San Francisco International LGBT Film Festival
Join us this year to enjoy the very best films made by local LGBT Jewish leaders and Israeli filmmakers like Tomer Heymann
Thursday, June 16, 2011 - All Day
Roxie Theater, Victoria Theatre & Castro Theatre • 3117 16th Street, San Francisco
Frameline is the oldest and largest GLBT Film Festival in the world. 80,000 people annually attend the 200+ films shown during the last two weeks of San Francisco's Pride month each June.
In an effort to celebrate what Frameline brings to our community, organizations such as A Wider Bridge, Congregation Sha'ar Zahav, Consulate General of Israel Pacific Northwest, Contemporary Jewish Museum, Israel Center | Jewish Community Federation, Jewish Community Center of San Francisco, San Francisco Jewish Film Festival, Keshet and LGBT Alliance | Jewish Community Federation are each providing co-sponsorship dollars and in-kind support this year. Please join these groups in supporting Frameline by attending the films listed below.
Films based in Jewish Identity
Films Directed and/or Produced by local LGBT Jewish leaders
- The Queen Has No Crown - Israel, 2011, 85 Min. with an ASL Assisted Intro & Q&A with Tomer Heymann on Saturday, June 18, 6:30 PM at the Roxie Theater
- Christopher and His Kind - USA, 2010, 90 Min. shown as the Gala Closing Night Screening Sunday, June 26, 7:30 PM shown at the Castro Theatre followed by the Closing Night Party at the Contemporary Jewish Museum
- 30 is the new 12 - USA, 2010, 30 min. shown on Friday, June 24, 9:30 PM at the Roxie Theater featured within Girl Scouting
- A Word - Israel, 2010, 19 min. shown on Saturday, June 25, 1:15 PM at the Castro Theatre featured within Worldly Affairs
- Splitting Hares - San Francisco & Israel, 2011, 6 Min. shown on Wednesday, June 22, 9:30 PM at the Roxie Theater within Fluidity - Bisexual Shorts
- The Time In Between - Norway, 2009, 24 Minute Running Time shown on Thursday, June 23, 9:30 PM at the Roxie Theater within She Loves Me, She Loves Me Not
- Celebrating the Life of Del Martin - San Francisco, 2011, 57 Min. Directed by Debra Chasnoff. Shown on Friday, June 17, 11:30 AM at the Castro Theatre.
- Blink - San Francisco, 2010, 8 Min. directed by Yoni Klein and Alka Joshi. Shown on Tuesday, June 21, 1:30 PM at the Castro Theatre within The Grove.
- The Grove - San Francisco, 2011 62 Min. Directed and Produced by Andy Abrahams Wilson. Shown on Tuesday, June 21, 1:30 PM at the Castro Theatre
- Still Around -San Francisco, 2011, 85 Min. a feature length compilation of 15 short films produced by Marc Smolowitz. Shown on Friday, June 24, 1:15 PM at the Castro Theatre.
- Gillian- San Francisco, 2010, 11 Min. Directed by Martin Rawlings-Fein. Shown on Wednesday, June 22, 7:00 PM at the Victoria Theatre within Transtastic!
- Spiral Transition - San Francisco, 2010, 6 min. Directed by Ewan Duarte. Shown on Wednesday, June 22, 7:00 PM at the Victoria Theatre within Transtastic!
- Genderbusters - San Francisco, 2010, 6 min. Directed by Sam Berliner. Shown twice! Wednesday, June 22, 7:00 PM at the Victoria Theatre within Transtastic! and Friday, June 24, 4:00 PM at the Castro Theatre within Dyke Delights.
- Perception - San Francisco, 2010, 2 min. Directed by Sam Berliner. Shown on Thursday, June 23, 11:00 AM at the Castro Theatre within Queertoons.
- We Who Are Sexy: The Whirlwind History of Transgender Images in Cinema - Live on-stage conversation and film clip presentation, 90 min. with film historians Jenni Olson and Susan Stryker on Sunday, June 19, 2:00 PM at the Victoria Theatre.