with Michael Lum

Kick off PRIDE w/ screenings of “GAYBY” & “WELCOME TO N.Y” …7/18

The partnership of

FilmOut, and SD Pride,

 kick oFf PRIDE with  screenings of




The July 18 screening takes place at the

Birch North Park Theatre,

located at 2891 University Ave.

 Tickets are $10 and the evening starts at 7 p.m.

For more information and to purchase tickets, visit

Before “Gayby” screens, FilmOut and SD Pride will show the short film,

“Welcome to New York,”

 directed and written by Steven Tylor O’Connor.

The film is the story of five young people’s first experiences in the big city,

 and stars a number of actors, including drag performer Sherry Vine and

Sean Paul Lockhart, better known as Brent Corrigan.

Welcome to New York is about unique first experiences in New York City.

Starring Sherry Vine as Dr. Kitty Rosenblatt, the unorthodox yet wildly successful therapist the leads go to in order to get adjusted to life in the Big Apple.

Developed from the short film of the same name,

“Gayby” is an “irreverent comedy” following two friends –

 a gay man and his straight, ally girlfriend –

who decide to make a baby together, the old-fashioned way.

“I’ve known [them] for years now,” he said.

 “I feel like when you know who you’re writing for, it really helps the process.”

Both Harris and Wilkas starred in the short film version, which screened at over 100 festivals.

 Winning jury prizes at the Philadelphia, Rhode Island, Outtakes Dallas, CineSLAM, OutFilmCT and Arizona film festivals.

It was also selected Best of Fest at the Palm Springs ShortFest.


One Response to “Kick off PRIDE w/ screenings of “GAYBY” & “WELCOME TO N.Y” …7/18”

  1. Hey Quest4thebest hope to see you there these short movies sound like fun, I will be hosting as well Candi Samples so come join us…..

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