The 2016 Sundance Film Festival, arguably the nation's most glamorous and prestigious celluloid event outside L.A., is officially on. Sunday was the day for the Sundance tradition known as the Outfest Queer Brunch, where LGBT filmmakers, actors, and writers gather to network and talk shop. Check out images of this year's Mimosa-infused event, which was sponsored by Here TV (a sister company of The Advocate).
Above: Handsome guests attend the Queer Brunch in Park City, Utah.
Guests, including Doug Spearman, far right, at the brunch.
Guests, including World of Wonder Productions' Fenton Bailey, center, attend the brunch.
Mary's, both bloody and virgin, were enjoyed.
Joey Ally and T.J. Williams, Jr. attend Queer Brunch.
Director Ira Sachs and guest cuddle up to keep warm at the Festival.
Stuart Wang, Thomas Wu, Josephine Lam and Vincent Wan attend Queer Brunch at Sundance Film Festival
Everett Arthur, Derek Matteson, Melissa Plaut and guests attend Queer Brunch.
Christopher Donaldson and David Milbern of HereTV.
David Milbern and other guests attend the brunch.
Amy Flower and Alonso Duralde partake in japery.
Bob Hawk, subject of Film Hawk; Christopher Racster, executive director of Outfest; Rose Troche, Sundance filmmaker; Lesli Klainberg, executive director of the Film Society of Lincoln Center