FilmOut San Diego's 13th Annual LGBT Film Festival All-Access Pass
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The last date listed for 13th Annual LGBT Film Festival was Friday August 19, 2011 / 7:30pm (Plus 30 other events, Aug. 20-21, 26-28).
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See 25 of the best LGBT-themed films (feature-length and shorts) from all over the globe at the FilmOut San Diego 16th LGBT Film Festival. Films include Boy Meets Girl starring Michael Welch from Twilight, Lilting starring Ben Whishaw from Skyfall, Such Good People starring Michael Urie from Ugly Betty and more. There are dramas, comedies, animated shorts and more at the festival. All of the films and shorts showcase different LGBT themes in a sex-positive and human-positive way so there's plenty of everyone -- gay, straight or bi -- to relate to. The All-Access Festival Pass will get you into all the films (full list in the description) and the opening and closing night parties, so you won't miss a minute of the action. Learn More
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FilmOut San Diego will present its 13th Annual LGBT Film Festival on August 19-21st & 26-28th, 2011 at the Birch North Park Theatre. The six-day event will include over 50 international, documentary, short and feature films. As always, the festival strives to show the very best of the newest crop of LGBT themed film and video selections available.
The great selection of movies this year include actors such as, Wendie Malick (Just Shoot Me_), Cheyenne Jackson (Glee_), Leslie Jordan (Will & Grace_), Jennifer Coolidge (American Pie_), Camille Winbush (The Bernie Mac Show), Daniela Sea (The L Word) and Sundance hits, Circumstance and Gun Hill Road.
Your pass includes opening/closing night movie and party, Going Down in La La Land (Q&A with cast after) + after party at Top of the Park and closing night, The Green (Q&A with director) and after party at URBN Pizza.
Going Down in La-La Land*, _Director: Casper Andreas, 105min,
Young, handsome and ambitious, Adam (Matthew Ludwinski) arrives from New York with dreams of making it big in L.A. He moves in with his zany best friend Candy (Allison Lane) who between auditions spends her time at the gym, shopping, or looking for a wealthy man. Adam gets off to a rocky start, complete with parking tickets and an insufferable job answering phones. A new job in production looks promising, but soon Adam finds himself dealing with down-and-out directors, washed up starlets, and meth addicts – as he starts to lose himself in a steamy underworld of gay porn and prostitution. Based on the novel by Andy Zeffer.
_ _ The Green,_ Director: Steven Williford, 90min Having left behind life in New York City for the charm of shoreline Connecticut, Michael Gavin (Jason Butler Harner), an English teacher at a private high school, thinks he can live a simple domestic existence with his partner Daniel (Cheyenne Jackson), adhering to an unspoken survival code: don’t speak up, don’t make trouble. But his world is turned upside down when he’s accused of engaging in ‘inappropriate behavior’ with a male student, who runs away from home leaving behind his mother and her mercenary boyfriend to capitalize on the school’s culpability in the alleged affair. With everything in jeopardy, Michael must confront the suspicions of his co-workers, the latent homophobia of his friends and neighbors, and Daniel’s doubts about his innocence after the investigation reveals a secret from his past. With Julia Ormond, Bill Sage, Karen Young and Illeana Douglas.
See the full festival lineup.