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  1. 'Those People': Provincetown Review

    3:35 pm 6/23/2015

    A new romance exposes the unhealthy dynamic between two gay best friends on Manhattan's well-heeled Upper East Side in this delayed coming-of-age drama.Read more

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  2. 'Queens & Cowboys: A Straight Year on the Gay Rodeo': Film Review

    11:01 am 7/21/2014

    Matt Livadary's documentary chronicles a season of the International Gay Rodeo Association.Read more

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  3. Outfest: 'Drunktown's Finest' and 'The Circle' Awarded Top Jury Prizes

    3:51 pm 7/20/2014

    The audience award winners included the dramatic feature "The Way He Looks," directed by Daniel Ribeiro, and the documentary "Back on Board: Greg Louganis," directed by Cheryl Furjanic.Read more

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  4. 'Lyle': Outfest Review

    11:04 am 7/12/2014

    A Brooklyn-set psychological thriller stars Gaby Hoffmann as a pregnant lesbian housewife. Read more

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  5. Horror Film 'Lyle' Stars Gaby Hoffmann in a Sinister Ode to 'Rosemary's Baby' (Exclusive Video)

    4:56 pm 7/8/2014

    Writer-director Stewart Thorndike's feature film premieres at Outfest in L.A. on July 12.Read more

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  6. James Schamus to Receive Outfest Achievement Award

    11:26 am 6/24/2014

    The former Focus Features CEO will be honored on opening night of Los Angeles' LGBT film festival.Read more

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  7. Gillian Jacobs and Leighton Meester's 'Life Partners' to Open Outfest

    1:34 pm 5/13/2014

    The LGBT film fest, which runs July 10-20, will close with Jack Plotnick's "Space Station 76."Read more

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  8. The Happy Sad: Outfest Review

    4:59 pm 7/22/2013

    Director Rodney Evans takes a look at bisexuality and open relationships in New York.Read more

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  9. Outfest Closes With Darren Stein's Witty Indie Teen Comedy 'G.B.F.'

    2:19 pm 7/22/2013

    The 31st annual LGBT film festival wrapped Sunday.Read more

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  10. Igloo: Outfest Review

    2:49 pm 7/21/2013

    Young Chilean actor Diego Ruiz explores grief, sexuality and addiction in his directorial debut.Read more

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