PHOTOS: LGBT Filmmakers Congregate At Sundance’s Queer Brunch

Evan Mulvihill has been reporting live from the best gay-interest screenings, parties and panels at the 2012 Sundance Film Festival in Park City, Utah. (PS: Check in on our sister site, GayCities, if you’re there!)

On Sunday the Queer Brunch, hosted by Outfest—L.A.’s legendary LGBT film festival—brought out queer filmmakers like Ira Sachs (Keep the Lights On), David France (How to Survive a Plague), Kyle Henry and Carlos Trevino (Fourplay), Aurora Guerrero and Erin Greenwell, as well as journalists, distributors and industry insiders.

Above, Greenwell gets a little choked up about how much Outfest has supported her and her latest film, My Best Day.

Check out the pics on the next pages and see what everyone else had to say about the festival.

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  • Danny

    Be nice to have gay romance movies that didn’t condone drug use. How about a gay romance action adventure movie or gay romance mystery movie.

  • JJ Keyes

    Looks like fun, Evan! It’s great there’s a Queer Brunch at Sundance.

  • mikeslife

    Mike Manning is the guy on the left not the right in photo #2

  • CBRad

    looks dreary

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