Black Alphabet Film Festival is screening our documentary “Out On The Tracks” on Day 4 Matinee. This will be the Midwest premiere! Get your Tickets
Out On The Tracks Documentary
Black Alphabet Film Festival
Sunday, July 26 2015
Center on Halsted
3656 N Halsted St, Chicago, Illinois 60613
He’s Got a Way (Billy Joel)
Someone to Watch Over Me (George Gershwin & Ira Gershwin)
He Heals Me (India Arie)
Nature Boy (Eden Ahbez)
Over the Rainbow (E.Y. Harburg & Harold Arlen)
Twelfth of Never (Jerry Livingston & Paul Francis Webster)
OutVoice just informed me that He’s Got A Way is also on the OutVoice Song Chart, do you think we can take another song from “Made To Love Him: Celebrating Love” to #1? Vote now!
Thank you for all your votes, we are #2 this month on the OutVoice Album Chart and I just found out that we have 3 songs on the chart as well. Do you think we can get another #1? Vote now!
Now in its 11th year, “Painting the Spectrum,” SASOD’s annual lesbian, gay, bisexual and transgender (LGBT) film festival, opens this Tuesday, June 2. This year the film festival moves to a new venue, SASOD’s office, located at 169 Charlotte Street, Lacytown, Georgetown for eight entertaining evenings of thought-provoking films.
From June 2 to 25, patrons are invited to enjoy screenings every Tuesday and Thursday; the dates to remember are June 2, 4, 9, 11, 16, 18, 23 and 25. Showtime is 6 pm every evening.
A documentary by Guyanese-American songwriter and singer, Nhojj, and a romantic drama are slated to open this year’s festival. The documentary, “Out on the Tracks” – features Nhojj’s ground-breaking “Made to Love Him” recording sessions which affirm lesbian, gay, bisexual and transgender (LGBT) relationships. This gentle and soul-soothing documentary explores themes of love, hope and self-acceptance, the recording process and the power of music. The movie, “Shank”, is a gritty coming-of-age drama about secrets, sex, acceptance, love, loyalty and conflict that threaten friendships and destroy relationships. Read the full article