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Fall 1990 (Screening Free from 6/1 until 6/8/2011)

by Quentin

That’s what a lazy blogger does… or perhaps rather a hardworking filmmaker does… to screen one of his old movies instead of blogging. It was 1994, my second year in the production program of UCLA Film School, and I wanted to make a substantial narrative short with a gay Asian love story and the result became the 35 min. “Fall 1990” that won me a UCLA Spotlight Award. “Fall 1990” also marked my early collaboration with Justin Lin who shot the piece for me. He’d probably wince at what he shot now. It was also my first collaboration with Angry Little Asian Girl‘s Lela Lee who arrived in Los Angeles fresh out of Berkeley. The lead was none other than Barney Cheng, my friend who later went on to be in a Woody Allen’s film Hollywood Ending.

Barney, far left, at Woody Allen's Hollywood Ending Cannes premiere

I’m sure now everyone involved will wince at why they did in this little student short of mine now. But it was history. Continue reading

Little Love (Screening Free from 4/23 until 4/25)

Queerious is proud to present gay festival hit short film “Little Love” for the weekend. “Little Love” world premiered at the Miami Gay and Lesbian Film Festival exactly one year ago and it has played over 15 film festivals from San Francisco to Barcelona to Munich.

From Left to Right: Writer/Producer Michael J. Turner, Queer Film Festival Extraordinarie Carol Coombes, Actor/Writer Derek Villanueva, Director Quentin Lee at the 2010 Miami Gay and Lesbian Film Festival

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