Get Reel! and Q-Wave goes to the movies [NewFest]

June 7, 2008

Come and escape from the heat wave with Q-Wave Friday June 13th when we partner with NewFest for the screening of the Japanese lesbian film “Love My Life”! Meet at the new NewFest lounge (HK Lounge, 405 W 39th Street between 9th and 10th Aves) at 7:00pm, and we’ll mosey on over for the 8:00pm movie. Don’t have a ticket yet? E-mail us ASAP at to reserve your spot… we still have a limited number of discount tickets!

There are also still discount tickets available for “Drifting Flowers”. For this movie, meet at the theater at 5:15pm the day of!!

We are also partnering on “Drifting Flowers” (Taiwan, 2008) and “The Amazing Truth About Raquela” (Iceland, 2008), both showing the next day, Saturday June 14th, at 5:45pm and 8:00pm, respectively. Plus, we support “Envisioning Justice” (Taiwan & US, 2008) (listed under “Simply Love”) on Sunday June 15th at 3:30pm, a documentary on fabulous member and past speaker Pauline Park.

Finally, other relevant films include:
“Searching 4 Sandeep” (Australia, 2007), Sat 6/7 at 3:45pm
“It’s Over” (South Korea, 2006), part of “Girl Next Door” shorts, Sun 6/8 1:15pm and Sat 6/14 10:15pm
“Don’t Go” (US, 2007), Tues 6/10 at 8:15pm
“When I Become Silent” (Japan, 2007), Thu 6/12 at 6:00pm
“I’m Jin-young” (South Korea, 2006), part of “Miss Education” shorts, Sat 6/14 at 3:15pm
“The Bath” (South Korea, 2007), precedes “Amazing Truth” Sat 6/14 at 8:00pm

All movies are playing at the AMC Loews 34th Street Theater at 312 W 34th Street at 8th Avenue. For synopses on the above films and other information, go to


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