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  • Film

Outfest Goes Big: How One Filmmaker Turned Agony into Ecstasy

As Outfest prepares to launch its 41st edition on July 13, over two hundred filmmakers anxiously await to see how the Los Angeles crowds will respond to the dramas, comedies, shorts and documentaries programmed for the film festival that will be covering all aspects of the LGBTQ+ community. With a mission statement that proclaims an agenda to “give artists, filmmakers and entertainment professionals the opportunity to discover their voice, provide the pathways to the visibility of their work by all members of the public, and assure that their legacy will live on for generations to come,” Outfest is excited about its latest edition.
  • Television

“The Bear” Serves Up a Second Course of TV Delicacy

After emerging as the bona fide TV sleeper hit of summer 2022, satisfying viewing palates of audiences and critics alike, FX’s The Bear is back for seconds from the crew at the grimy Chicago sandwich joint. The Bear follows culinary award-winning New York City chef de cuisine Carmen "Carmy" Berzatto, played by Jeremy Allen White, who earlier this year won both the Golden Globe for Best Actor in a Television Series – Musical or Comedy and the Screen Actors Guild Award for Outstanding Performance by a Male Actor in a Comedy Series.
  • Interviews

Teona Strugar Mitevska: “My interest in directing came out of frustration”

Director Teona Strugar Mitevska is having an “exciting” time in her life, related to the title of her last movie, The Happiest Man in the World (2022). In her case, the happiness is literal, unlike her characters that meet in a speed dating event in Sarajevo looking for a Saturday break but end up in a spiral web of twists and emotions of different tenure, including absurdity, when a woman reconnects with the man who had shot and almost killed her 30 years ago, during the ex Yugoslavia war.