SF QUEER FILM FEST 2021
July 22 only
SF Queer Fest offers an alternate platform for out-of-the-box thinkers and content creators. Unlike mainstream LGBTQ+ festivals, we don’t disqualify films based on premiere status or date of completion. We select films on merit and not based on the names attached to the project. This festival is created by filmmakers to provide opportunities to queer filmmakers who are over-looked by the mainstream festivals.
The Spark: A story told through the perspective of people living in three iconic
neighborhoods: the Castro in San Francisco, Le Marais in Paris and Greenwich
Village in New York. Repression in the 60s and 70s, to the AIDS epidemic in the
80s, and the struggle for Equality are discussed in this gripping documentary.
Directed by Benoit Masocco, France, 90 minutes.
The Tailor: A gender non-conforming person struggling to assert their identity
unexpectedly finds courage in an aging master tailor.
Directed by Nathalie Therriault, Canada, 17 minutes.
Lavender Boy: A government official faces a tough decision after two FBI agents question him
about his sexuality.
Directed by Donavan Edwards, United States, 10 minutes.
Ticket Price: $15.00 (100% of proceeds support The Roxie Theater)
SF QUEER FILM FEST 2021: Upcoming Showtimes