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Little Love (Kleine Liebe) To Play in Munich

We were thrilled to just learn that Little Love has been selected to screen at the upcoming Verzaubert Queer Film Weekend in Munich, Germany.  We don’t yet have exact screening information, but the festival runs between April 29th and May 1st, 2011.

Thanks Verzaubert Queer Film Weekend and Munich – lots of love to you!

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Coming Soon: Little Love – limited time free screening

Check out Little Love Quentin Lee’s free weekend screening of one of his early feature films the weekend of 4/1/11 – 4/4/11:  Drift over at gay blogger site www.queerious.com.

DRIFT

We also plan to screen Little Love free for a limited time in a few weeks.

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Long Beach, Los Angeles, Tampa, Barcelona, Chicago

Little Love is approaching the last half of it’s festival life, and is currently scheduled to screen in Long Beach, Los Angeles, Tampa, Barcelona and Chicago.

We’ve been having a blast at the festivals we have been able to attend.  Great people who are very supportive; a really fun community.

Little Love has been fortunate to play both as a piece of shorts programs, as well as opening for its “big sister,” the rom-com “The People I’ve Slept With” which Quentin Lee also directed.  “People” has had great festival response, and is in a series of theatrical releases in New York, Los Angeles, San Francisco and San Jose before it runs on television on Logo some time in October.

One of the common comments about Little Love we’ve heard is that people would like to know more about the characters – one of the challenges of making a character-driven piece that features three different characters in only 10 minutes.  It’s nice that people have been engaged enough with the Andy, Markus and Rafael to want to know more of their story.

We’re in the process of making Little Love available via DVD and possibly download online, because we’ve had many of our Facebook fans who are not in a festival city ask how they can see the film.

Thanks again for your support and interest.

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Goin’ to Kansas City, Kansas City here we come!

We are thrilled to be playing the Kansas City Gay & Lesbian Film + Video Festival this Sunday, June 27th at 8:30 pm at the Tivoli Theaters!

Once again we will be playing right before our “big sister” – the very funny The People I’ve Slept With.

Hope you can come out, see some interesting films – and support the festival and our short!

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See you at Frameline34?

Director Quentin Lee, co-author and lead actor Derek Villanueva and co-author and producer Michael Turner are getting ready to head to San Francisco for the opening of Frameline34 this weekend, and the screening of Little Love at the historic Castro Theater next Wednesday, June 23, at 4 pm!

We’re thrilled to be a part of Frameline, and can’t wait to meet the organizers, people from other films, and those supporting the festival by volunteering and attending.

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Kansas City Here We Come! Show Me? We’ll show it to you!

OK, I’m sure that’s the oldest, most overused way to announce a screening in Kansas City, but I’m a sucker for an obvious reference, so sue me.

Deeeelighted to learn that we will be screening in Kansas City, Missouri at the Kansas City Gay & Lesbian Film + Video Festival on Sunday, June 27th at 8:30 pm.  The screening will take place at Tivoli Cinemas in Westport Manor Square immediately before our Director Quentin Lee’s fabulous feature “The People I’ve Slept With.”  Two very different takes on how sex impacts our lives in very fundamental ways.

We’re thrilled to be getting so many opportunities to screen at cities across the US and Internationally.  It looks like we may be included in Hong Kong in November – so just a couple more continents to book for a clean sweep.

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Screening Dates for Philadelphia Finalized!

We just received the final screening dates for Little Love at Philadelphia’s QFest.  Little Love will play immediately before its hilarious “big sister” – The People I’ve Slept With – also directed by Quentin Lee.  This is how the film played in Miami as well (in Toronto it led off the “Love ’em or Leave ’em” shorts program), and while the films are very different, we think they make a great pairing.  Little Love is a realistic slice of life that explores the impacts on close friends when the unspecified limits of an open relationship are breached as the three characters pursue their own visions for the future (most people will recognize themselves or someone they know in at least one of the characters).  People, however, is a very funny sexy comedy with an altogether different take on the impact of sex in our lives.

First Showing:

Friday, July 9th

7:45 pm

Ritz Bourse 2

400 Ranstead Street

Philadelphia, PA

Second Showing:

Monday, July 12th

5:00 pm

Ritz East 2

125 S 2nd Street

Philadelphia, PA

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European Premiere in Beautiful Barcelona!

Very excited to be a part of the Barcelona International Gay & Lesbian Film Festival this October!

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New Screening in Philadelphia

Fantastic news!  Little Love will be screening at Philly’s QFest July 8-19, 2010.  Specific dates to come.

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Thank you Miami!

We finally landed in LA at around midnight last Sunday night after an amazing time in Miami (thanks Tony and Josue for meeting us at the airport).  We met so many really cool people in Miami, and we had a chance to not only hang out with festival people, but also made it to some nice meals on Lincoln Road and Ocean Blvd, as well as spending some time at the 12th street beach and drinks at The Palace after the beach – so all in all a great little South Beach break.

Some of the highlights:

  • A special tour of the Olympia Theater at the Gusman Center for the Performing Arts from Gusman Director Margaret Lake.
  • Sipping drinks in the wading end of the pool at the Delano with Quentin, Carol and Andrea.
  • Taking Dianna through a tour of a dodgy neighborhood on our way to the opening gala after getting trapped in traffic after a Heat game.
  • Seeing our poster put up at the entry to Mova Lounge.
  • Having Little Love/The People I’ve Slept With sell out its screening Saturday night.
  • Meeting some great fans who’d learned of the film online/through Facebook and getting some great feedback.
  • Getting to know MGLFF (Miami Gay and Lesbian Film Festival) organizers, staff and key supporters.

Thanks to everyone who came to the screening, gave us feedback, and spent time with us in Miami.  You all made our world premiere an amazing experience.

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Comment on our Trailer!

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Sign our Guest Book

Thanks for visiting www.littlelovefilm.com, the official site for the short film “Little Love.”  Please sign our guest book by posting a comment!

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Poster for Miami Gay & Lesbian Film Festival

Here’s the poster for our world premiere showing at the Miami Gay and Lesbian Film Festival.

The short will play on Saturday, April 24th, immediately before another film by director Quentin Lee, the comedy “The People I’ve Slept With.”  Both films will screen at the Regal South Beach Cinemas, on screen 17 at 8 pm.  Director Quentin Lee, “People” actor Wilson Cruz, “Little Love” actor Derek Villaneuva, and “Little Love” producer Michael Turner will be on hand of the performance.

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Miami here we come!

We’re thrilled to have the premiere showing of our film at the Miami Gay & Lesbian Film Festival.

It’s funny that our Director, Quentin Lee, is mostly known for his independent gay Asian films.  In fact at our wrap party Quentin realized that this was the first film he’d done where there were no Asian main characters (which was totally coincidental, by the way).

We’re especially glad to be screening immediately before Quentin’s latest feature “The People I’ve Slept With” because the films offer a very different take on sex and sexuality.  In Little Love the themes of the fragility of human love and passion are explored as three characters who share a close bond test the limits of their maturity and open relationship, and end up hurting each other, while “People” is a hilarious take on the fertile consequences of prolific sexual activity.  Both films share the observation that human sexuality is a powerful force in our lives, but come from a very different perspective.  The juxtaposition of the films makes for an interesting experience and a great night at the movies.

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Little Love is Complete!

Film Reel 1

The wait is over, post production has been completed on Little Love.

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Also, rate the film on YouTube.

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