Blood Moon's Guide to Gay and Lesbian Film

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Blood Moon Productions, 2007 - Performing Arts - 475 pages
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More of what you've come to expect from Blood Moon's ongoing series of guidebooks devoted to the previous year's production of Gay and Lesbian Films, with a completely different and expanded roster of films from those reviewed within Volume One. Blood Moon's series on GLBT film was designated as winner of a Bronze IPPY Award (2007) from the Independent Publishers Association of America, and received an Honorable Mention (2007) and a nomination for Best GLBT Nonfiction Title of the Year (2008) from Foreword Magazine. In 2008, it received an honorable mention from the Book Of The Year competition conducted annually in Los Angeles by the Hollywood Book Festival. Blood Moon's guides to GLBT film are produced by the same writing team that produces many of the widely distributed Frommer Guides to the tourist scenes of Europe and The Caribbean. The Frommer Guides are an imprint of John Wiley and Sons.

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About the author (2007)

Darwin Porter and Danforth Prince otherwise fill their time as co-authors of many of THE FROMMER GUIDES, the best-selling travel guides in the world. The compilation of this guide to films seems, at least to them, like a logical extension of a career otherwise devoted to a different kind of guidebook. Darwin Porter is also an entertainment columnist and radio interviewee with a wide international following, and a respected author of celebrity biographies which have included award-winning looks at the lives of Marlon Brando, Howard Hughes, Katharine Hepburn, Humphrey Bogart, and Michael Jackson.

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