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Frida Fest
Sep
23
4:00 PM16:00

Frida Fest

The L-Project Proudly Presents Frida Fest! Frida Fest Art and Music Festival is L-Project LA’s annual multicultural celebration honoring the life and legacy of Frida Kahlo. Co-sponsored by the City of West Hollywood, this signature fundraising event showcases the talents of local lesbian artists, performance artists, musicians, poets and vendors. Frida Fest brings together a rich blend of cultural vibes designed to stir your soul. Last year’s festival was a huge success and brought together over 200 members of the LGBTQ+ community and our supporters. Click here for tickets/more information.

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2015 Outfest Los Angeles
May
8
11:00 AM11:00

2015 Outfest Los Angeles

July 9-19, 2015

Outfest Los Angeles LGBT Film Festival is eleven days of not to be missed world-class films, panels, and parties. Full program will be announced on June 3 and Box Office opens to the public on June 15.

The festival galas include:

Opening Night Gala: Tig (Directed by Kristina Goolsby & Ashley York, starring Tig Notaro, Sarah Silverman, Zach Galifiankis)

US Dramatic Centerpiece: Nasty Baby (Directed by Sebastiån Silva, starring Kristin Wiig, Sebastiån Silva, Tunde Adebimpe, Alia Shawkat)

International Centerpiece:  The Summer of Sangaile (Directed by Alanté Kavaît)  International Centerpiece:  Eisenstein in Guanajuato (Directed by Peter Greenway, starring Elmer Båck)

Documentary Centerpiece:  Out to Win (Directed by Malcolm Ingram, featuring Billie Jean King, David Kopay, Jason Collins, Brittney Griner)
Documentary Centerpiece:  Best of Enemies (Directors: Morgan Neville & Robert Gordon)

Closing Night Gala: New Girlfriend (Directed by Francoîs Ozon, starring Romain Duris and Anais Demoustier)

Click here for tickets, schedule or more information.

 

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The Artemis Women in Action Film Festival
Apr
24
to Apr 26

The Artemis Women in Action Film Festival

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Don't miss the first-ever event celebrating action films and the women who kick ass in them!  Feature films, documentaries, short films and animation all showcasing empowered images of women! 3 days of non-stop female action heroes, warriors, martial artists and athletes! Panels featuring stuntwomen, film historians, female athletes and women's history will also be offered. Get your tickets now! All films are not yet rated.  Each individual screening description contains content/theme information, i.e. appropriate for all ages, some violence, adult themes, etc.

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LGBTwed Wedding Fashion Show
Mar
23
6:00 PM18:00

LGBTwed Wedding Fashion Show

LGBTwed presents the LGBT wedding fashion show of the west coast! Join us for a celebration of fashion, style, and love! In one of Downtown Los Angeles' coolest new event venues come out to view incredible design for your wedding, toast to love, and network with the best of the Fashion and Wedding industries. 

The show will begin at 7:30pm. Click here for tickets.

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Outfest Fusion
Mar
13
to Mar 14

Outfest Fusion

Outfest Fusion LGBT People of Color Film Festival

MARCH 13-14, 201

Tickets available on “Buy Tickets” under each program in the Film Schedule.

SCHEDULE AT A GLANCE

FRIDAY, MARCH 13

7:00pm – EXCLUSIVE TELEVISION EVENT: EMPIRE (Egyptian Theatre – Rigler)

7:30pm – STORIES OF OUR LIVES (Egyptian Theatre – Spielberg)

9:00pm – PARIS IS BURNING – New Digital Restoration! (Egyptian Theatre – Rigler)

9:30pm – DEAR WHITE PEOPLE (Egyptian Theatre – Spielberg)

SATURDAY, MARCH 14

2:00pm – THE YEAR WE THOUGHT ABOUT LOVE (Egyptian Theatre – Spielberg)

3:00pm – EAT WITH ME (Egyptian Theatre – Rigler)

4:00pm – I AM HAPPINESS ON EARTH (Egyptian Theatre – Spielberg)

5:00pm – ASCENDANCE: ANGELS OF CHANGE (Egyptian Theatre – Rigler)

6:00pm – DOCUMENTARY SHORTS (Egyptian Theatre – Spielberg)

8:00pm – FUSION GALA & ACHIEVEMENT AWARD PRESENTATION (Egyptian Theatre – Rigler)

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Author Cynthia Bond Reads from Ruby
Mar
1
7:00 PM19:00

Author Cynthia Bond Reads from Ruby

Free Event but seats are limited so reservations are recommended. Make your reservation here. Suggested donation $10.

Author Cynthia Bond’s debut novel, Ruby, has received tremendous acclaim. This beautiful and devastating book heralds the arrival of a major new voice in fiction. Ms. Bond will read from Ruby at a FREE event in the Renberg Theatre (reservations recommended). Copies of Ruby will be on sale after the reading. For more information click here.

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