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October 20, 2012 Comments Off on So Many Photos From SLGFF! Views: 2030 Arts & Entertainment, Film, Media, Photos, Seattle Lesbian Gay Film Festival, Some Lovely Photos

So Many Photos From SLGFF!

Bear City 2: The Proposal screening with actor Gregory Gunter, Three Dollar Bill Cinema Executive Director Jason Plourde and actor Stephen Gurarino. Photo: Eric Gregory

Someone asked me last night, “Where are the photos from the Seattle Lesbian & Gay Film Festival“? And, I told them to check out our Facebook page to see what we have posted so far, (much more to come…AND, video!) but it also behooves me to post a few on the website with a lovely link to go see more…AND, you’re rapidly running out of time to enjoy the Festival; there are only two days left with it all wrapping up Sunday night with the Closing Night Gala film, “Young and Wild” and the big closing night party to follow at PNK Lounge at Pacific Place!

These photos are from Eric Gregory and Michael McAfoose and thanks to both for their hard work!

Fans of Bear City 2: The Proposal admire actor Gregory Gunter (far left) at the after screening party at Diesel. Photo: Eric Gregory

Director of Programming at the Seattle International Film Festival, and a programmer at SLGFF as well, Beth Barrett and friends at the Opening Night Gala for SLGFF 17 at The Social. Photo: Eric Gregory

It’s not the party for “Waxie Moon in Fallen Jewel” but the star of that film seems to be enjoying the Opening Night Gala for SLGFF 17 at The Social/Theory. Photo: Eric Gregory

SLGFF 17 movie lovers at the after party at Kaladi Brothers Coffee following the screening of “Stud Life”. Photo: Michael McAfoose

The party for the film “Invisible Men” at Purr with the director, Yariv Mozer and Purr’s beloved owner, Barbie Humphrey. Photo: Eric Gregory

Executive Director of Three Dollar Bill Cinema Jason Plourde ponders the mystery of the missing piece of cake at St. Johns Bar for the after party for “Married and Counting”. Photo: Michael McAfoose

 

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