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
DRIVE-IN PROGRAM INCLUDES:
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.
Following a graduation celebration, four Chinese people must navigate their relationships’ futures as dictated by the circumstances of life and their families.
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.
Marilene searches for her daughter Roberta, a trans woman who went missing. While running out of time, she discovers a hope for the future.
Victor finds the courage to disclose his HIV status to his partner.
EXPOSITION PARK – SOUTH LAWN
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.