With a story so detailed that it feels autobiographical, this earthy, natural drama can’t help but catch the audience by surprise as it pushes the characters through a series of intense situations. Golden Boy, is a strongly personal variation on the usual story of a young man who ends up lost on the streets of Los Angeles.
Freelancers Anonymous taps into the current issue of underemployment, where employers cut hours and benefits, forcing people to take multiple jobs to make ends meet. Thankfully, director Sonia Sebastian and writers Lisa Cordileone and Amy Dellagiarino never get overly serious about this, keeping things very light while grounding the humour in likeable characters.
Offering the perfect mix of warm sun and vibrant nightlife, San Diego is a welcoming gay friendly city with a loud and proud LGBT community at its heart. The hub of the San Diego LGBT scene is the Hillcrest community, a lively uptown neighborhood that is home to countless Pride festivals and gay friendly bars and restaurants. Traveling along Fifth Avenue, visitors will discover an eclectic mix of gay friendly clubs, coffee houses, and shopping boutiques, all surrounded by cozy southern California charm.
The unofficial start to summer takes place May 29th with the opening of the 17th annual FilmOut San Diego. FilmOut San Diego is a 3-day long LGBT Film Festival showcasing over 30 films. Visitors are invited to the historic Observatory North Park Theatre, where film lovers can mingle with directors and cast members alike.