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    Outfest Reveals 2011 Festival Line-up, Ones to Watch, and More

    Outfest's 29th Annual Gay & Lesbian Film Festival kicks off in L.A. on July 7th and runs until the 17th with 163 films (67 features and 96 shorts) from 25 countries, along with over a dozen panels and special events. "This year's line-up is one of the strongest in Outfest history and we're excited t...

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    Outfest To Honor Fenton Bailey and Randy Barbato

    Outfest 2011 has announced that its 15th Annual Achievement Award will be presented to Fenton Bailey and Randy Barbato, the team behind "Party Monster," "The Eyes of Tammy Faye" and, most recently, "Becoming Chaz."

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    "Gun Hill Road" and "The Perfect Family" to Bookend 29th Outfest

    Outfest announced the gala films for the 29th Los Angeles Gay & Lesbian Film Festival. The fest will kick off with Rashaad Ernesto Green's "Gun Hill Road" and close with "The Perfect Family," starring Kathleen Turner. “This year’s selection of galas represent some of the most acclaimed and thematica...

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    At Outfest 2010, In with the Old & In with the New

    As the juries and special guests handed out the awards for this year's Outfest, LA's LGBT Film Festival, we were constantly reminded that the landscape of queer film has been changing and is still changing.

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    Outfest Awards "Marine Story," "Bearcity" with 2010 Awards

    In a ceremony Sunday morning at the DGA Theater in West Hollywood, LA's LGBT Film Festival, Outfest, announced the award winners for their 28th annual fest. The ceremony, hosted by LA drag queen Momma, focused on celebrating films that uncovered stories that have not yet been told. The fest honore...

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    Dispatch from Outfest: "Fourplay" and Jane Lynch Lead Jampacked Start

    In just a few days, Outfest, Los Angeles' LGBT Film Festival, the oldest film festival still running in the city, has succeeded in showing, that despite any doom and gloom reports in the independent film market, good queer film is still coming down the pipeline.

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    Outfest 4 in Focus: "Contracorriente"'s Javier Fuentes-León + 3 More

    Opening night for LA's LGBT Film Festival, Outfest is tonight, and to get ready, we've been profiling the four first-time filmmakers the festival is putting the spotlight on for their 4 in Focus program.

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    10 Outstanding Shorts at Outfest ‘10

    With 87 short films scheduled to play Outfest 2010, culling a list consisting of only ten must-see shorts is extremely difficult due to the impressive roster put together by the fest’s programmers. Leaving off festival circuit favorites like Jenifer Malmqvist’s “Birthday” and ignoring “Howl” star J...

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    Outfest 4 in Focus: Director Adriana Magg's Canadian Childhood Revisited in "Movie Star"

    Coming off special jury awards for acting at this year's Sundance Film Festival and Newfest, Adriana Maggs's first feature "Grown Up Movie Star," arrives at Outfest with surging buzz. Says Outfest, "Teenager Ruby dreams of following her mother to Hollywood where they will...

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    Outfest 4 in Focus: "Open" Director Jake Yuzna On His Queer Aesthetic

    With the distinction of being the only American film to win the feature film Teddy and an acting award for star Morty Diamond at this year's Newfest, "Open" compels wherever it plays. Says Outfest, "First-time feature director Jake Yuzna presents a beautifully shot, intense film that blurs the bord...

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