PHOTOS: Robert Gant Gets Saved At ONE Archives Queer Film Festival In L.A.

The ONE National Gay & Lesbian Archives, home to the world’s largest research library on  LGBT issues, held its third annual ONE Queer Film Festival on Sunday at the Roy and Edna Disney/CalArts Theater (REDCAT) in downtown Los Angeles. Moviegoers enjoyed screenings of LGBT short films, historical fare like the Harry Hay doc Hope Along the Wind, and a special fifth-anniversary viewing of Save Me followed by a Q&A with director Christopher Racster and star Robert Gant (above, with Racster and ONE president Jeff Erdman).


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Photos: Tommy Seree Saiyasombat/Sereeous Photography Agency