Their union was tested, however, by their tradition-minded families and the rigors of Israeli life. Unfortunately the video's pliant, uncritical tone spills over into hero worship; the absence of critical or even ambivalent voices results in a limited, somewhat coercive portrait. In Hebrew with subtitles. By Leah Pickett Advance tickets can be purchased from 10 to 6 weekdays and noon to 5 Saturday at Chicago Filmmakers, N. FC Landmark's Century Centre, 3: Retrieved May 31,
The subject matter largely compensates for the bland visuals; especially interesting are the reminiscences of some of the veteran officers, who risked their jobs and, in some instances, their lives when coming out several decades ago.
Reeling: the Chicago Gay And Lesbian International Film Festival
This page was last edited on 26 Octoberat The talking-head format of Todd Ahlberg's minute video documentary about gay cruising online is unoriginal, but most of the heads are worth a listen as they offer varying explanations for why gay men are turning to the Internet for sex in increasing numbers. Into the Spider-Verse St. Set in the mids, this dramedy with vibrant musical numbers artfully explores issues of sexuality, patriotism, and the power of individuality — all set to a throbbing new wave beat. An important documentary on an underreported subject:
Roughly a dozen characters roam trendy Dublin locales searching for love, but supposedly like goldfish they have short memories and learn little from experience. Clark, or anytime at www. The film poses questions about gender and power while echoing the original's critiques of marriage, religion, and social conformity. Breasts dance to music in a variety of rhythms in Ingrid Wilhite's deliciously ridiculous Hooter Polka, which is enhanced with a surprise ending of equally delightful "outtakes. Jan Padgett's Sticks and Stonesan effective antibigotry video for kids. In this merry romantic comedy, tall drink of water Antonio and his cuddly bear of a boyfriend Paolo happily cohabitate in Berlin and are finally taking the plunge. Lee and Dawn Mikkelson explores the fallout from her congregation's momentous decision, which defied the Evangelical Lutheran Church in America's prohibition against ordaining noncelibate gay and lesbian clergy.