Manned by one of the most impressive casts in recent memory, including Ryan Gosling, Paul Giamatti, Philip Seymour Hoffman, Marisa Tomei, Jeffrey Wright, Max Minghella and Evan Rachel Wood, George Clooney‘s The Ides of March was released on October 7, 2011.

Clooney stars, co-wrote and directed the film, based on the play Farragut North by Beau Willimon. Originally commissioned by Mr. Pevner, the play is based off of real events in his life set loosely on the 2004 Democratic primary of Howard Dean.

The film centers on a young, idealistic press secretary succumbing to the evils and backhanded nature of the political machine. Clooney is the candidate, Gosling is the press secretary and Giamatti is a rival campaign leader.

Watch the Ides Of March theatrical trailer or purchase the DVD by clicking here.

The film has was nominated for an Academy Award, four Golden Globes, a Producers Guild Award for Best Picture, and recognized as one of the Top 10 Films of the Year by the National Board of Review.


Neil LaBute’s acclaimed film is now gearing up to make its highly-anticipated Broadway debut, using the original script by which the film was based off of. With an all-star cast being lined up, In the Company of Men will bow on Broadway in 2012 at a theatre to be announced shortly.


Rose Wood, the Sally Bowles of New York’s underground cabaret scene, tangos with a handsome soldier until he pulls the rug out from under her and she pulls the wig off her head. This surrealist cat and ‘Maus’, using iconic references from Evita and Kiss of the Spider Woman, was shot at the 2010 Black Party and inspired by Pablo Neruda’s poem ‘The Soldier’s Love’.

Cinekink 2011, New York City – March 2011

Frameline: San Francisco Lesbian & Gay Film Festival – June 2011

Cinekink 2011, Las Vegas – June 2011

NewFest: New York Lesbian & Gay Film Festival – July 2011