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Tyler Posey, Amy Hill and Quentin Lee - Justin Martin, Harry Shum Jr., Tyler Posey, Amy Hill, Quentin Lee, Ellie Wen Saturday 21st July 2012 The 30th Annual Los Angeles Gay & Lesbian Film Festival presents the premiere of ' White Frog'

Tyler Posey, Amy Hill and Quentin Lee
Guests, Tyler Posey and Directors Guild Of America
Guests, Tyler Posey and Directors Guild Of America
Tyler Posey, Amy Hill and Quentin Lee
Tyler Posey, Amy Hill and Quentin Lee
Tyler Posey and Directors Guild Of America

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Ethan Mao Review


Weak
Have you ever wanted to pistol-whip your father? Of course you have, and the chance to see someone do it on-screen is pretty much the only reason to bother with Ethan Mao, an amateurish, no-budget tale of a gay teen's revenge on his uncaring family.

Tossed out of his comfortable suburban So-Cal home when his wicked stepmother finds a gay stroke mag under his bed, 18-year-old Ethan Mao (Jun Hee Lee) hits the streets to become a hustler. After all, how else is a gay teen supposed to make a living? Work at Starbucks?

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Drift Review


OK
All the best nutcases live in L.A.

Ryan (Reggie Lee) is a Candian emigrant struggling as a screenwriter and working days in the least-patronized cafe in Los Angeles. He's apparently fallen out of love with his three-year boyfriend Joel (Greyson Dane), and just when things can't look any bleaker, he encounters a guy who has to be his soul mate, Leo (Jonathon Roessler). Not only is Leo a fellow expressionless, gay, Canadian writer living in L.A., he also loves budget horror films and thinks a love affair between a serial killer and a young boy is romantic. If these two aren't meant for each other, who is?

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Shopping For Fangs Review


Excellent
Truly bizarre, this collaboration between Quentin Lee (Drift) and Justin Lin (Better Luck Tomorrow) traces werewolfism amongst the Los Angeles Asian community, while a wallflower housewife is stalked by a blonde, sunglasses-clad waitress. The connection between the two stories is less inspired than it should be (and the werewolf piece is far more compelling), but this super low-budget indie stands out as one of the best unseen flicks in recent years.
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