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NewFilmmakers LA Presents LGBTQ+ Cinema with The Montalbán @ 2023 LA PRIDE

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Curated by NewFilmmakers Los Angeles (NFMLA) and hosted by the Montalbán Theatre for 2023 LA PRIDE this event features three blocks of LGBTQ+ films, spotlighting emerging LGBTQ+ filmmakers, and telling stories from across the spectrum of queer identities by artists from a diverse range of backgrounds, including a strong representation of BIPOC storytellers. The event also hosts a full bar with reception space for mingling throughout the duration of the day and Q&A sessions with filmmakers from each program.

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Program #1 (suitable for all ages)

3:15 PM – 5:00 PM - Screening

  • ¡Nails! (Eliana Pipes)
  • At Last (Lorena Gordon)
  • Keep/Delete (Kryzz Gautier)
  • Fish (Jeremy Hsing)
  • The Bra Mitzvah (Stacy Jill Calvert)
  • Juliet (Ira (Irina) Storozhenko)
  • Bertie the Brilliant (Gabriela Garcia Medina)

5:00 PM – 5:15 PM – Audience Q&A

Program #2 (suitable for ages 18+)

5:30 PM – 7:15 PM – Screening

  • Inside The Beauty Bubble (Cheryl Bookout, Cheri Gaulke)
  • AIDS DIVA: The Legend of Connie Norman (Dante Alencastre)

7:15 PM – 7:45 PM – Audience Q&A

Program #3 (suitable for ages 18+)

8:15 PM – 10:00 PM – Screening

  • Love In The Time Of Corona (Lila Schmitz)
  • In France Michelle is a Man's Name (Em Weinstein)
  • F1-100 (Emory Chao Johnson)
  • Somnium (L.E. Woods)
  • Emotional Labor (Alexa Best)
  • Acuitzeramo (Miguel Angel Caballero)
  • We All Die Alone (Jonathan Hammond)

10:00 PM – 10:15 PM – Audience Q&A


Montalbán Theatre
1615 Vine St
Hollywood, CA 90028
(323) 461-6999

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NewFilmmakers Los Angeles (NFMLA) champions emerging and diverse filmmakers and storytellers from around the world. In an effort to showcase, support, educate and build relationships for next-gen filmmakers, NFMLA has rapidly expanded beyond the NFMLA Monthly Film Festival to host an array of workshops, panels, competitions and networking programs, including the InFocus initiative which combats the lack of diversity in media by celebrating underrepresented voices.