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Judy: A Legendary Film Career Judy: A Legendary Film Career tells the story of

Kelly Clarkson Stronger Kelly Clarkson is back and Stronger than ever. The

very first American Idol winner returns with her fifth full-length album, Stronger. Clarkson stated that the new music will be different from her previous albums, describing it “like Garbage-meets-pop-meets-Muse.” What made her title the album Stronger she stated; “it’s mainly because the entire album is very much about empowerment and just strength overall and I love singing songs like that...the theme is about empowerment so we named it Stronger.” Available Tuesday, October 25

Out Late Out Late is an inspirational and moving documentary

about five individuals who made the courageous and life–altering decision to come out as lesbian, gay, or transgender, after the age of 55. Why did they wait until their 50s, 60s, or 70s to come out? And what was the turning point that caused each of them to openly declare their sexuality? From Canada to Florida to Kansas, we explore what ultimately led these dynamic individuals to make the liberating choice to live openly and honestly amongst their family, friends and com- munity, perhaps for the first time in their lives. Available Tuesday, October 25


Indigo Girls Beauty Queen Sister With their fourteenth studio album, Grammy- winning folk-rock duo the Indigo Girls deliver a beau- tifully crafted batch of songs that revel in spirited simplicity. Alternating richly textured storytelling with moody ruminations on modern-world worries, Beauty Queen Sister reveals a fierce longing for a more idyllic existence while celebrating the extraordinary in everyday living. Thanks to its graceful mix of open- hearted songwriting and lush, intricate arrange- ments—not to mention powerful performances by the band and their brigade of guest musicians— Beauty Queen Sister ultimately allows the listener to slip into the sort of dreamy serenity that Amy Ray and Emily Saliers sing of striving for throughout the record. Available Tuesday, October 4

Garland’s movie work in unprecedented detail. Hundreds of never-before-published photos, newly- assembled contemporary reviews, insight from her costars and coworkers, and production histories are provided for each film in which she appeared. Highlighting and complimenting the feature films is a definitive biography; an examination of Judy’s short subjects; details of the movies she did not complete; and an enthralling compendium of film projects for which she was considered or rumored. The text is illustrated by more than five hundred photos, encompassing poster art; costume tests; behind-the- scenes candids; onstage and backstage glimpses of her theatrical successes; and personal snapshots. Available now

Gay in America In this first–ever photographic survey of gay men in

Eating Out: Drama Camp The return of Allan Brocka to the Eating Out series

as director brings his great sense of style and comic timing to this now legendary series. Add in what must have been daily testosterone injections the producer administered to the cast and you’ve got one of the most entertaining gay films of the last few years. To refresh your memory, Zack (Chris Salvatore) and Casey (Daniel Skelton) ended the third film as a happy couple deeply in love. Now the boys’ relationship is in a slump, we join them as they are shooting their video entry to a drama camp where everything will change - it’s off to “Dick Dickey’sDrama Camp”! Available Tuesday, October 25

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America, stereotypes are laid to rest and an intimate, honest picture of contemporary gay life is revealed through stunning personal portraits and narratives. Photographer Scott Pasfield traveled 54,000 miles across all fifty states over a two–year span gathering stories and documenting the lives of 140 gay men from all walks of life. At turns joyful and somber, reflective and celebratory, each narrative and image is an enlightening look into the variety of gay life in the United States. Available now


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