Shorts: We Are Limitless + One Minute Movie Contest

Sunday, April 18

Gates – 7:00pm / Program – 8:00-10:30pm

Exposition Park – LA Coliseum Lawn

From historic trailblazers to everyday people, the protagonists of these six indelible stories each find the courage to take a step into the unknown, sparking the possibility for monumental changes in their lives. Whether it’s an unlikely real-life run for president, or a possible portal into another world, the tales they have to tell are unlike anything you’ve heard before.

This drive-in will include a screening + awards presentation of the finalists from the Outfest Fusion One Minute Movie Contest.


Vehicle Entry (Required): $30

Passenger Entry (Required for every person in the vehicle): $8


And Then

Mana, a Japanese-American woman who arrives in Tokyo seeking to find a break from her life as an artist, meets Haru, a Japanese woman from the countryside who dreams of becoming an artist herself one day. 

Graduation (親如一家)

Following a graduation celebration, four Chinese people must navigate their relationships’ futures as dictated by the circumstances of life and their families.

Sunday’s Child

After moving to Los Angeles, Esi stumbles upon a vivid house party of QTPOC and for the first time in her life, feels welcomed into a community where she can let down her walls.

The Beauty President

In 1992, Joan Jett Blakk made a historic bid for the White House as one of the first openly queer write-in candidates. Today, Terence Smith, the man behind the persona, reflects back on his place in gay rights history at the height of the AIDS crisis.

Unliveable (Inabitável)

Marilene searches for her daughter Roberta, a trans woman who went missing. While running out of time, she discovers a hope for the future.

Valiente (Brave)

Victor finds the courage to disclose his HIV status to his partner.


900 W Exposition Blvd,
Los Angeles, CA 90037

The drive-in is situated in front of the iconic Los Angeles Memorial Coliseum, site of the Olympics in 1932 & 1984, and home to the oldest palm tree in Los Angeles! Exposition Park, conveniently located next to DTLA is now home to numerous museums and the Los Angeles Football Club.