Kick off Sonoma County Pride by joining the OUTwatch: Wine Country's LGBTQI Film Festival for its FABULOUS collection of Short LGBTQI Films for All, screening on Thursday June 2nd at 7pm (tickets are $10).
Highlights include films featuring Sonoma County folk and films by Bay Area filmmakers, and there will also be raffles & prizes!
- Queer Habits - Our own Russian River Sisters, on the big screen! 14 min.
- Partners - Sonoma County’s Redwood Rainbows Square Dancers are featured. USA 17 min.
- First Session - These women take it to the therapist. USA 7 min.
- Tradesman’s Exit - He’s got power tools and he knows how to use them! SF 12 min.
- Transproofed Calpernia - Addams gets ready for a “straight date” in this comedy. USA 14 min.
- Pro Homo - Seattle’s Reel Grrls tell us how it is. USA 3 min.
- AND MORE
The First Session (2015)
Director: Ryan Logan; 7 min.
Two desperate and adventurous women in search of relationship help visit a new therapist for their first session.
Director: Martin Bautista; 18 min.
In 1990s Mexico, little Arturo is being bullied at school for girlish ways he can’t help. A rich fantasy life helps him cope and build a connection with his handsome uncle, who is struggling himself with HIV in an era of intolerance.
Tradesman’s Exit (2015)
Director: Tom E. Brown; 13 min.
Hank, an eccentric handyman with power tools and a temper, finds that taking things apart can be emotionally cathartic, in this San Francisco-made zinger.