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Outfest's 8th Annual Fusion Film Festival Lineup

Outfest's 8th Annual Fusion Film Festival Lineup

Outfest has announced its lineup for Fusion: the Los Angeles LGBT People of Color Film Festival. The festival will be held March 4th and 5th at the Egyptian Theater in Hollywood. Now in its eighth year, Fusion is the only multicultural LGBT film festival of its kind. The festival will include short films, feature films, panels, workshops, and parties that highlight and celebrate the diversity of the LGBT community.

Outfest has announced its lineup for Fusion: the Los Angeles LGBT People of Color Film Festival. The festival will be held March 4th and 5th at the Egyptian Theater in Hollywood.

Now in its eighth year, Fusion is the only multicultural LGBT film festival of its kind. The festival will include short films, feature films, panels, workshops, and parties that highlight and celebrate the diversity of the LGBT community. Get more information or purchase tickets here!

Here is the Fusion 2011 lineup:

Friday, March 4:

 The Wiz Sing-A-Long, 8:00 pm - Rigler Theatre

Saturday, March 5:

Hooters! The Making of Older, Wiser, Lesbian Cinema 1:00 pm - Spielberg Theatre 

Behind the Scenes: Pariah - A Conversation with writer/director Dee Rees and producer Nekisa Cooper 3:00 pm - Rigler Theatre

A Thousand Clouds of Peace - Legacy Project Screening 3:30 pm - Spielberg Theatre

Fusion Shorts Program 5:30 pm - Rigler Theatre

A hilarious spoof on intervention programs kicks off a cinematic journey through the twists and turns of being in the family. From taking a stand despite resistance of disapproving kin and friends, to uncomfortable love triangulations, to youthful experimentation, it's the Fusion Shorts Program – all with a dash of lipstick and sequins to make it sparkle.
 
Stop It - Alma 

Revolution

Time After Time

Andy

Remember Me In Red

Family In The Frame

The Queen

Change

Fusion Gala: 

Fit 8:00 pm - Rigler Theatre. Fit was directed by Rikki Beadle-Blair, the recipient of the Fusion Achievement Award. 

Fusion Achievement Award:

Rikki Beadle-Blair has a life-long commitment to creating challenging and transformative entertainment. Rikki wrote the movie Stonewall, a co-production between BBC Films and Christine Vachon's Killer Films, and won the Outfest 1996 Award for Outstanding Screenwriting. In 2001, Rikki wrote, directed, acted in, and composed the soundtrack for the internationally successful UK series Metrosexuality. In the US, he was a writer and the executive story editor for Noah's Arc. In the last two years Rikki has directed three feature films: Fit (which was distributed to every school in the UK), Kickoff and Bashment. He is currently working on his trilogy of feature films The South London Passion Project, to be shot this summer in South London. The Fusion Achievement Award will be presented to Rikki Beadle-Blair during the opening remarks of the Fusion Gala.

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