FUSION LAB SCREENING: HELLO DARLING (Short Films)
Saturday, March 23, 2013 from 7:30 PM to 9:00 PM (PDT)
Los Angeles, United States
THE QUEEN OF MY DREAMS
Dir. Fawzia & Ryan Logan, 2011, USA, 3 min.
In classic Bollywood style this documentary, full of color, beauty, and fashion, is a visual letter from a South Asian lesbian daughter to a traditional mother about finding love and loving her.
Dir. Gloria LaMorte, 2011, USA, 9 min.
At a New York City high school dance, a bashfully cute Puerto-Rican young man dreams of dancing with a super hot jock. But will he have the courage to ask him?
BILLY AND AARON
Dir. Rodney Evans, 2009, USA, 10 min.
A drama about African-American composer Billy Strayhorn and the personal and professional consequences of his decision to live as an openly gay man within the homophobic jazz milieu of the 1940s.
Dir. Lee Mi-rang, 2007, South Korea, 20 min.
Two sisters share a poignant moment of realization and work to overcome the space between them at a public bathhouse.
LA CORONA (THE CROWN)
Dir. Amanda Micheli & Isabel Vega, 2007, USA, 40 min.
Female murderers compete ferociously for a beauty pageant crown in prison.
Fusion Lab provides free classes in screenwriting, storytelling, directing, cinematography, editing, digital media storytelling and how to thrive as an artist. These classes are taught by Outfest Alumni filmmakers and are a great introduction to filmmaking. We encourage you to reserve a spot for classes in advance, although you are welcome to walk-up and attend on a space-available basis.
Fusion Lab - a pop-up shop style micro-cinema and media lab in Leimert Park Los Angeles that is open from March 19 - April 19. All programs are free and open to the public.
Fusion Lab Location:
4343 South Leimert Boulevard
Los Angeles CA 90008
Fusion Lab is open:
Wednesdays/Thursday/Fridays 3:00PM - 8:00PM
Saturdays 12:00PM - 9:00PM
Sundays 12:00PM - 8:00PM
Hours and programs are subject to change. For more information and the daily schedule visit outfest.org/fusionlab
Fusion Lab is generously supported by a grant from the James Irvine Foundation
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