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Actors Vincent De Paul And James Franco Arrive At 34th Annual Frameline Film Festival In San Fran
Vincent De Paul appears in Billy Clift's "Baby Jane?" while James Franco stars in Rob Epstein and Jeffrey Friedman's "HOWL."
By: Charles Jones
Directed by the talented Billy Clift, the drag-studded recreation of the 1962 black-and-white classic “What Ever Happened to Baby Jane?” drops us back into the wacky depths of sisterly rivalry. De Paul plays the well groomed MAD MEN-esque Detective Bill Kovacks who investigates the strange, yet amusing, happenings at the home where former child star Baby Jane Hudson, who was overshadowed by her more famous sister Blanche, now holds the frail wheelchair-bound star prisoner following a mysterious automobile accident.
You can view the movie trailer here: http://www.youtube.com/
“I very much enjoyed working with Billy Clift and an amazing cast,” De Paul said. "Clift has such a vision in recreating meticulously the essence of the original ‘Baby Jane’ while creating a current spin to the story. The spirit of independent filmmakers are when actors, directors, and screenwriters come together to collaborate on a project for the sheer purpose of creating poignant, thought provoking, and art worthy features. Also we all work together because we so believe in more than the blockbuster commercial products, but our individual contributions to film world.”
You can read Variety’s review here: http://www.variety.com/
De Paul, star of “Contadora is for Lovers,” & "Groom with a View,” recently completed work in the upcoming films, "Violet Tendencies,”
Also among the notable films at FRAMELINE 34 in San Francisco was Rob Epstein and Jeffrey Friedman's "HOWL" starring James Franco who played 1950's poet/author/
“While at the festival, it was also very nice to see again fellow actor James Franco and his work in the period piece narrative "HOWL," said De Paul. “His cadence and delivery of the poem was outstanding and he embraced the role of Ginsberg with such honesty. I am very pleased that audiences are discovering these artistically historical films."
Founded in 1977, the San Francisco International LGBT Film Festival is the longest-running, largest and most widely recognized LGBT film exhibition event in the world. As a community event with an annual attendance of 60,000, Frameline is the nation's only nonprofit organization solely dedicated to the funding, exhibition, distribution and promotion of lesbian, gay, bisexual and transgender media arts.
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