Gun Hill Road, Social Media Coverage
Gregory Ellwood / hitfix: I thought it was good. "Nice performances. A little similar to "La Mission," but it was well made. "
John Quinones, ABC 20/20: Liked the film.
Janelle Rodriguez / CNN via Twitter: Must see film from Sundance.
Steve Ramos, freelancer, indiewire and other pubs: "Loved it. It was great."
Betsy Sharky, Los Angeles Times: "the kid is amazing, story is compelling, i'm sure it will figure into some of my sundance coverage."
Wesley Morris, The. Boston Globe, via Twitter: "I hate to do it, but Gun Hill Road will do well come awards night. Audience loved it. Too-tidy but downbeat finale wet many eyes."
Wesley Morris, The Boston Globe via Twitter: " Gun Hill Road: Ex-con w/ transgender son. Well-attuned to realness, doesn't want to be TV drama cliché. Almost makes clears bar."
Elizabeth Weitzman, The Daily News: "I really, really like it."
Bryce Renninger, indiewire: "'Gun hill road' is an excellent debut. Esai Morales is brilliant. Standing o for nervous newcomer star Harmony Santana."
cineclass via Twitter: Just saw Gun Hill Road.....moving....barely made it screening from the slopes
GoddessEntFilms via Twitter: "Gun Hill Road" - powerful, sentimental, beautiful, & needed - Best Narrative at #Sundance 2011
brainhound via Twitter: Someone from Gun Hill Road is getting a statue
wesley_morris via Twitter: Gun Hill Road: Ex-con w/ transgender son. Well-attuned to realness, doesn't want to be TV drama cliché. Almost makes clears bar. #sundance
ellepoindexter via Twitter: Gun Hill Road is one of the bravest, best films I've seen at the fest. #sundance
Outfest announced the gala films for the 29th Los Angeles Gay & Lesbian Film Festival. The fest will kick off with Rashaad Ernesto Green’s “Gun Hill Road” and close with “The Perfect Family,” starring Kathleen Turner
Among this year's hopefuls is Rashaad Ernesto Green, who will be sharing his Sundance experience with Daily News readers as he premieres his drama, "Gun Hill Road," in the prestigious U.S. Dramatic Competition.
The festival is on and this year’s 16 films were selected from 1,102 submissions. Each is a world premiere.