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West Hollywood City Council Chambers at West Hollywood Library

625 North San Vicente Boulevard

In 1963, a lonely Pasadena housewife decides to kill herself. In 1996, a young man has a hooker purchased for him on the day of his bar mitzvah.  In 2015, three gay men head to a wedding weekend in Palm Springs.

The Genderton Project is a new comedy series in which genders are reversed through a kaleidoscope of three intertwining story lines and eras.

Featuring Drew Droege, John Milhiser, Anna Martemucci, Jonny Lisecki, Cass Bugge, Mary Grill, Matt Hobby, Jenn Schatz, Shira Weitz, & Philip Quinaz.


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Outfest, the leading organization that promotes equality by creating, sharing and protecting lesbian, gay bisexual and transgender (LGBT) stories on the screen, announces a new program: Outfest West Hollywood Series, a monthly program featuring films and discussions of interest to LGBT audiences at the West Hollywood City Council Chambers at West Hollywood Library, 625 N. San Vicente Blvd. in West Hollywood.  It is made possible in part from a grant from the City of West Hollywood through its Arts and Cultural Affairs Commission.”We are delighted to work with the City of West Hollywood to present a series of films and conversations that will address issues and ideas specific to the LGBT community while offering compelling and provocative entertainment to audeinces of all stripes,” says KP Pepe, Outfest Director of Programming.  “The new library has become a hub for the community at large, and Outfest looks forward to adding it to our many programming venues located throughout the greater metropolitan area.”



The City of West Hollywood, also known as The Creative City, has a strong commitment to providing accessible arts and cultural events programming for its diverse community and visitors.  This commitment led to the building of the West Hollywood Library in 2011, which has served as a hub of cultural programming in the area. Through its Arts and Cultural Affairs Commission, the City presents numerous film screenings, exhibitions, concerts, and other cultural events throughout the year, as well as an entire month of LGBTQ arts events during June Pride month. For more information on these West Hollywood arts and cultural events, please visit www.weho.org/arts and www.weho.org/pride.



Showtime Networks Inc. (SNI), a wholly-owned subsidiary of CBS Corporation, owns and operates the premium television networks SHOWTIME, THE MOVIE CHANNEL and FLIX, as well as the multiplex channels SHOWTIME 2, SHOWTIME SHOWCASE, SHOWTIME EXTREME, SHOWTIME BEYOND, SHOWTIME NEXT, SHOWTIME WOMEN, SHOWTIME FAMILY ZONE and THE MOVIE CHANNEL XTRA. SNI also offers SHOWTIME HD, SHOWTIME 2 HD, THE MOVIE CHANNEL HD, SHOWTIME ON DEMAND, THE MOVIE CHANNEL ON DEMAND and FLIX ON DEMAND. SNI also manages Smithsonian Networks, a joint venture between SNI and the Smithsonian Institution which recently launched SMITHSONIAN CHANNEL. All SNI feeds provide enhanced sound using Dolby Digital 5.1. SNI markets and distributes sports and entertainment events for exhibition to subscribers on a pay-per-view basis through SHOWTIME PPV.



625 North San Vicente Boulevard

West Hollywood, CA