Pioneers of Queer Cinema retrospective continues with Zackary Drucker, Rob Epstein & John Cameron Mitchell in-person

The landmark Pioneers of Queer Cinema retrospective, presented by The UCLA Film & Television Archive, IndieCollect, and Outfest, continues in Los Angeles this weekend, with two nights of free screenings and in-person conversations with filmmaker Zackary Drucker, Barbara Hammer's widow, Florrie Burke, Oscar-winner Rob Epstein, and Hedwig and the Angry Inch creator, actor and filmmaker... Continue Reading →

Pioneers of Queer Cinema continues with free screenings of restored classics The Living End & Paris Is Burning Feb 26 & 27 in LA

The landmark Pioneers of Queer Cinema retrospective, with free in-person screenings presented by The UCLA Film & Television Archive, IndieCollect, and Outfest, continues in Los Angeles this weekend. The Living End (1992) directed by Gregg Araki. Courtesy of the UCLA Film & Television Archive, IndieCollect and Outfest. Saturday, February 26th at 7:30pm sees a triple... Continue Reading →

Pioneers of Queer Cinema – a landmark retrospective presented by the UCLA Film & Television Archive, IndieCollect & Outfest February 18th – March 28th 2022

Friday, February 18th 2022 sees the start of a landmark retrospective, Pioneers of Queer Cinema, with free in-person screenings across 12 nights in Los Angeles, presented by The UCLA Film & Television Archive, IndieCollect, and Outfest. This diverse survey spans seven decades and comprises 33 works including documentaries, narrative, and experimental features and shorts, drawing... Continue Reading →

Exclusive Interview: The Novice filmmaker Lauren Hadaway & star Isabelle Fuhrman “it’s rare to see a queer character that’s comfortable in her own skin”

After graduating from Southern Methodist University, Texas born and raised writer-director Lauren Hadaway went on to forge a career as a dialogue and ADR supervisor, working on movies like Justice League (both cuts), The Hateful Eight, and Whiplash. Damien Chazelle’s Oscar-winning film proved particularly impactful on her, and she describes her intense, utterly gripping debut feature The Novice, released in... Continue Reading →

Elliot Page honored with 2021 Outfest Achievement Award “we don’t talk enough about how important representation is & how many lives it saves”

As the 39th annual Outfest Los Angeles LGBTQ Film Festival drew to a close with the LA premiere of Bobbi Jo Hart's rousing documentary feature Fanny: The Right To Rock, Oscar-nominee Elliot Page was honored by Outfest with the organization's 2021 Achievement Award, making him the first publicly identifying trans person in the history of... Continue Reading →

Exclusive Interview: Outfest LA 2021 spotlight artist Lauren Hadaway on her award-winning debut feature “Outfest was an early champion of The Novice”

After graduating from Southern Methodist University, Texas born and raised writer-director Lauren Hadaway went on to forge a career as a dialogue and ADR supervisor, working on movies like Justice League (both cuts), The Hateful Eight, and Whiplash. Damien Chazelle’s Oscar-winning film proved particularly impactful on her, and she describes her intense, utterly gripping debut... Continue Reading →

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