The panel will include exec producers Ron Cowen and Daniel Lipman and cast members Gale Harold, Peter Paige, Robert Gant, Scott Lowell, Michelle Clunie and Thea Gill.
“Queer as Folk,” a remake of a British series of the same name, ran on Showtime from 2000-2005.
“We strive for diverse and revolutionary programming, and this groundbreaking series changed the game for cable television in 2000, marking a high point not only for the LGBT community, but for socially important storytelling,” said fest co-exec directors Caitlin Mc Farland and Emily Gipson.
The “Queer As Folk” panel joins the previously announced “Dawson’s Creek” writers room reunion and “Gilmore Girls” reunion, which will be held at Austin’s Paramount Theater June 5-7.
Portrayed by actor Gale Harold, Brian serves as the show's antihero.
In November 2007, the character was voted the 'The Most Popular Gay Character on Television' by After Ellen's sister site, After Elton.
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With all the people coming in, the stores had a built in thriving customer base.
In an interview last year, Harold was asked about the challenges of same-sex love scenes for an actor.
A few years after the Engelhard road opened, the North Carolina government started a depression-era road-building program to connect all the towns in the state.
In one episode, George Shickle calls him "The love child of James Dean and Ayn Rand", as Brian often appears to practice Rand's philosophy of Objectivism in that he first helps himself so he is then better able to help others.
Gale Harold may be straight in real life but for five season on Showtime’s Queer as Folk, he convincingly played a sexually promiscuous advertising man named Brian Kinney.