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Official lineup announced for 2010 Outfest

Kate Erbland

by: Kate Erbland
June 4th, 2010

This year's Outfest Film Festival will run from July 8 - 18 in Los Angeles, and the lineup has already got me more than excited to cover the fest again this year. There's some familiar film titles in the official lineup, including SXSW favorites BEAR NATION and STRANGE POWERS, and enough international features to keep everyone interested.

But what's most exciting about Los Angeles' oldest film festival (and that nation's leading LGBT fest), are the big screenings lined up - including the Opening and Closing Night galas and two Centerpiece films. The Opening Night Film will be Rob Epstein and Jeffrey Friedman's James Franco-starring HOWL, and the fest will close out with Closing Night film, J.B. Ghuman, Jr.'s SPORK. The two Centerpiece films include THE OWLS and UNDERTOW. Jane Lynch will also receive this year’s Outfest Achievement Award.

After the break, check out the full lineup for this year's Outfest!

U.S. Dramatic Features
BearCity (Director: Doug Langway, Screenplay: Doug Langway and Lawrence Ferber)
Bloomington (Director/Screenplay: Fernanda Cardoso)
Earthling (Director/Screenplay: Clay Liford)
Elena Undone (Director/Screenplay: Nicole Conn)
The Four-Faced Liar (Director: Jacob Chase, Screenplay: Marja Lewis Ryan)
A Marine Story (Director/Screenplay: Ned Farr)
Is It Just Me? (Director/Screenplay: JC Calciano)
My Normal (Director: Irving Schwartz, Screenplay: Renee Garzon & Adam Sales)
Leading Ladies (Directors: Daniel Beahm & Erika Randall Beahm, Screenplay: Erika Randall Beahm)
Open (Director/Screenplay: Jake Yuzna)
Role/Play (Director/Screenplay: Rob Williams)
Violet Tendencies (Director: Casper Andreas, Screenplay: Jesse Archer)
Stuck! (Director: Steve Balderson, Screenplay: Frankie Krainz)
We Have To Stop Now (Director: Robyn Dettman, Screenplay: Ann Noble)

International Dramatic Features
Children of God (Director/Screenplay: Kareem Mortimer)
Fit ((Director/Screenplay: Rikki Beadle-Blair)
The Evening Dress (Director/Screenplay: Myriam Aziza)
From beginning to End (Director/Screenplay: Aluisio Abranches)
Grown Up Movie Star (Director/Screenplay: Adriana Maggs)
The Last Summer of Boyita (Director/Screenplay: Julia Solomonoff)
Hideaway (Director: Francois Ozon, Screenplay: Mathieu Hippeau & Francois Ozon)
Light Gradient (Director/Screenplay: Jan Kruger)
I Killed My Mother (Director/Screenplay: Xavier Dolan)
Paulista (Director: Roberto Moreira, Screenplay: Roberto Moreira & Anna Muylaert
Plan B (Director/Screenplay: Marco Berger)
The Secret Diaries of Miss Anne Lister (Director/Screenplay: James Kent)
The Purple Sea (Director: Donatella Maiorca, Screenplay: Donatella Maiorca, Pina Mandolfo, Mario Cristiani, Donatella Diamanti)
Spring Fever (Director: Ye Lou, Screenplay: Feng Mei)
Sasha (Director/Screenplay: Dennis Todorovic)
The String (Director: Mehdi Ben Attia, Screenplay: Mehdi Ben Attia & Olivier Laneurie)

Documentary Features
The Adults in the Room (Director/Screenplay: Andy Blubaugh)
Bisexual Revolution (Director: Eric Wastiaux & Laure Michel, Screenplay: Eric Wastiaux)
Bear Nation (Director/Screenplay: Malcolm Ingram)
Florent: Queen of the Meat Market (Director/Screenplay: David Sigal)
Forever’s Gonna Start Tonight (Director/Screenplay: Michelle Lawler)
Le Tigre: On Tour (Director: Kerthy Fix)
Gay Days (Director/Screenplay: Yair Qedar)
An Ordinary Couple (Director/Screenplay: Jay Gianukos & Susan Barnes)
Hooters! (Director/Screenplay: Anna Margarita Albelo)
The Other City (Director: Susan Koch, Screenplay: Jose Antonio Vargas)
Other Nature (Director/Screenplay: Nani Sahra Walker)
Postcard To Daddy (Director/Screenplay: Michael Stock)
Out in the Silence (Director/Screenplay: Dean Hamer & Joe Wilson)
Strange Powers: Stephin Merritt and the Magnetic Fields (Director/Screenplay: Kerthy Fix & Gail O’Hara)
Out of Annapolis (Director/Screenplay: Steve Clark Hall)
The Topp Twins: Untouchable Girls (Director/Screenplay: Leanne Pooley)

For more information on Outfest (including ticket info!), head on over to the fest's official site HERE.

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