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Outfest announces 2009 festival lineup!

Chase Whale

by: Chase Whale
June 1st, 2009

Outfest is a Los Angeles-based nonprofit organization dedicated to nurturing, showcasing and protecting lesbian, gay, bisexual and transgender (LGBT) media. Today they have announced an innovative and diverse programming lineup for Outfest 2009: The 27th Los Angeles Gay and Lesbian Film Festival.

In addition to the 181 films (65 features and 116 shorts) from 25 countries, Outfest hosts over a dozen panels and special events at seven venues across Los Angeles including West Hollywood, Hollywood, Santa Monica and Downtown.

The festival runs from July 9-19. Tickets go on sale on June 8 to Outfest members and on June 15 to the general public. Go HERE to get more info.

See the full lineup after the jump!

U.S. Dramatic Features

American Primitive (Director: Gwendolyn Wynne, Screenplay: Gwendolyn Wynne & Mary Beth Fielder)
And Then Came Lola (Directors/Screenplay: Ellen Seidler & Megan Siler)
Drool (Director/Screenplay: Nancy Kissam)
Fiona’s Script (Director/Screenplay: Florencia Manovil)
Fruit Fly (Director/Screenplay: H.P. Mendoza)
Hannah Free (Director: Wendy Jo Carlton, Screenplay: Claudia Allen)
Hollywood, je t’aime (Director/Screenplay: Jason Bushman)
Lucky Bastard (Director/Screenplay:: Everett Lewis)
Make the Yuletide Gay (Director/Screenplay: Rob Williams)
Misconceptions (Director: Ron Satlof, Screenplay: Ron Satlof & Ira Pearlstein)
Motherland (Director/Screenplay: Doris Yeung)
Pornography (Director/Screenplay: David Kittredge)
Rives Wash Over Me (Director: John C. Young, Screenplay: John C. Young & Darien Sills-Evans)
We Are the Mods (Director: E.E. Cassidy. Screenplay: E.E. Cassidy & Bruce Pavalon)

International Dramatic Features

Ander (Director/Screenplay: Roberto Caston)
The Baby Formula (Director: Alison Reid, Screenplay: Richard Beattie)
Bandaged (Director: Maria Beatty, Screenplay: Claire Menichi)
Boy (Director: Auraeus Solito, Screenplay: Jimmy Flores & Arturo Calo)
Chef’s Special (Director: Nacho G. Velilla, Scr: Nacho G. Velilla, Oriol Capel, Antonio Sanchez & David S. Olivias)
The End of Love (Director/Screenplay: Simon Chung)
An Englishman in New York (Director: Richard Laxton, Screenplay: Brian Fillis)
Ghosted (Director: Monica Treut, Screenplay: Astrid Stroner & Monjka Treut)
Give Me Your Hand (Director: Pascal-Alex Vincent, Scr: Pascal-Alex Vincent, Martin Drouot & Oliver Nicklaus)
Greek Pete (Director/Screenplay: Andrew Haigh)
Lion’s Den (Director: Pablo Trapero, Scr: Alejandro Fadel, Martin Mauregui, Santiago Mitre & Pablo Trapero)
The Man Who Loved Yngve (Director: Stian Kristiansen, Screenplay: Tore Renberg)
Mr. Right (Director: Jacqueline Morris, Screenplay: David Morris)
Patrik, Age 1.5 (Director/Screenplay: Ella Lemhagen)
Raging Sun, Raging Sky (Rabioso Sol, Rabioso Cielo) (Director/Screenplay: Julian Hernandez)
To Faro (Director/Screenplay: Nana Neul)

Documentary Features

After The Storm (Director: Hilla Medalia)
Against A Trans Narrative (Director/Screenplay: Jules Rosskam)
Beautiful Darling (Director/Screenplay: James Rasin)
City of Borders (Director: Yun Suh)
College Boys Live (Director: George O’Donnell)
Edie & Thea: A Very Long Engagement (Director/Screenplay: Greta Olafsdottir & Susan Muska)
Fish Out of Water (Director/Screenplay: Ky Dickens)
It Came From Kuchar (Director/Screenplay: Jennifer Kroot)
Lady Trojans/Training Rules (Lady Trojans Director: Elizabeth Hesik; Training Rules Director: Dee Mosbacher)
Off and Running (Director: Nicole Opper)
On These Shoulders We Stand (Director/Screenplay: Glenne McElhinney)
Pop Star on Ice (Director/Screenplay: David Barba & James Pellerito)
Prodigal Son (Director: Kimberly Reed)
Sounds Like Teen Spirit (Director: Jamie J Johnson)
Still Black: A Portrait of Black Transmen (Director: Kortney Ryan Ziegler)
Two Spirits: Sexuality, Gender, and the Murder of Fred Martinez (Director: Lydia Nibley)

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