LOS ANGELES - The thid annual ONE Queer Film Fest will take place Sunday, April 22, at REDCAT (Roy and Edna Disney/CalArts Theater) in downtown Los Angeles.
The festival presented by ONE National Gay & Lesbian Archives, the world's largest collection of LGBT history and culture, is a celebration of the diversity, culture and history of queer communities.
Both historic and contemporary films are screened within the festival to address the growth and transformation of the LGBT community, as well as current cultural and political trends.
The films offer multicultural and multigenerational perspectives, and encourage exchange within the LGBT community.
Complete film listings, ticket purchases additional festival information can be found on the REDCAT site or by calling the box office at 213-237-2800. Tickets are $16 at the box office, 631 W. 2nd St., downtown Los Angeles. A VIP pass to all three series is available for $50. All proceeds benefit the work of ONE Archives.
Here & Now: Youth & Family Short Series
This PSA Is Gay - Miranda Kasher, George Khabbaz, Patric Verrone, Marka Maberry-Gaulke, Albert Zeng
Thresholds - Yovani Flores
Two Boys - Victor Bumbalo
Love Our Families - Anjoum Agrama, Xochi Maberry-Gaulke, Gabe Benjamin
Spiral Transition - Ewan Duarte
Same Difference - Lisa Udelson and Catherine Opie
Panel and Q&A moderated by Deputy Directory of the ACLU Southern California James Gilliam with filmmakers and cast to follow screening.
Honoring History: LGBT History Program
We Were There - Pat Rocco
Never Too Late - Wendy L. Weinberg
Delphinium: A Childhood Portrait of Derek Jarman - Matthew Mishory
Hope Along the Wind (a biography of gay pioneer Harry Hay) - Eric Slade
Program will be followed by comments from Stuart Timmons, author of The Trouble With Harry Hay, and book signing.
Directed by Christopher Racster
Followed by Q&A moderated by After Elton entertainment reporter Jim Halterman with actors Robert Gant and Chad Allen and writer Robert Desiderio.
Reception with “Save Me” filmmakers and cast with acoustic performances by singer/songwriter
ONE National Gay & Lesbian Archives is the oldest active LGBTQ organization in the United States and the largest repository of LGBTQ materials in the world. Founded in 1952, ONE Archives currently houses more than two million archival items including periodicals, books, films, video and audio recordings, photographs, artworks, organizational records and personal papers. For more information, please visit www.onearchives.org or connect on Facebook.