As Karina reported here, the lineup for the 2006 Sundance Film Festival was revealed earlier this month, and there is are a whole lot of movies being shown over the 10 days the festival runs. Thanks to the folks at QT (totally un-Tarantino related, as far as I can tell - it seems to stand for Queer Travel), though, we can now easily plan the gay-only screening schedule that Brokeback Mountain has left us all craving.

According to QT's careful research, there are a total of 14 "gay, lesbian, bisexual and transgender films" at this year's festival, a number that includes features, documentaries, and shorts. Among the 14 are works from all over the world, including The Blossoming of Maximo Oliveros, a comedy from the Philippians about a young petty criminal who falls in love with a cop, the Kevin Smith-produced Small Town Gay Bar, a documentary about gay life in the American South, and documentary short The Tribe, "an unorthodox, unauthorized history of the Jewish people and the Barbie doll in about 15 minutes."

Sundance kicks off on January 19, and Cinematical will be there, frantically posting and desperately trying to stay awake through three screenings a day.