CHICAGO’S REELING Film Festival, the second-oldest international GLBT fest, celebrates its 30th anniversary with a screening of Judas Kiss on Monday, November 7.
“We’re thrilled Chicago is screening the film, even after its nationwide DVD release,” said writer-producer Carlos Pedraza. “Judas Kiss looks and sounds great on a big screen, and we’re glad Chicagoans will get to see it that way.”
This year, films are featured at six different Chicago area theatres. The festival runs Thursday, November 3, through Saturday, November 12, 2011 and will include 60+ screenings.
Judas Kiss is scheduled to screen at 9:15 p.m. on November 7 at Landmark’s Century Centre Cinema, 2828 N. Clark St. in Chicago.
ABOUT THE FESTIVAL From award-winning international feature films to social documentaries to experimental shorts, Reeling has always presented a range of genres that demonstrate the rich diversity of work being produced. Not only has Reeling become one of the most important cultural events for Chicagoans, it also attracts LGBT people from throughout the Midwest who consider the festival to be the highlight of their cinematic year.