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QFest a forum for ‘stories that deserve to be told’

Proctors GE Theater patrons get comfy — some on couches up front — for a screening at this past year’s QFest.
Proctors GE Theater patrons get comfy — some on couches up front — for a screening at this past year’s QFest.
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Schenectady may end up being the first real test for producer and writer Mark Jones’ new film “Tennessee Queer.” The indie comedy, about a gay man who returns to his small hometown in Tennessee and organizes the city’s first gay pride parade, has already screened at various gay and lesbian film festivals, including its world premiere screening at the Philadelphia QFest in July. The film has also screened to positive response in Memphis, Tenn., where ...

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nadajooksing
February 28, 2013
8:11 a.m.

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Actually, director James Rasin was at the festival in 2011 to present BEAUTIFUL DARLING, his terrific documentary about Warhol "superstar", Candy Darling.

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