September 5, 2013 at 12:03 pm EST | by Staff reports
‘Tennessee Queer’
Christian Walker, Jason Potts, Tennessee Queer, film, gay news, Washington Blade

Christian Walker as Jason Potts in ‘Tennessee Queer.’ (Photo courtesy Skyline Indie Film Festival)

By MARIAH COOPER

Skyline Indie Film Festival in Winchester, Va., screens “Tennessee Queer,” a quirky comedy about a man’s struggle to change his small town, next weekend.

Jason Potts leaves New York to return to his small Tennessee hometown only to discover LGBT teenagers are having a hard time. Potts decides to throw a Pride parade before the city councilman and a minister send the teenagers to an ex-gay camp. The film stars Christian Walker and is directed by Earl C. Gorhorn.

Tickets range from $7.50-$12.50. Venue locations vary with screenings planned for Sept. 13-14. For more information, visit skylineindiefilmfest.org.

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