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Oscar-winner Marisa Tomei, LGBT panel among highlights of Key West Film Festival

Panelists including Oscar-winning actress Marisa Tomei after a screening of their movie Loitering with Intent at the 2014 Key West Film Festival. The panel: Eric Kohn, chief film critic and senior editor from Indiewire; Tomei; actor Brian Geraghty; and writer Ivan Martin.
Panelists including Oscar-winning actress Marisa Tomei after a screening of their movie Loitering with Intent at the 2014 Key West Film Festival. The panel: Eric Kohn, chief film critic and senior editor from Indiewire; Tomei; actor Brian Geraghty; and writer Ivan Martin.

Marisa Tomei, who won a Best Supporting Actress Oscar for My Cousin Vinny (1992) attended a panel discussion at the 2014 Key West Film Festival.

Tomei attended a panel discussion tied to her new movie Loitering with Intent, which was screened at the Key West festival.

This year’s festival, Nov. 12-16, also featured LGBT and local filmmakers. Kareem Tabsch, founder of O Cinema in Miami-Dade County and a former director the Miami Gay and Lesbian Film Festival, programmed the Key West festival’s Florida Focus section.

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