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Reel Pride Film Festival Returns to Fresno

One of the oldest LGBT film festivals in the country gets underway in Fresno this week. The star of "GBF" visited CBS47 This Morning to talk about his new film. Michael Willett grew up in Fresno.
The Reel Pride Film Festival runs Wednesday through Sunday in Fresno. It is the sixth oldest LGBT film festival in the country. The star of "G.B.F." stopped by CBS47 This Morning to talk about his film. Michael Willett is from the Central Valley, graduating from Clovis West High School. Watch the story and click on the related links for more info on the festival and to buy tickets.

From reelpride.com:

"As the 6th oldest LGBT film festival in America, Reel Pride takes place the 3rd week of September in the landmark historic Art Deco Tower Theatre and other venues across Fresno's historic Tower District. Our festival is one of Central California's largest cultural events and presents five days of queer cinema from across the globe designed to inspire, delight, and entertain. With special appearances by filmmakers and stars, Reel Pride's signature receptions and parties give you the opportunity to gather with old friends or make some new ones!

It's the Central Valley's most popular gay and lesbian event... a premier community event attracting thousands of attendees each year.  So mark your calendars, make a date with some friends, and get ready for a fun-filled celebration!"

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