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Hate Crime to be shown again in Chicago.

The last LGBT "Reeling" film festival included the murder mystery, Hate Crime. Sponsored locally by Gay Liberation Network, the film played only once before a sold out audience at the Century Landmark Theater. Contacted by Reeling managers, and with less than one month to opening night, GLN has agreed to act as the local liaison, to assist in facilitating a limited commercial run in Chicago.

The commercial run will begin May 11, and will last for one week.

A gala opening will feature an acoustic performance by Ebony Tay composer of Hate Crime music. Actor Seth Peterson will attend, and some other special guests are being "worked" and may appear at Opening Night as well. Opening Night will conclude with a question and answer session. GLN will benefit financially from its promotional efforts.

Hate Crime is a powerful film that highlights not only the bigotry with which we must all contend, but a resolute response to murder that some may find shocking and most will find thought provoking.

Please feel free to access the film's web site at http://www.hatecrimemovie.com/

Information on tickets will be available shortly. Stay tuned.


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