Saturday 12 October 2019 at 8:30 PM the 23rd San Francisco Arab Film Festival will screen Queer Lens at the Roxie Theater, 3117 16th Street, between Valencia and Guerrero.
The two-hour program of films by and about queer Arabs consists of four shorts and one medium length narrative film.
Brothers directed by Mike Mosallam (USA) 2018, Of A Dancer directed by Georges Hazim (Lebanon) 2018, Dearborn Ash by Hena Ashraf (USA) 2018, Marco directed by Saleem Haddad (UK) 2019, and Label Me directed by Kai Kreuser (Germany) 2019.
For more information and tickets contact Arab Film And Media Institute.
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Vita & Virginia directed by Chanya Button (Ireland/UK) 2018 is the opening night film of Frameline 43 screening at the iconic Castro Theatre in San Francisco 20 June 2019.
This stylish period drama is about the love affair between two of the luminaries of the Bloomsbury Circle a century ago. While highly progressive at the time, the participants were not entirely free of the prevailing moral strictures and guilt
This year’s festival runs from 20 – 30 June 2019 with programs at not only the Castro Theatre but also the Roxie Theater, the Victoria Theatre, and M. H. de Young Museum in San Francisco. The two East Bay venues are Landmark Shattuck Cinema and Landmark Theatres Piedmont.
Contact Frameline.org for more information and tickets.
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