Outfest West Hollywood Series – Outfest Los Angeles

This month's edition of the Outfest West Hollywood Screening Series, 
WHEN: Wednesday October 4th, 7:30pm
WHERE: West Hollywood Library, 625 N San Vicente Blvd. West Hollywood. CA 90069

This month’s edition of the Outfest West Hollywood Screening Series, as part of the city’s Pacific Standard Time event Made in LA.
WHEN: Wednesday October 4th, 7:30pm
WHERE: West Hollywood Library, 625 N San Vicente Blvd. West Hollywood. CA 90069

The full lineup and more info is available here:
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If you are available to participate in the post-screening Q&A please let me know. It will begin at 9pm and last for 20-30mins.
You will all have tickets for you and a plus one at the door. Parking is free.
Wednesday October 4, 2017 730p

Outfest West Hollywood Series

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Wednesday | October 4 | 7:30 pm
Latinx Retrospective: Made in LA is a collection of short films from the Outfest archives showcasing the queer Latinx diaspora.
Lineup includes:
NANCY FROM EASTSIDE CLOVER (Directed by Gregorio Davila)
Nancy Valverde, an 83-year-old butch Chicana Lesbian from East L.A. was thrown in jail nearly two dozen times for ‘masquerading’, a law which prohibited citizens from wearing clothing that was typically associated with the opposite gender.
RAD QUEERS: PAYASOS LA (Directed by Graham Kolbeins)
Smashing taboos and redefining philanthropy, Payasos L.A. is a group of gay Latino men who wear clown makeup, go-go dance at leather bars and try to make the world a better place. Featuring the Mr. Los Angeles Leather title-winner for 2011, Leonardo Iriarte.
YOU’RE DEAD TO ME (Directed by Wu Tsang)
A grieving Chicana mother confronts an uninvited family member before her Dia de Los Muertos celebration.
THE ROOKIE & THE RUNNER (Directed by Augie Robles)
A jogger in the park gets more than he bargained for when he encounters two handsome strangers.
REMEMBER ME IN RED (Directed by Hector Ceballos)
When tragedy strikes a tight-knit group of transgender Latina women in Los Angeles, Fidelia plans her dear friend Alma Flora’s funeral as a tribute to her life as a woman.
GOLD STAR (Directed by Karla Legaspy)
Iliana dedicates a love song to her teacher during an elementary school talent show, but the ensuing homophobic reactions from school officials and her mother taint the experience.
PURA LENGUA (Directed by Aurora Guerrero)
A young Xicana searches for ways to heal maladies of the heart.
THE BABY CRIES (Directed by Mario Novoa)
Marco is going to all lengths to unite his protective husband David, his estranged conservative parents and his newborn daughter in a dramedy about love, faith, and devotion.
*Free Validated Parking will be available in the five-story public parking structure.

About this Series

Outfest_LogoFamily_WeHoSeries_Outlines_V2Outfest, the leading organization that promotes equality by creating, sharing and protecting lesbian, gay, bisexual and transgender (LGBT) stories on the screen, announces a new program: Outfest West Hollywood Series, a monthly program featuring films and discussions of interest to LGBT audiences at the West Hollywood City Council Chambers at West Hollywood Library, 625 N. San Vicente Blvd. in West Hollywood. The program will be the first Wednesday of the month throughout the year and is made possible in part by a grant from the City of West Hollywood through its Arts and Cultural Affairs Commission

About the City of West Hollywood

The City of West Hollywood, also known as The Creative City, has a strong commitment to providing accessible arts and cultural events programming for its diverse community and visitors. This commitment led to the building of the West Hollywood Library in 2011, which has served as a hub of cultural programming in the area. Through its Arts and Cultural Affairs Commission, the City presents numerous film screenings, exhibitions, concerts, and other cultural events throughout the year, as well as an entire month of LGBTQ arts events during June Pride month. For more information on these West Hollywood arts and cultural events, please visit www.weho.org/artsand www.weho.org/pride.

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