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Check out our iPhone app & get FIT at the Fusion Gala!

Check out our iPhone app & get FIT at the Fusion Gala!

Check out our iPhone app & get FIT at the Fusion Gala!

Fusion Gala: FIT

Saturday, March 5th at 8:00pm

This charming film from Fusion 2011 Achievement Award recipient Rikki Beadle-Blair
takes an exuberant and funny look at gay and straight love among the new millennials.
Everything from secret crushes to homophobic attitudes are revealed by the rambunctious
students taking Drama and Dance from Loris. None of the teens are what they seem
at first glance, with gay hearts lurking behind exteriors and straight kids expressing
themselves in very queer ways. The Fusion Achievement Award will be presented to
Rikki Beadle-Blair during the opening remarks of the Fusion Gala, which will close
with The Fusion Party.

Fusion: The Los Angeles LGBT People of Color Film Festival will be held March 4-5
at the Egyptian Theatre in Hollywood. To find out about more exciting programming
including THE WIZ Sing-Along and our ever-popular Fusion Shorts program, visit outfest.org/fusion

Complete Fusion 2011 program information

Fusion 2011 has an iPhone app!

You can browse, filter and search the schedule of screenings, plus get all the juicy
details with access to film synopses, trailers and audience buzz. Then, add screenings
to your personal calendar and export it with iCal. You can even share your festival

Call for Submissions: Outfest 2011

Outfest opens its call for submissions for completed narrative, documentary, experimental
and animated films and videos (both features and shorts). Held in Los Angeles in
July 2011, filmmakers from across the country and around the globe are invited
to submit their work and join in the celebration of the gay and lesbian community’s
vision and artistry. The Final deadline for Outfest 2011 submissions is March 7.

World Premiere of 1950s lesbian bar footage
at the UCLA Festival of Preservation
restored films from the Outfest Legacy Project for LGBT Film Preservation will
which runs March 3-27 at the Billy Wilder Theater. The first program, March 6 at
2:00pm, includes QUEENS AT HEART, the premiere of MONA’S CANDLE LIGHT and CHOOSING
CHILDREN and the second, March 11 at 7:30pm, is a tribute to the great Tom Chomont.

This week’s Outfest news:

Fusion 2011 Spotlight, Fusion Gala: FIT
World Premiere of 1950s lesbian bar footage at the UCLA Festival of Preservation

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 Fusion Gala: FIT 
This charming film from Fusion 2011 Achievement Award recipient Rikki Beadle-Blair takes an exuberant and funny look at gay and straight love among the new millennials. Everything from secret crushes to homophobic attitudes are revealed by the rambunctious students taking Drama and Dance from Loris. None of the teens are what they seem at first glance, with gay hearts lurking behind exteriors and straight kids expressing themselves in very queer ways. The Fusion Achievement Award will be presented to Rikki Beadle-Blair during the opening remarks of the Fusion Gala, which will close with The Fusion Party. 
Fusion: The Los Angeles LGBT People of Color Film Festival will be held March 4-5 at the Egyptian Theatre in Hollywood. To find out about more exciting programming including THE WIZ Sing-Along and our ever-popular Fusion Shorts program, visit outfest.org/fusion. 
Complete Fusion 2011 program information  
and tickets at outfest.org/fusion.
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The best part: it’s free! Download it here. 

Outfest opens its call for submissions for completed narrative, documentary, experimental and animated films and videos (both features and shorts). Held in Los Angeles in July 2011, filmmakers from across the country and around the globe are invited to submit their work and join in the celebration of the gay and lesbian community’s vision and artistry. The Final deadline for Outfest 2011 submissions is March 7.

Details and submission information at outfest.org.
Recently restored films from the Outfest Legacy Project for LGBT Film Preservation will be featured in two programs during this year’s UCLA Festival of Preservation, which runs March 3-27 at the Billy Wilder Theater. The first program, March 6 at 2:00pm, includes QUEENS AT HEART, the premiere of MONA’S CANDLE LIGHT and CHOOSING CHILDREN and the second, March 11 at 7:30pm, is a tribute to the great Tom Chomont.
More information and tickets at Outfest.org. 
Fusion 2011 Spotlight, Fusion Gala: FIT Fusion 2011 has an iPhone app! Call for Submissions: Outfest 2011 World Premiere of 1950s lesbian bar footage at the UCLA Festival of Preservation
   
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