P.S. Film Fest: "I Do"
I Do USA, 2012, 91 Minute Running Time Topics: Comedy, Gay/Lesbian Program: World Cinema Now Language: English This touching tale of a gay man raising his young niece after his brother’s death deals with complex issues in deft and unexpectPhoto: Video by kmir6.com
PALM SPRINGS - I Do
This touching tale of a gay man raising his young niece after his brother’s death deals with complex issues in deft and unexpectedly moving ways.
Seven years after the tragic death of his brother, Jack (David W. Ross – who also scripted) is dedicated to raising his niece, Tara, along with his sister-in-law Mya (Alicia Witt). When the renewal of his work visa is denied, deportation to his native England seems imminent. The quick solution is a duplicitous marriage to his best friend Ali (Jamie-Lynn Sigler, Meadow in The Sopranos) to secure his green card. Mindful of immigration and custom enforcement (ICE) questioning, Ali moves into Jack’s apartment. When he falls head-over-heels in love with Mano (Maurice Compte), a sexy U.S.-born architect, tensions bubble to the surface between Ali and Jack, complicated further by a discomfiting surprise visit by ICE officials… In the end, Jack must make a heartbreaking choice that will affect everyone he loves.
Winner: Audience Award, Seattle Lesbian & Gay Film Fest; Rising Star Award, Philadelphia Gay & Lesbian Film Festival
Director Glenn Gaylord expected to attend the January 11 and January 12 screenings
DIRECTOR: Glenn Gaylord
Producer: David W Ross, Stephen Israel
Editor: James Cude
Screenwriter: David W Ross
Cinematographer: David Maurice Gil
Music: Jordan Balagot, Gabriel Isaac Mounsey
Principal Cast: David W Ross, Jamie-Lynn Sigler, Alicia Witt, Maurice Compte, Jessica Tyler Brown, Mickey Cottrell
Filmography: Eating Out: All You Can Eat (2009), Lez Be Friends (2007)
Print Source: School Pictures - www.idothemovie.com
Screenings are on Friday, January 11, 7:30 PM
Saturday, January 12, 1:30 PM
at Camelot Theatres in Palm Springs