Last night Outfest celebrated its 25th Anniversary—and what a party it was!
The nation's oldest GLBT film festival packed in the partyers (think pre-party & an after-party) with free-flowing vodka and great eats from some of L.A.'s most fab restaurants.
The night was anchored by a a screening of SAVE ME starring everyone's favorite Tony Danza foil Judith Light. No high-powered ad ex with big, blonde '80s hair here, folks. Dame Judith gives dang fine acting—it's a touching, tremendously moving, and utterly believable performance in a film that is much more palatable than cynical gays might first presume.
Definitely something L.A.ers should check out while they can. Out and proud gay actors/producers Chad Allen and Robert Gant also star.
But, now onto that party...Oh, great...my camera won't download the pics right now. Well, just close your eyes and picture thousands of GLBT and GLBT-friendly revelers shaking their money makers under stars with cocktails aplenty. In the crowd, we spotted: Bill Condon, Tori Spelling, Robert Gant, Peter Paige, Gregory Michael, Daryll Stephens, Calpernia Addams, Reichen and Perez Hilton among others!
Check out the GLBT films while you can folks, today through July 23rd. Go to outfest.org for a schedule of films.