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Outfest Rounds Out Lineup For Its 40th Los Angeles LGBTQ+ Film Festival

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Outfest has announced the complete lineup for its 40th-anniversary Outfest Los Angeles LGBTQ+ Film Festival, which will take place from July 14-24 at multiple locations throughout Los Angeles.More than 200 films, representing 29 countries, will screen as part of this year’s lineup.

42 will make their world premieres, including the doc Stay on Board: The Leo Baker Story from Drew Barrymore’s Flower Films and Pulse Films; the UK feature Phea, starring Sherika Sherard; Mercedes Kane’s Art and Pep; and Scout Durwood’s Youtopia.Outfest Los Angeles’ Episodics section will also feature a host of world premieres, including advanced looks at at Shudder’s forthcoming docuseries Queer for Fear; the comedy special Queer Riot, headlined by Margaret Cho; and writer-producer Des Moran’s series halfsies, as well as a free sneak peek screening of the upcoming Prime Video series A League of Their Own, starring Abbi Jacobson.The fest’s Platinum section, spotlighting creators of experimental LGBTQIA+ media and performance, will includes screenings of Addison Heimann’s SXSW premiere Hypochondriac, the celebrated doc The End of Wonderland and a shorts showcase, as well as presentations which will see the Platinum Maverick Award and The Platinum Alchemy Award presented to writer-filmmaker Clive Barker and musical artist Big Freedia, respectively.The 2022 festival will also feature the three-night event Outfest Under the Stars, which combines screenings with live, on-stage performance, and the 6th Outfest Los Angeles Trans, Nonbinary & Intersex Summit, as well as numerous Legacy screenings and special events.

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