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July 7, 1994 | KEVIN THOMAS, TIMES STAFF WRITER
As the 12th edition of the Los Angeles International Gay & Lesbian Film & Video Festival opens tonight at the Directors Guild, its founder-director Larry Horne will be stepping down to become a producer. At 37, Horne can look back at having presented more than 1,400 films and videos to an audience of more than 210,000 during the festival's 12-year history. In 1982, there were 29 films presented from seven countries; this year, there will be 242 offerings from 29 countries.
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July 7, 1994 | KEVIN THOMAS, TIMES STAFF WRITER
As the 12th edition of the Los Angeles International Gay & Lesbian Film & Video Festival opens tonight at the Directors Guild, its founder-director Larry Horne will be stepping down to become a producer. At 37, Horne can look back at having presented more than 1,400 films and videos to an audience of more than 210,000 during the festival's 12-year history. In 1982, there were 29 films presented from seven countries; this year, there will be 242 offerings from 29 countries.
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July 20, 1991
In response to David Fox's article about the Los Angeles Gay & Lesbian Film/Video Festival ("Gay Film Fest Loses Out on Four Films," July 9): This will make distributors shy even further away from difficult subject matter. Fox reports Larry Horne's frustration at not being able to secure certain films for the festival in a manner that implies that the companies were homophobic. In fact, every one of the distributors cites conflicts with other festivals as their problem. Should we consider the L.A. festival so important that we should turn down internationally recognized festivals such as New York, Telluride or Toronto?
ENTERTAINMENT
July 20, 1991
In response to David Fox's article about the Los Angeles Gay & Lesbian Film/Video Festival ("Gay Film Fest Loses Out on Four Films," July 9): This will make distributors shy even further away from difficult subject matter. Fox reports Larry Horne's frustration at not being able to secure certain films for the festival in a manner that implies that the companies were homophobic. In fact, every one of the distributors cites conflicts with other festivals as their problem. Should we consider the L.A. festival so important that we should turn down internationally recognized festivals such as New York, Telluride or Toronto?
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July 12, 1989 | DOUGLAS SADOWNICK
Larry Horne could hardly contain his excitement at last winter's Berlin Gay and Lesbian Film Festival when he saw "Looking for Langston," director Isaac Julien's study of homosexuality during the Harlem Renaissance. "I considered it the first black gay feature film ever made," said Horne, the director and founder of the seventh Los Angeles International Gay and Lesbian Film and Video Festival, which runs through Sunday at the Directors Guild of America Theater in West Hollywood.
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July 18, 1990 | BETH KLEID, Arts and entertainment reports from The Times, national and international news services and the nation's press
Gay & Lesbian Film Fest a Hit: The eighth annual Los Angeles International Gay & Lesbian Film/Video Festival had its largest box-office return ever during its July 6-12 run at the Directors Guild, according to festival organizers. Festival director Larry Horne said the Gay & Lesbian Media Coalition-sponsored event took in $69,69 in total ticket sales and reported an audience attendance of 15,000.
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June 14, 2001
4pm Music The 21st annual Baroque Music Festival Corona del Mar opens with a program of concertos by Vivaldi and Poulenc's Concerto for Organ, Strings and Timpani. Festival director Burton Karson will conduct. The soloist in the Poulenc concerto, which is based on a theme by Bach, will be British organist Andrew Arthur. * Baroque Music Festival, St. Michael and All Angels Episcopal Church, 3233 Pacific View Drive, Newport Beach. 4 p.m. $25. ($85 for a four-concert season ticket.) (949) 760-7887.
CALIFORNIA | LOCAL
November 20, 1992
The National Endowment for the Arts will reject a grant request by the Los Angeles International Gay and Lesbian Film and Video Festival and similar festivals in New York and Pittsburgh, an NEA source confirmed Thursday. The Gay & Lesbian Media Coalition of Los Angeles, sponsor of the local festival, had requested $15,000 to support last July's 10th annual festival.
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July 6, 1993 | KEVIN THOMAS, TIMES STAFF WRITER
As it enters its second decade, the Los Angeles International Gay & Lesbian Film & Video Festival, which opens its 10-day 11th edition Thursday at the Directors Guild, can be proud of having brought countless significant films to the city. In many instances, especially in regard to foreign productions, the festival provides the only opportunity to see them.
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November 20, 1998
Pop * Bank of Brian, Filmore, Limbeck, Pneuman and No Way Bud play at Chain Reaction, 1652 W. Lincoln Ave., Anaheim. 8 tonight. $5. (714) 635-6067. * John Waite and Phaedrus play at the Galaxy Concert Theatre, 3503 S. Harbor Blvd., Santa Ana. 8 tonight. $26.50-$28.50. (714) 957-0600. * U.S. Crush, D-Cup, Just Plain Big and 29 Dive play at Club Mesa, 843 W. 19th St., Costa Mesa. 9 tonight. $6. (949) 642-8448. * John Doe, My Big Mouth and North American Mud Puppies play at Club 369, 1641 N.
ENTERTAINMENT
July 12, 1989 | DOUGLAS SADOWNICK
Larry Horne could hardly contain his excitement at last winter's Berlin Gay and Lesbian Film Festival when he saw "Looking for Langston," director Isaac Julien's study of homosexuality during the Harlem Renaissance. "I considered it the first black gay feature film ever made," said Horne, the director and founder of the seventh Los Angeles International Gay and Lesbian Film and Video Festival, which runs through Sunday at the Directors Guild of America Theater in West Hollywood.
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