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Short Film: A FRIEND OF DOROTHY, 4min., Sweden, LGBT/Family

Gabrielle comes home and finds her two dads in distress, they want to have a serious talk.

  • Project Title (Original Language):

    Välkommen Ut

  • Film Type:

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Director BIO: Kayden Phoenix (PENANCE)

Director Biography – Kayden Phoenix

Kayden Phoenix is a Chicana Writer and Director from Boyle Heights, California. She received a full ride academic scholarship to Loyola Marymount University where she acquired a BA in Business Administration, with an Emphasis in Marketing. 227 more words

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Short Film: PENANCE, 4min., USA, LGBT/Experimental

Latinnials usurp their conversion therapy class and take their justice.

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  • Film Type:

    Short

  • Genres:

    lgtbq, horror, thriller

  • Runtime:

    3 minutes 50 seconds…

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Short Film: YAMAN, 17min., Australia, LGBT/ Drama

Yaman follows a young couple Nitya and Vishal, at the most pivotal juncture of their lives. With a deep spiritual and empirical connection to classical Indian music the narrative disentangles the chronologies of the past and the present of their decade long relationship. 36 more words

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Winning LGBT Short Screenplay Reading of CAIROS by Zach Paul Brown

During a rare celestial event, two women reunite.

CAST LIST:

Woman 1 – 1 – PAOLA SCATTOLON
Student (f) – 3 – KATELYN VARAD
Narration – PETER NELSONI… 35 more words

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LGBT Best Scene Screenplay Reading of VIN AND JILL by Gracious Vallarious

After drunkenly assaulting his intolerant father, a young transgender man, Vinny Talarosa, meets a fastidious lawyer and trans woman, Jillian Hunter, who helps him out of his family predicament. 124 more words

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LGBT Festival Testimonial – November 26 2018

Kate Whitehead

This is a great festival with a great team. Their communication was amazing. We were to pleased with the quality of the taped reading of our screenplay and it really helped us with our script moving forward. 21 more words

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