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Jeremy Butler <[log in to unmask]>
Mon, 23 Sep 1996 17:13:50 -0500
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PopcornQ is a lively, colorful online area for movie aficionados and
professionals alike.  The site includes:
x a full range of continually updated reviews
x information about thousands of films and videos
x hundreds of film stills and posters
x easy to search movie databases with full production details
x sources for both home video purchase and classroom/non-theatrical
x live chat and message boards for professionals and fans
The site also includes a wide array of resources to serve the needs of
anyone who loves lesbian and gay cinema:
x networking areas for film buffs, filmmakers and film festival
x listings of new theatrical and home video releases, as well as monthly
television listings
x a huge directory of lesbian and gay film festivals
(now more than 80 worldwide)
x directories of film and video distributors, alternative funding
sources for
filmmakers, and online listings for queer media professionals
 On the lighter side, PopcornQ regularly polls gay and lesbian media
professionals for their personal favorites, and compiles celebrity top
ten lists.
(Did you know that John Waters' favorite film is The Wizard of Oz?)
Please take a moment to check out our site.
All the best,
Scott Noble
Web P.R. Assistant, PopcornQ
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