The 2019 Outfest Los Angeles LGBTQ Film Festival closed with the quirky Sundance film “Before You Know It,” and announced the winners of the jury and audience awards.
Outfest Los Angeles LGBT Film Festival
NAME OF FESTIVAL: Outfest Los Angeles LGBT Film Festival
WHERE: Los Angeles, CA
ABOUT THE FESTIVAL: Outfest Los Angeles LGBT Film Festival is eleven days of not to be missed world-class films, panels, and parties. Outfest – the Los Angeles-based nonprofit organization promoting equality by creating, sharing, and protecting LGBT stories on the screen
Mike Doyle’s new romantic comedy Sell By starring Scott Evans, Kate Walsh, Augustus Prew, Zoe Chao, Michelle Buteau, Christopher Gray, Colin Donnell and Patricia Clarkson will screen at the Outfest 2019 film festival.
The 2018 Outfest Los Angeles LGBTQ Film Festival, taking place July 12-22, 2018, announce the complete programming lineup
Matt Tyrnauer’s vibrantly nostalgic documentary, Studio 54, featuring interviews with many of the legendary nightclub’s famous patrons, as well as those who worked behind the scenes during its heyday will open the 2018 Outfest Los Angeles LGBTQ Film Festival.
The 2017 Outfest Los Angeles LGBT Film Festival, which ran from July 6th to July 16th, announced the award winners. Chavela won both the Documentary Grand Jury Prize and Audience Award
The 2016 Outfest Los Angeles LGBT Film Festival came to a close on Sunday night with the award ceremony, where SPA NIGHT directed by Andrew Ahn took home the Grand Jury Prize for U.S. Narrative.
The 2016 Outfest Los Angeles LGBT Film Festival taking place July 7 to 17, 2016, announced the complete lineup of films including opening night film THE INTERVENTION and closing night film OTHER PEOPLE.
“IT’S ALL SO QUIET” “BORN THIS WAY” “REACHING FOR THE MOON” “BRIDEGROOM” Among 2013 Outfest LA Winners
Outfest Los Angeles wrapped its 31st festival and awarded IT’S ALL SO QUIET, directed by Nanouk Leopold the Grand Jury Award for Outstanding International Dramatic Feature Film, and BORN THIS WAY, directed by Shaun Kadlec and Deb Tullman won the Grand Jury Award for Outstanding Documentary Feature Film. The Audience on the other hand picked REACHING FOR THE MOON, directed by Bruno Barreto with the Audience Award for Outstanding Dramatic Feature Film and BRIDEGROOM, directed by Linda Bloodworth-Thomason won the Audience Award for Outstanding Documentary Feature Film.
The 31st Outfest Los Angeles LGBT Film Festival, to be held July 11 to 21, 2013, announced the complete film lineup for this years festival, including Kyle Patrick Alvarez’s “C.O.G.,” as Opening Night film and Darren Stein’s comedy “G.B.F.,” as closing night film.