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  • Queer Diaspora, Queer Utopia: Short Film Collection

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    What does home mean to you? For the queer individual, the idea of home may embody notions across both metaphorical and physical, whether through desires of a collective through shared subjectivity, or building structures of safe spaces and shelters. This exhibit posits queer home as a site of tra...

  • Let Them Speak: Audio Stories

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    In this special collection of Audio Stories, LGBTQ+ young people take the microphone to offer their own perspective on the shameful efforts by lawmakers to take away their rights as well as their personal stories of growing up and living as proud queer and trans youth in Florida, Arizona, and Tex...

  • Let Them Speak: Short Film Collection

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    In this collection of short films, LGBTQ+ youth take center stage in a spectrum of narratives and experiences.

  • The OutFronts

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    The OutFronts 4-day festival kicks off Pride Month, beginning Friday, June 3rd through Monday, June 6th and connects fans with all things LGBTQIA+ in television. The festival is filled with free panel discussions and premieres featuring the talent from some of the most exciting LGBTQIA+ programs ...

  • The OutFronts: Yellowjackets

    Showtime’s unmissable smash hit traveled back and forth in time from the 1990s to present day, to observe the Yellowjackets, a high school girls’ soccer team whose plane to the state championships crashed in the wilderness. The story of what they did to survive, and the consequences reverberating...

  • The OutFronts: From Influencer to Actor

    On this of-the-moment panel, actors who first gained notoriety in the world of social media discuss the trials they faced when “breaking” into television and film, and the lessons they learned; how beginning on social media gave them a unique perspective about the industry and where it’s going; n...

  • The OutFronts: Chucky

    As season 2 of the horror series is being prepared, Child’s Play creator Don Mancini and the franchise’s major cast gather to talk about how Chucky’s legacy has led to one of the queerest shows on television, with relationships at once sweet, and twisted, and bloody.

    Featured Talent: Don Mancini...

  • The OutFronts: Harlem

    Season one of the hit series introduced us to a close-knit friend group of women that included a queer and savvy tech entrepreneur, Tye, played perfectly by Jerrie Johnson. Johnson along with castmates Juani Feliz, Jonathan Burke, and supervising producer Travon Free, gather to discuss storylines...

  • The OutFronts: The Sex Lives of College Girls

    Within the sprawling cast of Mindy Kaling and Justin Noble’s beloved comedy series on HBOMax, Leighton (Reneé Rapp) and Alicia (Midori Francis) created one of the past year’s most memorable queer ships. Noble and the actors behind this storyline meet with writer Jill Gutowitz to have a hilarious ...

  • The OutFronts: Motherland: Fort Salem

    Freeform’s addictive fantasy series, set in an alternate America where witches ended their persecution by cutting a deal with the government to fight for their country, garnered a huge queer following on the strength of its world-building, and its central queer couple. As the hugely popular serie...

  • The OutFronts: The 4400

    Ariana Jackson and Sunil Nayar’s reimagining of the sci-fi series - about historically marginalized people from throughout American history suddenly transported to present-day Detroit - provided television with some of its most expansive, inventive queer storytelling in years. The show’s creators...

  • The OutFronts: Tom Swift

    Following the series premiere of The CW’s much-anticipated spin-off from the Nancy Drew universe, join the cast and producers of the show that features Tian Richards as the titular exceptionally brilliant inventor with unlimited resources and unimaginable wealth. The devilishly charming Tom Swift...

  • The OutFronts: High School Musical: The Musical: The Series

    Season three of “High School Musical: The Musical: The Series” is set at Camp Shallow Lake, a family-owned sleepaway camp in California, as the Wildcats and their fellow campers are primed for an unforgettable summer ripe with romance, curfew-less nights and a taste of the great outdoors. In adva...

  • The OutFronts: The Queer Pioneers

    LGBTQIA+ representation on television is at an all-time high, but many of us still remember when queer characters were little more than “very special episode” fodder. Things began to change, slowly but surely, in the mid-‘90s and early 2000s when a handful of trailblazers made their mark on the t...

  • The OutFronts: Queer Firefighters Onscreen

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  • Queer Workers of the World, Unite!: Short Film Collection

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    8 inspiring stories about LGTBQ+ workers that stand tall within their harsh contexts, facing not only biases and discrimination, but also joy and love. In a world where rainbow capitalism promises inclusion, statistics around the world still show that millions of queer people still struggle in to...

  • Trans Workers Experiences in Colombia and Argentina: A Roundtable Discussion

    In this Spanish-spoken roundtable, 3 Latinx special guests will discuss current challenges and victories of trans* workers in South America. From Argentina’s Law for Travesti-Trans Employment Quota and the “Contratá Trans” project, to Colombia’s community-based trans activism and the “Talento Tra...

  • Pulling Focus: In Conversation with Barbie Leung and Hilda Schmelling

    In this conversation between friends and creative collaborators on the short film Be Right Back, cinematographer Barbie Leung and director Hilda Schmelling discuss her career and image-making, working in the industry as a queer woman of color, and her advice for how to break into and stay in the ...

  • Pulling Focus: In Conversation with Ava Berkofsky and Drew Denny

    In this dynamic and lively conversation, cinematographer Ava Berkofsky and director Drew Denny sit down in-person (!) to discuss their creative collaboration on Momster and Berkofsky's approach to the art of cinematography.

  • Taking Space with Rodney Evans & Elegance Bratton

    In this inaugural edition of Taking Space - the OutMuseum's new one-on-one conversation series featuring Black queer film professionals discussing their journeys in the industry - filmmakers Rodney Evans (Brother to Brother, Vision Portraits) and Elegance Bratton (Walk for Me, Pier Kids) chat abo...

  • Taking Space with Tre'vell Anderson & Valerie Complex

    In this second installment of Taking Space - the OutMuseum's new one-on-one conversation series featuring Black queer film professionals discussing their journeys in the industry - entertainment journalist Tre'vell Anderson (Xtra, FANTI Podcast) and film critic Valerie Complex (Deadline) talk abo...

  • Outfest House @ Sundance: PARTNERS IN WORK AND LOVE - A talk with AM I OK?

    PARTNERS IN WORK AND LOVE - A talk with the team from AM I OK? - co-presented by ReFrame, a project founded by the Sundance Institute and Women in Film. Premiering Monday, January 24th at 1pm PT.

    Sundance 2022 filmmakers and life partners Tig Notaro and Stephanie Allynne (AM I OK?) - along with...

  • Outfest House @ Sundance: WHAT ARE THE QUEER STORIES THAT NEED TO BE TOLD?

    FROM IDEA TO SCREEN: WHAT ARE THE QUEER STORIES THAT NEED TO BE TOLD? - presented in partnership with It Gets Better. Premiering Sunday, January 23rd.

    The It Gets Better Project has a mission to uplift, empower and connect LGBTQIA+ youth around the globe. One of the key ways in which we do that...