festival.