SFSU Queer Cinema Past & Present

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February 24 only

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Q&A with directors after the show!

Queer storytellers have a longstanding home in SF State’s School of Cinema. In this first-ever program of short films, SFSU’s Queer Cinema Project digs deep into the archives to uncover forgotten LGBTQ gems from the early 1990s, and pairs them with work from current students and recent alums. The screening includes fiction, documentary and experimental work from both grad and undergrad students, including Daven Gee, Lexi Leban, Monica Nolan and many others. Come cheer on our local queer filmmaking crowd and witness the evolution of student voices and queer storytelling over the past 3 decades.

Films in the Program:

More than a Paycheck (Lexi Leban, 1993) 7 min, 16mm
Rising (Daven Gee, 1993) 15 min, 16mm
Ashley, 22 (Dir. Monica Nolan, 1999) 12 Minutes, 16mm
Flock Together (Alex Irwin, 2018) 5 min, digital
Salvacion (Raquel Ramirez, 2018) 8 min, digital
She (Anthonia Onyejekwe, 2016) 15 min, digital
Double Happiness (Linhdan Le, 2019) 3 min, digital
Cruising Elsewhere (Ryan White, 2016) 13 min, digital
I Am Delighted by Your Alchemy, Turning Everything Into Gold (Karly Stark, 2014) 6 min, digital

 

84 mins, 16mm & digital. 2020


NOTE FILMS START RIGHT AT THE LISTED SHOWTIME.
Roxie Theater trailers play during the 30 minutes prior to showtime.
FREE OR DISCOUNTED FOR MEMBERS

 

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