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"Hollywood to Dollywood" screens at Los Angeles area film fest Thursday

Los Angeles, CA — Winner of eight recent film festival awards, which includes a "Director's Choice Award" (Sacramento Film and Music Festival) and multiple "Best Documentary" awards (Memphis, Atlanta, Sacremento, Nevada Film Festivals), "Hollywood to Dollywood" screens this Thursday at the Los Angeles New Wave International Film Festival (formerly The L.A. International Film Festival).

Lane twins at Rosie O'donnell taping in Chicago on Tuesday :: gary lane
Lane twins at Rosie O'donnell taping in Chicago on Tuesday 
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In the documentary, identical twin gay brothers Gary and Larry Lane have written a script with a plum roll for one of their idols, Dolly Parton. Having had no luck getting the screenplay into her hands, they embark on a cross-country expedition to personally deliver it to her.

Prior to the screening, the twins' documentary will be featured on the Rosie O'donnell show airing Wednesday. November 9th. Gary and Larry Lane will also appear on the Dr. Phil show this Friday November 11th, the same day "Jack & Jill" starring Adam Sandler - and featuring the twins - premieres in theaters everywhere.

The screening of "Hollywood to Dollywood" takes place in Los Angeles on Thursday, November 10 at the The Whitefire Theatre, located at 13500 Ventura Blvd, Sherman Oaks, CA.

A Q&A with the Lane Twins will immediately follow the screening.

Buy tickets to the screening.

In a GoPride Network interview this past summer, the twins discuss their new box office film "Jack & Jill" starring Adam Sandler, their documentary "Hollywood to Dollywood", winning at reality TV shows "WipeOut" and "Fear Factor", the wisdom they received from Will & Grace's Leslie Jordan, and how their own boyfriends tell them apart: "[Our boyfriends] have mixed us up a few times, but found out before anything happened," Gary Lane confided in the interview. 

The twins were able to secure 15 of Dolly Parton's songs for the documentary. When asked about their favorite Dolly Parton hit, the Lanes replied, "for both of us it's the song "Family"; we played it to our mom when we came out to her, and she cried and cried, so it was important to have it in the film."

Read the complete interview.

 
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