The Most Fun I've Ever Had WIth My Pants On - Childhood friends Andy (played by native Austinite Drew Denny) and LIV (Sarah Hagan of FREAKS AND GEEKS and BUFFY THE VAMPIRE SLAYER fame) reunite to scatter Andy’s father’s ashes from LA to Austin where Liv will audition for the role of a vixen spy in a noir film. Between performing mini-funerals in surreal Southwestern landscapes, the girls practice being bad! Andy and Liv scramble through wreckage in in the Mojave Airplane Cemetary, jump topless off cliffs in Sedona, turn sand dunes into projection screens at White Sands National Monument, cimb oil rigs in West Texas and, finally, raise hell in Austin! A semi-autobiographical mix of documentary, fiction and camp, THE MOST FUN I’VE EVER HAD WITH MY PANTS ON features hilarious dialogue, military cross-dressing, and sumptuous cinematography, all set to a wistful underground soundtrack. And, in a poignant moment of life imitating art, this screening will mark the triumphant return of the unbelievably talented Drew Denny to the city she used to call home.
Director Drew Denny and star Sarah Hagan IN ATTENDANCE!
About Polari Film Festival:
Polari Film Festival Program entertains our community through the exhibition and support of the best in recent LGBTQIA international, national, and regional films. The festival showcases features and shorts, in addition to mainstream, and avant-garde films. Festival events connect members of the community. Symposia and panels explore current political and social trends; and increasingly the festival serves as a venue for first-time filmmakers. Special shorts programs have focused on the issues faced by LGBTQI youth, immigration of LGBTQI people, gender identity and expression, adoption, marriage, military service, religion, racial identity, cultural issues, and hate crimes against LGBTQI-identified people.
The Polari Film Festival takes place this October 16–20, 2013 at local theaters in Austin, Texas. The festival features innovative programming expressing a continued dedication to inclusivity.
During the 5 days of the Film Festival over a hundred narrative, documentary, experimental and digital media works will screen. The selections are chosen from hundreds of submissions from all over the world, resulting in a juried and awarded program that is approximately 30% international.
For more info: http://www.polarifest.com