Pink Mafia Radio is a Podcast about GLBT media. You will hear reviews of queer media; from DVD's, TV, Movies and Theatre to interviews with political activists and adult entertainers. Tune in and enjoy the show!

Friday, December 07, 2007

The "Dirty Laundry" VIP Premiere party was a star studded celebration of Maurice Jamal's outstanding new film.

For many more photos from the party visit PinkMafiaRadio's Flickr page.



New York:
Clearview Chelsea 9 Theater
260 West 23rd Street (b/t 7th & 8th)*
New York, NY 10011

New York Showtimes:
11 am
1:45 pm
4:45 pm
7:45 pm
10:45 pm

Los Angeles:
Mann Beverly Center Cinemas (Inside Beverly Center)
8522 Beverly Boulevard
Los Angeles, CA 90038

Los Angeles Showtimes:
1:10 pm
4:10 pm
7:10 pm
10:10 pm


Tuesday, December 04, 2007

Opening in limited release this Friday December 7 in New York and
Los Angeles, the film stars Rockmond Dubar, Loretta Divine and Jenifer Lewis and
will be distributed widely on December 28.

The film follows the life of an African-American gay magazine writer with a near perfect life after turning his back on his southern roots by escaping to New York City--until an 11-year-old boy changes everything for him and his partner.
It is co produced by Keith Boykin and his partner Nathan Williams.
Supermodel and TV host VERONICA WEBB and gospel legend DR. BOBBY JONES also make notable appearances

Awards & Honors
WINNER – Best Picture – Blockbuster Audience Award – American Black Film Festival
WINNER – Best Actor – Loretta Devine – American Black Film Festival
WINNER – Best Film – Oakland Gay & Lesbian Film Festival
WINNER – Best Director – Maurice Jamal – Oakland Gay & Lesbian Film Festiva
WINNER – Filmmaker of the Year – Maurice Jamal – CLIK Magazine Honors
OFFICIAL SELECTION – UrbanWorld Film Festival (New York)
OFFICIAL SELECTION – FRAMELINE Film Festival (San Francisco)
OFFICIAL SELECTION – OutFest Film Festival (Los Angeles)

“Dirty Laundry…belongs to Loretta Devine. Devine builds a jolly and touching character from the stock figure of a Georgia mom coming to terms with her disaffected gay son.”
-- Variety

“Black audiences are ready to embrace just this type of film.”
-- The Advocate, May 2007

So, this Friday, please go and see this important film and tell all your friends.
Rare gems such as this are counting on word of mouth from our community- and it is up to
us to make sure we fill those movie houses and let our story be told!

For more information, log on to:

Check out the trailer!

Saturday, December 01, 2007

Fusion 2007: The 5th Los Angeles LGBT People of Color Film Festival

My favorite film festival is back!!!

Not only are the films great covering issues and topics from all over the world but the festival itself is the most personal and interactive for the audience and film makers. I love that at a Fusion event you can have your mind blown by the power of a film then hear the film makers speak about their work followed by great party's with unparalleled access to the people who make the films. I LOVE FUSION!!!

Here are some of the photos from last nights Opening Gala Party. More photos coming soon! To see more from the event you can also click on any of the images below to link back to my Flikr set of the event!