Outfest Los Angeles 2019

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Jonathan Agassi Saved My Life and Queering The Script
The Archivettes (Country: US; Year: 2019; Director: Megan Rossman; Stars: Deborah Edel, Paula Grant, Maxine Wolfe, Shawnta Smith-Cruz, Colette Montoya-Sloan)
A documentary about the Lesbian Herstory Archives, the world’s largest collection of materials by and about lesbians.
Fabulous (Country: France; Year: 2019; Director: Audrey Jean-Baptiste; Stars: Lasseindra Ninja)
Transgender dancer Lasseindra Ninja returns to her home in French Guiana to empower the local LGBTQ community through the art of voguing.
For They Know Not What They Do (Country: US; Year: 2019; Director: Daniel G Karslake; Stars: Gene Robinson, Sarah McBride, Victor Febo, Sally McBride, Rob Robertson, David McBride, Harold Porcher, Coleen Porcher, Linda Robertson, Elliot Porcher, Annette Febo, Gene Robinson, Sarah McBride, Victor Febo, Sally McBride)
When the Supreme Court legalised marriage equality, the backlash by the religious right was swift, severe, and successful. Karslake's documentary looks at four faith-based families with LGBTQ children caught in the crosshairs of sexuality, identity, and scripture.
Gay Chorus Deep South (Country: US; Year: 2019; Director: David Charles; Writer: David Charles, Jeff Seymann Gilbert; Stars: Tim Seelig)
To confront a resurgence of anti-LGBTQ laws, the San Francisco Gay Men’s Chorus embarks on an unprecedented bus tour through the Deep South, celebrating music, challenging intolerance, and confronting their own dark coming out stories.
Jonathan Agassi Saved My Life (Country: Germany, Israel; Year: 2018; Director: Tomer Heymann)
Behind the scenes with Israeli global gay-porn sensation and self-admitted mama’s boy Jonathan Agassi during his first eight years in the business.
The Archivettes The Archivettes
The Archivettes and For They Know Not What They Do
Mr Leather (Country: Brazil; Year: 2019; Director: Daniel Nolasco; Stars: Dom Barbubo, Dom PC)
Inside the lives of the five men vying for the title of Mr Leather Brazil 2018.
Pier Kids (Country: US; Year: 2018; Director: Elegance Bratton; Stars: Anniyah Balenciaga, Cheetah Revlon, Desean Irby, Jusheem Casper Thorne, Krystal Labeija Dixon)
The stories of the queer and trans people of colour who built their lives around New York City's Christopher Street Pier .
Queering The Script (Country: Canada; Year: 2019; Director: Gabrielle Zilkha; Stars: Angelica Ross, Dominique Provost-Chalkley, Gloria Calderon Kellett & Mike Royce, Ilene Chaiken, Lucy Lawless, Tanya Saracho)
A discussion of the sometimes inspiring yet often troubled history of queer female representation on television.
Queer Japan (Country: Japan, US; Year: 2019; Director: Graham Kolbeins; Stars: Atsushi Matsuda, Aya Kamikawa, Chiga Ogawa, Fumino Sugiyama, Gengoroh Tagame, Hiroshi Hasegawa, Leslie Kee, Nogi Sumiko, Tomato Hatakeno, Vivienne Sato)
Trailblazing artists, activists, and everyday people from across the spectrum of gender and sexuality defy social norms and dare to live unconventional lives in this kaleidoscopic view of LGBTQ culture in contemporary Japan.
You Don't Nomi (Country: US; Year: 2019; Director: Jeffrey McHale; Writer: Jeffrey McHale)
Released in 1995, Paul Verhoeven’s Showgirls was met by critics and audiences with near universal derision. You Don’t Nomi traces the film’s redemptive journey from notorious flop to cult classic.
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