Queer Lounge Events Schedule

Open to the public

Jan 19
to
23

OURCHART.COM Room

Fri-Tues, January 19-23, 2007 | Silver King Hotel, 4th Floor — Adjacent to the Queer Lounge

Launched by Executive Producer, Ilene Chaiken, and stars Jennifer Beals, Leisha Haley and Katherine Moennig of "The L Word" series in conjunction with Showtime Networks, Ourchart.com is a new online social space for lesbians and their friends and families. OurChart.com is already working with exciting indie filmmakers such as Angela Robinson to produce and create original content. In the "Ourchart.com Room," filmmakers and Queer Lounge guests will have exclusive access to pitch short form ideas and films to the executive team and contributors of Ourchart.com. Queer Lounge guests can also add to a fun photo display project themed just for Ourchart.com.

Jan 20

Poolhouse Mixer — A Celebration of Women in Film

Presenting Sponsors:

Media Sponsor:

Saturday, January 20, 2007 | 5:00pm-7:00pm

The first of a series of Queer Lounge networking mixers featuring complimentary bar and beverages, takes place at the Silver King Hotel's indoor/outdoor pool, and the Queer Lounge hospitality suite on the 4th floor; open to all queer and queer-friendly film professionals attending the Park City film festival. Space is limited; please arrive early. This Kick-Off event, we celebrate women in film.

Day Sponsor:

Jan 21

PANEL: "Online & Original: Filmed Content on the Web"

Sunday, January 21, 2007 | 3:00pm

See Panels

Poolhouse Mixer — Open to Film Professionals

Sunday, January 21, 2007 | 5pm-7pm

A Queer Lounge networking mixer featuring complimentary bar and beverages, takes place at the Silver King Hotel's indoor/outdoor pool, and the Queer Lounge hospitality suite on the 4th floor; open to all queer and queer-friendly film professionals attending the Park City film festival. Space is limited; please arrive early.

Jan 22

Meet and Greet: Reichen Lehmkuhl

Monday, January 22, 2007 | 1:00pm-2:30pm

PANEL: "The Religious Agenda: Gays, Faith & Film"

Monday, January 22, 2007 | 3:00pm-4:30pm

See Panels

Private Party — Invitation only

Monday, January 22, 2007 | 4:30pm-6:30pm

Poolhouse Mixer — Open to Film Professionals

Monday, January 22, 2007 | 5:00pm-7:00pm

A Queer Lounge networking mixer featuring complimentary bar and beverages, takes place at the Silver King Hotel's indoor/outdoor pool, and the Queer Lounge hospitality suite on the 4th floor; open to all queer and queer-friendly film professionals attending the Park City film festival. Space is limited; please arrive early.

Day Sponsor:

Jan 23

Meet and Greet: Producers of "Save Me," Mythgarden's Chad Allen, Robert Gant, Christopher Racster & Craig Dougherty

Tuesday, January 23, 2007 | 3:00pm-4:00pm

here!Tunes: Live & Acoustic

Tuesday, January 23, 2007 | 4:00pm-7:00pm

Artists from the new here! Tunes recording label perform. Lineup includes Stewart Lewis, Arlington & Shane Mack.

Poolhouse Mixer — Open to Film Professionals

Tuesday, January 23, 2007 | 5:00pm-7:00pm

A Queer Lounge networking mixer featuring complimentary bar and beverages, takes place at the Silver King Hotel's indoor/outdoor pool, and the Queer Lounge hospitality suite on the 4th floor; open to all queer and queer-friendly film professionals attending the Park City film festival. Space is limited; please arrive early.

Message Board

Need housing, roommates, a ride, tickets or film info? Join the Message Board

Support Lounge

Donate now with PayPal

The Queer Lounge is a non-profit, sponsored 501(c)(3) project. Your contributions will be tax-deductible within the limits of state and federal tax law... more

Media Lounge

A Brokeback Sundance February 10, 2006

Snow! Stars! Swag! Gay parties! And, oh yeah, movies...more

Queer Lounge: It's Where It's At January 26, 2006

Although the Park City film festivals have always attracted a high number of queer people, last year saw the birth of the first official festival home for both visitors and locals alike at Sundance or the other festivals taking place in January...more

Sundance participants say future's bright for gay films January 26, 2006

When openly gay filmmaker Gus Van Sant sent a film to the Sundance Film Festival years ago, he had high hopes of getting it screened at the prestigious event...more

more press highlights