The schedule for the first ever OUTeast Film Festival was recently announced, and it looks pretty amazing. The lineup includes a stellar collection of shorts from all over Atlantic Canada, as well as international features such as I Am a Woman Now.
As part of their promotions, the crew at OUTeast has created a branding exercise using pink popcorn kernels as their mascot/spokesperson/spokesthing. I had the chance to speak with some of the organizers of the festival recently, and they were kind enough to give me one of their pink buddies to put to my own uses. He ended up hanging out with Hulk Hogan.
For more information, check out OUTeast's program guide.
Speaking of all things queer and Haligonian, the submission deadline for this year's Halifax Pride Guide is coming up: it's this Tuesday at noon. For more info, check out the blurb over at Gay Halifax.