Todd Flaherty's new comedy examines the complexities of platonic love between queer men. It hits Outfest Los Angeles July 15.
The film festival's highlights include Billy Porter's comedy "Anything's Possible" and "They/Them," a horror movie set at a conversion therapy camp.
The indie comedy, which hits Outfest Los Angeles this week, is based on filmmaker Jonathan Wysocki's early years in a conservative California town.
James Sweeney's comedy, also starring Katie Findlay, grapples with the improbability of finding a "soul mate." It plays Outfest Los Angeles this week.
This week I talked with Jason Stuart one of the most prolific character actors and an outrageous openly gay stand-up comedian.
Outfest -- the Los Angeles-based nonprofit organization promoting equality by creating, sharing, and protecting LGBT stories on the screen - has announced the award winners of its 2015 Outfest Los Angeles LGBT Film Festival, presented by HBO.
This film was really about awakening. Each character had their own awakening. Each was set on a new path because Jenny wanted to finally be honest about her life and her love.
I started writing screenplays while I was in high school; feature film scripts. By the time I got to LA I had written about 20 scripts. I went to college at Vassar in NY and got a BA in Film Production, then I went to USC for Screenwriting.