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Regent Releasing and Here Films will launch a trio of new feature films through a special film series presented by Gay.com from April 9th through April 13th at Sunrise Cinemas Gateway 4 in Fort Lauderdale.   The split triple bill will include “Misconceptions,” “Watercolors” and “Murder in Fashion.” Although they all are gay themed movies, they are very different and all excellent in their own regard. Expected to attend opening weekend screenings is director of “Misconceptions,” Ronald Satloff and writer and director of “Watercolors,” David Oliveras.

Regent Releasing and Here Films will launch a trio of new feature films through a special film series presented by Gay.com from April 9th through April 13th at Sunrise Cinemas Gateway 4 in Fort Lauderdale.   The split triple bill will include “Misconceptions,” “Watercolors” and “Murder in Fashion.” Although they all are gay themed movies, they are very different and all excellent in their own regard. Expected to attend opening weekend screenings is director of “Misconceptions,” Ronald Satloff and writer and director of “Watercolors,” David Oliveras.

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MISCONCEPTIONS

Stars A.J. Cook, Orlando Jones, David Sutcliffe and David Moscow. Directed by Ronald Satloff.

 

Unrated

 

95 minutes.

A religiously conservative, married Southern woman whose marriage is strained from the loss of their child receives a message from God instructing her to act as a surrogate mother for a married gay couple – a Jewish doctor and an African-American dance choreographer. All hell breaks loose when the African-American man shows up unexpectedly at her deep-South home to micro-manage her pregnancy and refuses to leave.

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WATERCOLORS

 

Stars Tye Olson, Kyle Clare, four-time Olympic Gold Medalist Greg Louganis and two-time Golden Globe Award-winner Karen Black. Written and directed by David Oliveras.

 

Unrated
114 minutes.

 

When a gifted, young artist (Danny) arrives at the opening of his first New York exhibition his erotic paintings evoke memories of his first love (Carter), a troubled athlete whose depression and self-denial impacted all those around him.  Through a series of flashbacks we see Danny and Carter struggle with their mutual attraction. With the encouragement of three strong and very different women, Mrs. Martin, a free-spirited art teacher, his best friend, Andy (love her), a young girl with a severe physical impairment, and his mother, Miriam, a recovering alcoholic, Danny learns to use his creativity to transcend his grief.  Fifteen years later, Danny is faced with the possibility of losing Allan, his current lover, unless he keeps his promise to never paint the boy again.  The film evokes the question: Do first loves ever leave you?

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MURDER IN FASHION

Stars Jonathon Trent, Robert Miano, Stacey Dash and Cerina Vincent. Directed by Ben Waller.

 

Rated “R”

 

90 minutes.

In this ripped-from-the-headlines drama, gay party regular and aging boy toy Andrew Cunanan is forced to face the fact that his looks are fading and he is getting older, but he refuses to grow old gracefully. Instead, Andrew begins a murderous journey across the country from San Diego to Miami, killing anyone that gets in his way.  FBI agent Harry Spalding is close on his tail, but even he cannot stop Cunanan from killing fashion designer Gianni Versace before shooting himself in the head on a Miami houseboat. Jonathan Trent gives a chilling and accurate performance that is a must see!

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