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program, which tells a tapestry of stories, both documentary and fiction, both gay, lesbian, bisexual, and transgendered, of people making the choice to live life to its fullest, sometimes under adverse circumstances.
Club Skirts Dinah Shore Weekend, in association with One More Lesbian (OML), have announced the official selection of lesbian-themed projects that will be screened at this year’s “Dinah Film Festival.” The Fest, which debuted last year to immense success, is set to return this year again at the Palm Springs Hilton Hotel on Friday, April 4 at pm offering attendees the chance to preview a slew of unique and original programs. #Hashtag follows the love lives of two technology-obsessed friends in Chicago.
The 2014 Dinah Film Festival will showcase five web series, and present three exclusive world-premieres featuring a short film, a documentary and an exclusive advanced trailer. From Instagram seduction to inappropriate selfies, Twitter over sharing to OKCupid dating, Liv and Skylar are about to learn the real-life consequences of over-indulgence in the virtual world.
The categories are as follow: Dyke Central is an Oakland-based dramedy that centers around 30-something butch roommates Alex and Gin. The show stars Marnie Alton (Exs & Ohs, Cowgirl Up), stand up comedian Caitlin Berg and actress/writer Laura Zak.
To commemorate those who have struggled and lost the fight with coming out, actress, activist , writer, and director Jill Bennett directs a video farewell to those members of the LGBT community we’ve lost to suicide.
The stark, stunning video features Bennett, Dalila Ali Rajah, Haviland Stillwell, Lauren Neal, Conor Lane, and Tyler Lowell. I knew that I didn’t have the answer,” Bennett explains in a release.
“But what I could do is say goodbye.” For out actress Bennett, National Coming Out Day is not only a time for celebrating the individuals who identify as LGBT, but also a time to pay tribute to the members of our community that we have lost.
“This video is a tribute and a statement from us, the survivors.
Starring Dalila Ali Rajah (Cherry Bomb, Grey’s Anatomy, New Girl), Shelli Boone (Saints and Sinners, Entourage), Diane Sellers (Rules of Engagement, It’s Always Sunny in Philadelphia), Darryl Stephens (Noah’s Arc, Hot Guys with Guns), Doug Spearman (Noah’s Arc, Old Dogs & New Tricks), Jill Bennett (Second Shot, Dante’s Cove), Marc Samuel (General Hospital, Hot Guys with Guns), and Jason Stuart (Big Gay Love, Coffee Date).
, a diverse group of masculine-of-center identified people speak to their experiences of gender expression, gender identity, attractions, parents, partners, pregnancy, breastfeeding, conflicts, parenting and hopes for the future through the lens of carrying a baby in their bodies. Taking you on a sensory odyssey, “AND COUNTING” invites you to hear and visualize one man’s journey of living longer than he ever imagined possible with HIV.