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).


Click through for more photos from the third-annual ONE Queer Film Festival

Photos: Tommy Seree Saiyasombat/Sereeous Photography Agency



Stuart Timmons (author of The Trouble With Harry Hay), Chris Freeman and Tom De Simone


 Film-festival posters from the ONE Archive collection



Panel discussion


“This PSA is Gay” filmmakers


Save Me’s Robert Gant and Christopher Racster

 ONE Archive board members Raul Rojas and Tom De Simone


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