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  • Manifesting Change: Short Film Collection

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    New Year, new you. The month of January, for many, begins with resolutions of rebirth and renewal; a chance to slough off the negative for a fresh start. But this “change” doesn’t only need to come from changing ourselves. The protagonists in this collection of films manifest their change — in th...

  • Manifesting Change: Guided Meditation

    Throughout the year at our organization, Outfest Development Coordinator Patrick Ryan pilots our staff in mindfulness and meditative practice - and it's always a gift when he generously leads us in session. To begin the year by setting positive intentions and best mental health practices, Patrick...

  • Manifesting Change: Fusion 2021 - Building a Better Normal: A Media Roundtable

    The only constant is change, but how do we ensure that the change that is coming is inclusive and equitable? As the world navigates the changing media landscape, questions of what gets covered and who has access to coverage are front and center as a new normal is defined. This discussion will add...

  • In Conversation: The team of Prime Video's "With Love"

    Join us for a conversation with team of Prime Video's With Love moderated by Dino-Ray Ramos. With Love is created, written and executive produced by Gloria Calderón Kellett. With Love is a premium, beautiful and diverse series that is full of light and love, perfect for the holidays. The episode ...

  • Chosen: Audio Storytelling

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    These are recorded pieces from trans comedians, poets, and storytellers on the topic of chosen family.

    Storytellers: féi hernandez, Julia Scotti, D'Lo

  • Chosen: An Acting Roundtable - Where We've Been, Where We're Going

    This roundtable discussion is an intergenerational conversation with trans actors looking at their history within the industry as well as what they hope to see comes next.

    Moderator: Alex Schmider (GLAAD)
    Panelists: Nava Mau (Genera+ion), Jazzmun Crayton (When We Rise, Proven Innocent) , Jen Ri...

  • Chosen: Queer House Roundtable - Focus on Transmasculinity in Film & Television

    The evolution of masculinity embodied by trans men and non-binary people is still absent from our screens. Listen as diverse storytellers dive deep into how their work provides a crucial perspective culture-makers are missing. Originally produced for Outfest's Queer House at Sundance 2021.

  • Positive Impact: Here and Now (Reimagined) - An Outfest & OUTWORDS Collaboration

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    Speak your truth. As this exhibit was crafted, the goal was to look at ways to address the current state of HIV/AIDS awareness, as well as provide an authentic look at the people for whom this is a daily conversation, not an annual one. With that in mind, we partnered with OUTWORDS an organizatio...

  • Positive Impact: Roundtable - It's a Sin & Evolving Depictions of HIV/AIDS on TV

    Russell Davies’ limited series returned to the early days of the HIV/AIDS crisis in the UK, crafting an energetic portrait that dealt in humor, heartbreak, and uncomfortable truths. Davies and his team discuss their work creating the look, feel, and characters of the 1980s, and are joined by The ...

  • OutSet: The Young Filmmakers Project

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    Outfest presents a collection of shorts from OutSet: The Young Filmmakers Program. OutSet, in partnership with the Los Angeles LGBT Center and now in its eighth year, was created to empower and educate LGBTQIA young people to tell their stories through film. Fellows between the ages of 16 and 24 ...

  • Ecstatic Affirmations: Films by Pat Rocco

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    Pioneering activist and filmmaker Pat Rocco (1934-2018) produced short-form gay erotica in the 1960s that was widely embraced by the gay community, and received positive reviews from the mainstream press, including Variety, the Los Angeles Times, and Playboy magazine. Rocco's prolific output of ...

  • The World of Pam Walton

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    For over thirty years, award-winning independent documentarian Pam Walton has held her camera up to a dynamic array of lives, lifestyles, and livelihoods of LGBTQ+ people and captured their experiences on film for all to clearly see. As preserved and restored by the Outfest UCLA Legacy Project, t...