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Hooters by Anna Margarita Albelo features Guin as it’s the making of The Owls

Hooters by Anna Margarita Albelo features Guin as it’s the making of The Owls

We thought we’d give you the heads up on “Hooters” by filmaker Anna Margarita Albelo. Hooters (USA) is essentially a documentary on the making of Cheryl Dunye’s film The Owls, which of course stars Guin. Hooters looks at The Owls from the workshop days of the film, all the way to its final day of shooting. Albelo‚Äôs alias la Chocha sneaks around the set of The Owls and although a little self indulgent at times, it...

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Palm Springs ShortFest announces winners Guin one of the judges

Palm Springs ShortFest announces winners Guin one of the judges

This year’s jury members at the Palm Springs Shortfest were Dan Ireland, director; Lael Lowenstein, President Los Angeles Film Critics Association; and Guinevere Turner, writer, director and actor. This little group – including our beloved Guin – chose a bunch of short films as winners. A total of 314 films were screened at the 2010 festival with 27 films given awards by judges and the audience. The main winners were:...

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Guinfo Site FAQ

Guinfo Site FAQ

NEW SITE RE-LAUNCH… Mid June 2010 So here we are again, a year and a half after the last relaunch, we have once again relocated and are relaunching Guin Turner.com. This is our 13th year! The reason this time is to make your experience here a more fluid one, a neater, more aesthetically pleasing experience. We hope you like the new site and that it’s worthy of the talent that is Guinevere Turner. NEW SITE RE-LAUNCH…...

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Deep Inside Hollywood covers Breaking the Girl

Deep Inside Hollywood covers Breaking the Girl

Fans of Cory Monteith (from Glee) prepare to crack a smile, Monteith will be shooting Jamie Babbit’s new film Breaking the Girl whilst he’s filming the next season of Glee. Breaking the Girl was co-written by Mark Distefano and of course, our favorite Guinevere Turner. The film is being described as a “college-age Wild Things”, though on reading the very short synopsis – “Two college students make a pact...

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Love stories, politics, yodeling, and more via SFBG

Love stories, politics, yodeling, and more via SFBG

Guin Turner gets a brief mention in this article over at the San Francisco Bay Guardian Online. The article takes a look at some “Frameline 34” films, one of which is The Owls, directed by Cheryl Dunye and starring Guin Turner as Iris. The blurb from the SFBG Online is below in case the page ever disappears (as newspaper related articles tend to do). “The Owls (Cheryl Dunye, USA, 2010) Expectations are high for The Owls:...

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