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Best of LGBT Short Films

Date: Sunday, August 28, 2011
Time: 12:00 PM
Calendar8/28/2011 12:00:00 PM8/28/2011 12:00:00 PMAmerica/Los_AngelesBest of LGBT Short Films At The Observatory North Park2891 University Ave, San Diego, CA 92104Website: https://filmoutsandiego.tix.com/Event.aspx?EventCode=381499FalseMM/DD/YYYY

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Winner Takes All (2011), Director: Camille Carida, 17min, USA.
A self-involved but seductive beauty engineers his two lovers to fight over him. And we mean, really fight.

Nothing Happened (2010), Director: Julia Kots, 10min, USA.
Sex, drugs, diet tips. Girlfriends tell each other everything. But is there one topic that should stay off-limits?

Sylvia’s Spell (2011), Director: Randy Caspersen, 13min, USA.
An amateur witch must undo a magical spell when it has unexpected consequences on her gay best friend.

Rockin’ the Rainbow (2010), Director, Sonia Hosko, 5min, Canada.
Abby has just had her first sexual experience with a woman and confides in her older, outspokenly lesbian sister Emma, expecting some kind of sound advice.

Freak (2011), Director: Eric Casaccio, 18min, USA.
Randall, a hard working yet fragile soul faces his inner demons buried behind a drag queen persona while pursuing the dream of a lifetime.

5 Dysfunctional People in a Car (2010), Director: Pat Mills, 5min, Canada.
A 43-year old woman, her 21-year old boyfriend, her unhappy married sister, an aging mother and a burgeoning lesbian niece take a ride into discontent one winter’s afternoon.

Punch Me (2010), Director: Robert X. Golphin, 14min, USA.
With a romance on the rocks and a father on his sick bed, a young man must accept his true identity before he loses the two people he loves most.

Alone (2011), Director: Russell Sheaffer, 3min, USA.
An experimental look at the connections people form with each other within their relationship to the city. Shot and edited entirely on 16mm b&w reversal film by local filmmaker Sheaffer.

The Queen (2010), Director: Christina Choe, 8min, Korea/USA.
Bobby, a Korean-American teenage outcast, is working at his parents’ dry cleaners on prom weekend. When the prom queen and her boyfriend stop by with their dress and tuxedo, Bobby creates his own night to remember.

Suck-A-Thumb (2009), Director: Richard Mansfield, 6min, United Kingdom.
Konrad is a bright young boy, kind of heart and full of joy, but…he has a terrible addiction that can only end in one painful and bloody way! See him SUCK! See his Mother SCREAM! See the terrible scissors go SNIP SNAP! Filmed in frightening 2D Shad-O-Vision.

Domestic Shorthair Underground (2010), Director: Kevin Kwan, 15min, USA.
A seemingly normal subway ride across Manhattan transforms into a comic anthropological study of the local and exotic species of New York City’s gay “wildlife.”

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