WHAT IT WAS|
Dir: Daniel Armando, 2013, 86 min
FRIDAY | March 14 | 7:15pm | Egyptian Theatre (Spielberg)
In director Daniel Armando's multilayered film, Adina, a successful Latina actress, returns to New York in the aftermath of the death of her sister and the collapse of her marriage. Unable to face her mother, she finds herself in a fog, drifting through her days. Memories dissolve into the present as she tumbles through a series of intense, complex connections with a sexy, butch body artist, a young college student, and a former girlfriend. With confident directing, assured performances, and intuitive editing and cinematography, WHAT IT WAS masterfully conveys the emotional textures of Adina's waking dream of a life.
THE DEVOTION PROJECT: FOREMOST IN MY MIND
Dir. Antony Osso, 2013, 10 min
Two beautiful African American women share the story of how they met and fell in love later in life.
Outfest Fusion LGBT People of Color Film Festival brings together a diverse population in a shared cultural experience.
2014 OUTFEST FUSION LGBT PEOPLE OF COLOR FILM FESTIVAL, MARCH 14-16
The festival features 30 short and feature-length films from around the world that reflect a wide array of LGBT stories and parties. Fusion gives participants an opportunity to see reflections of their own experience and to deepen their understanding of other LGBT communities of color. Nearly 5000 people from across Southern California participate in the festival, which is located at the American Cinematheque in Hollywood.
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+This program is not available for the Outfest Community Collaborator discount
American Cinematheque - Egyptian Theatre (View)
6712 Hollywood Blvd
Los Angeles, CA 90028
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