2023 Outfest LA LGBTQ+ Film Festival

Virtual Screening: Shorts: Gurl, Bye!

Expired July 31, 2023 6:59 AM
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9 films in package
100% USDA Certified Organic Homemade Tofu
Nikki spices things up at her mom’s struggling tofu restaurant while working to afford her breast augmentation surgery.
A History of Sitting in Waiting Rooms (Or Whatever Longer Title You Prefer)
A butch Latina finding herself in 90s Queens, NY with the help of her imaginary best friend Boo, a civil war ghost.
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As You Are
When an interabled queer couple spends the night together for the first time, they must confront their complex relationships with desire, sexuality, and bodily autonomy.
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The story of Olivia and Kristen’s romantic relationship, told through the intimate perspective of the bathroom mirror.
Complicated Order
When Remy accidentally places a food delivery order to her estranged ex-girlfriend’s house, she sets out on a journey to retrieve it.
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The Funnel
A story about love, ancestral power, and the Black experience of displacement and resilience.
The Little Things
An elderly woman braves the outdoors for the first time after having fallen a year prior, when her dog Baylee, wants to go for a walk. Outfest Fusion 2023 One Minute Movie Contest Honorable Mention.
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Your Love
A love story is set to the backdrop of DJ Khanvict’s remixed imagining of the iconic Punjabi folk song “Ik Tera Pyaar.”
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A music video for Maika Küster’s exploration of the multiple representations created around objects of desire.
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A love story is set to the backdrop of DJ Khanvict’s remixed imagining of the iconic Punjabi folk song “Ik Tera Pyaar.”

  • Year
  • Runtime
    4 minutes
  • Language
    English, Panjabi
  • Country
  • Premiere
    United States
  • Genre
    Short Film, Narrative
  • Social Media
  • Director
    Sundeep Morrison
  • Screenwriter
    Sundeep Morrison
  • Producer
    Sundeep Morrison
  • Executive Producer
    Tarun Nayar
  • Co-Producer
    Mohammad Shah, Bhavani Rao
  • Cast
    Anajli Khurana, Someya Bagai, Ruchika Gupta, Mona Sishodia, Suni M, Ramy El-Etreby, Tanzila Ahmed, Ravi Ranawaka
  • Cinematographer
    Nate Cuboi
  • Editor
    Faroukh Virani
  • Music