The Ray Stark Family Theatre
USC School of Cinematic Arts Complex (click for map)
Saturday, Febuary 9, 2-5 pm
Tickets on sale here
This annual event showcases the short films of USC students and alumni that are about, of interest to, or made by gay, lesbian, bisexual, transgender or intersex people. The submittals doubled last year's and we are working hard to narrow it down to show you the best of the best. Awards for Artistic Merit and LGBT Awareness will be presented by an honorary jury:
Randal Kleiser MA ’74
Director of The Blue Lagoon, Flight of the Navigator, White Fang, and the 1996 AIDS drama It’s My Party. His first film Grease is the most successful movie musical ever made.
Managing editor of The Advocate magazine, its website and its sister magazine, HIV Plus. He also serves as an editor for Curbed LA, covering real estate, architecture and urban planning.
Tina Mabry '05
Best known as the director of Mississippi Damned, she was named among the “25 New Faces of Independent Film” in Filmmaker Magazine and was featured in The Advocate magazine as part of their “Top 40 Under 40” issue.
Jason Clodfelter '00
Senior Vice President, U.S. Drama Development and Programming for Sony Pictures Television where he guides the development of scripted programming for drama series, working on projects for both broadcast and cable.
Director of LGBT documentary “On the Shoulders We Stand” who founded Impact Stories, a California oral history and documentary film project.
Hosted by Drew Droege
Stand-up comedian, television personality and one of OUT magazine’s “Out 100.” He is best known for his online impersonations of Chloe Sevingy.
Tickets include the screening and reception with cocktail reception and light appetizers. IDs will be checked. Ticket sales will benefit the Don Thompson Scholarship in Cinematic Arts, awarded to filmmakers who support LGBT issues.