PINK IS THE NEW BLACK|
88 Min. (Shorts Program)
SATURDAY | March 15 | 6:00pm | Egyptian Theatre (Rigler)
Sugar marries spice in our latest collection of Fusion shorts, celebrating all the glorious facets of girl-loving ladies. Whether it's a disapproving parent with a dirty little secret of her own, the art of staring down a bar full of dyke-hating punks, or simply accepting that you're really in love with the girl next door, these fierce creatures fearlessly challenge the perception of pretty in pink.
HECTOR: LOST SOULS WITH SWITCHBLADES
Dir. Jeff Compton, 2013, 15 min
A hot and reckless Latino Boi drowning his sorrows over the woman he loves finds himself in a bar brawl that has spilled out to the streets of East L.A.
DYKE CENTRAL: TABOO
Dir. Florencia Manovil, 2014, 23 min
Game Night at Dyke Central quickly turns to Fight Night when a group of Bay Area lesbians let their hair down and uncork buried secrets.
SECRETS AND TOYS
Dir. Quentin Lee, 2013, 12 min
In this sexy, fun and whimsical romp about the balance of familial expectations and sexual liberation, secrets are exposed and identities are revealed in the last places you'd ever expect.
Dir. Skyler Cooper, 2013, 24 min
In this fascinating view into the life of a gender ambiguous actor, Hero Mars struggles to confront blatant ignorance and hostility in the pursuit of a successful acting career.
Dir. Samantha Colicchio, 2013, 15 min
Grad student Grace hopes to stifle her sexual attraction to her hot yoga-loving neighbor by sleeping with men, but she quickly discovers that life's biggest lessons are often learned outside the classroom.
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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American Cinematheque - Egyptian Theatre (View)
6712 Hollywood Blvd
Los Angeles, CA 90028
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