For the full festival line-up and to purchase tickets and passes, visit us at: bit.ly/1yOrSZt If George Costanza and Murphy Brown had a baby, it would be named Amy York Rubin, the creator and star of Little Horribles, a darkly comedic web series that follows the poor decisions of a thirtysomething, self-indulgent lesbian in Los Angeles. Rubin started her career in politics, producing some of the first-ever viral political videos featuring friends and collaborators of the Upright Citizens Brigade. She went on to found the crowd-sourced based production company Barnacle Studios where she produced commercial, comedy and social change campaigns like the infamous Sarah Silverman's Indecent Proposal where Silverman offered lesbian sex to casino magnate Sheldon Adelson in exchange for the $100 million he was giving to Mitt Romney to instead go to Obama. Little Horribles finds Amy exploring vehicular masturbation, minibar binge eating, Facebook stalking and other awkward yet all-too-true comedic mishaps. Hailed as one of the top ten web series of 2013 by Variety and called "the lesbian answer to Girls" by the Huffington Post, Little Horribles rips apart and laughs in the face of those painfully uncomfortable moments that no one wants to remember, but everyone does.