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路A Franieline Presentation Fram eli n e Board of Di rectors 1994 - 1995

William M. Andrews Tina DiFeliciantonio Peter N. Fowler Joan Glassheim Joseph Hoffman Jennifer Hamilton Robin Kojima Karl Knapper Andrew Lisac

Michael Lumpkin Jay Moman Thomas Rielly Liz Rigali Kim Scala Hoa T. Tran Mary Wings Timothy Wu

Framel i n e Staff

Framel i n e National Advi sory Board

Jay Dayrit, Development Assistant Desi del Valle, Distribution Associate Tess Martin, Executive Director Jennifer Morris, Festival Co-Programmer Boone Nguyen, Programming Director Amy Schoenborn, Development Director Additi onal Fest ival Staff

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Henry Doering III Joan Glassheim Aurora Guerrero Ruven Hannah Robin Kojima Lisa Kuhne Steve Mehall Arwyn Moore Peter Renteria Augie Robles Kim Scala Susan Stryker . Shannon Wilson Julie Wyman

Allan Berube, Author and Historian Elizabeth Birch, Executive Director, HRCF Doug Braley, Executive Director, Horizons Foundation

Harry Britt, New College of California Susie Bright, Author Debra Chassnoff, Filmmaker Tom di Maria, Filmmaker Arthur Dong, Filmmaker Rob Epstein, Filmmaker Linda Farin, Video Producer Tim Gill, President, Quark, Inc Tim Hanlon, Vice-President, Wells Fargo Bank

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Fenton Johnson, Author Evan Kavanagh, Executive Director, Western Assoc. of Arts Administrators Jude Kaye, Arts Administrator Vivian Kleiman, Filmmaker Hael Kobayashi, Filmmaker Steven Lew, Executive Director, GAPA Community HIV Project

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In January, Frameline was shaken' by the tragic loss of our beloved colleague Mark Finch, who served as Artistic Director of this Festival for the last three years. As a film critic, writer and curator, Mark was a seminal figure in the current explosion of lesbian and gay media arts. We miss him greatly both as a colleague and a mentor, but

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the loss of his friendship and irreplaceable style are per颅

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haps even more difficult to bear. Yet the scope and depth

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of his work endures in this Festival, and will live on in all the rest to come.

Paul Thurston, Attorney at Law Gus Van Sant, Filmmaker Timothy Wolfred, Ph.D. San Francisco Community College Board Debra Zimmerman, Executive Director, Women Make Movies

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Film Festival, to Mark Finch.

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1995 Program Highl'ights


e1come to the 19th San Francisco

International Lesbian & Gay Film

Festival. As we mark our 19th year

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Opening Night Gala Closing Night .. .

Memorial Museum, is scheduled to attend. Here in San Francisco, home-grown talents

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film has emerged as a potent commercial

are causing a stir in the arena of independent film . Nicholas Katsapetses's Get Over It is a scathing comedy about a group of emotionally

Anatomy Of Desire/ Political Funerals

and artistic success. Despite their commodi­

and sexually selfish young gay men. Charles

Bittersweet: Boys' Shorts

and celebrate 100 years of cinema, queer

fication, lesbian and gay films continue to be both inspiring and challenging. With more features and premieres than ever

before, this year's Festival is one of our

strongest ever. Particularly exciting is the

unprecedented number of lesbian feature films

Herman-Wurmfeld's Fanci's Persuasion is a . dizzying queer comedy about the crazed days just before the wedding of Fanci and her lus­ cious girlfriend Loretta. Desi del Valle's prolif­ ic acting caree r reaches new heights in Marta Balletb6-Coll's Costa Brava, a sophisticated

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BloodSisters: Leather, Dykes and Sadomasochismffhe Elegant Spanking .................. 13 Boys And Girls Together

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comedy set in romantic Barcelona. And Todd

Boys By The Bay

From Maria Maggenti's The Incredibly True

Verow's sure-to-be-controversial Frisk will

Brincando EI CharcolBD Women

two Opening Night films, to Aerlyn Weissman

Prior to the screening of Frisk, we will be hon-

we will be presenting-no less than eleven!

Adventure Of Two Girls In Love, one of our and Lynn Fernie's

receive its world premiere on Closing Night.

oring Marcus Hu, who

compelling documen­

produced Frisk and

other landmark films

tary, Fiction And Other Truths: A Film About

such as Gregg Araki's

Jane Rule, lesbian visi­

The Living End and

bility is at an all time

Richard Glatzer's Grief,

high. Tackling a wide

with the 1995

array of issues and

Frameline Award for

encompassing a vast

significant achievement

rang� of genres, les­

in lesbian and gay

bian filmmakers are

media arts.

breaking new ground

The Festival also

and charting unex­

serves as the place to

plored territory. Many

spot rising talent. This

of these directors are

year we will be honor­

coming to us with their

ing two of the most

debut feature films and

we are honored to have them as our guests here

exciting short films in

Drag Attack, see' page 8.

in June.

Mirroring the strides that lesbian and gay

film has taken in the United States, lesbian and

the festival with the

Absolut Auteur Award: Lisa Udelson's hilarious

comedy about lesbians, a bridal shower and a turkey baster and Mark Christopher's haunting­

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Creating Family .... ....

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Crossing the Gender Divide

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Dyke Delights: New Lesbian Shorts 2 ............ 24 Eagle Shooting Hero Eclipse

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Electric �ity presents Red Hot and Bruised . . . ............... . EuroBoys In Shorts Too


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An Evening With Derek Jarman Experimental Explorations


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gay communities from around the globe are

ly beautiful Alkali, Iowa, a film in which a

Fiction and Other Truths: A Film About Jane Rule/Jodie Promo .... . ... 28

truly international event. Banned in the

has long since disappeared. The awards are

For Colored Girls Who.

also creating on-screen images, making this a

Philippines, Mel Chionglo's Midnight Dancers is a powerfully erotic indictment of the effects

of crime and poverty on the lives of three broth­ ers and their close knit family. From Argentina . comes Maria Luisa Bemberg's I, The Worst Of

All, a mastetpiece from one of the world's most

accomplished directors. It tells the extraordi­ nary story of Sister Juana Ines de la Cruz, one of Mexico's greatest poets, whose life long resistance againSt the repressive 17th century Church made her a cherish ed folk hero. And

we are es�ially honored to be presenting Claus Miiller's We Were Marked With A Big A and After The War You Have To Tell

Everyo ne About The Dutch Gay Resistance Fighters. These works portray the forgotten

history of gay men and wome� who,_riskCd their lives to resist Nazi tyranny. Claus Miiller, founder of the United States Holocaust �.

young farmer discovers the reason his father

based on the response of our independent

screening committees and recognize outstand­ ing emerging directors.

The Festival would not be possible without the generous support of our donors, sponsors and members. In pa rticular, we would like to thank Charles Schwab, Absolut Vodka, OUT

Magazine, Grants for the Arts of the S.F. Hotel Tax.Fund and Frameline's Visionaries. Their

contribution enables Frameline to bring lesbian and gay cinema to our community and beyond. We hope you, our audience, find as much pleasure in this year's Festival as we have in

working to produce it We also invite you to support the Festival's fIlmmakers with the same level of commitment with which they strive to en rich our lives through their art.

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• Jennifer "Morris, Festival Co-programmer.



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Get Over It


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Lesbian Body Politics ... ... . .

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Lions & Tigers & Chubs & Bears .

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Love And Human Remains


Love In The Time Of AIDS: New Short Films ... ... .

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A Place In The Sun ' Some Of These Days

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Playing The Part lMemsahib Rita /These Shoes Weren't Made For Walking . . . . . ...... ... .. . ..47

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Sex, Drag, Murder & Mayhem Sister My Sister Skin Deep .

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Terence Davies Trilogy

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Wigstock: ·The Movie Friday June 9 1.0:30pm


Bay Area Premiere "


W?U�d recommend that everyone WIthin the sound of my voice should go out and get a wig, a pair

of high heels, pantyhose

if you will, and

strut your stuff, girlfriend." - RuPaul, Supermodel of the World. When Crystal Waters comes out in male drag and bumps and grinds against her

Opening Nigbt Gala

studly backup dancers or when RuPaul sashays on the runway in his gold metal­

The Incredibly True Adventure

Of Two Girls In Love Friday June 9 6:30pm Castro $1.0 609A MOVIE ONLY MOVIE & FABULOUS GALA $75609C BOTH MOVIES & FABULOUS GALA $90 609E

Bay Area Premiere


hat better way to kick off the Festival than with one of the most charming romantic comedies to

come around in a long time. The

Incredibly True Adventure Of Two Girls In Love, Maria Maggenti's debut feature film, tells the touching and comic story of frrst love between two girls in their senior year of high school. From the wrong side of the tracks, cute and out tomboy Randy (Laurel Hollomon) lives with her two lesbian aunts and works after school as a gas station attendant. Middle class Evie (Nicole Parker) is the prettiest, smartest and most popular girl at school. C ?nvinced there is something wrong WIth her posh Range Rover, Evie stops by the gas station one day. Instantly taken with one another, the two girls �mbark on a friendship which develops mto a tender but hilarious romance. When Evie's mother leaves on a week­ end business trip, the two girls decide to celebrate their new fourid love in

Evie's mansion-like house. This results in a series of comic misadventures in which everyone becomes involved including the jealous husband of Randy's former fling. Maggenti, an ACT UP activist and Testing the Limits documentary produc­ er, states that the film is loosely based on her own experience of frrst love. Sure to be a big hit when it gets its release from Fine Line Features this summer, Incredibly True Adventure is a must-see for anyone who can still recall the thrill of their first romance. See it here first!

The Incredibly True Adventure Of Two Girls In Love dir. Maria Maggenti 1995 USA 93 mins 35mm

lic bodysuit, you'll see why Wigstock:


The Movie is one of our two Opening Night films. Once an underground hap­ pening, Wigstock has blossomed into a world renowned event where some of the

will have their choice of two

g Night films

The Incredibly


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With an annual attendance of twenty thousand, Wigstock has been described as Woodstock without the bad hair.

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movie buffs can join us for both films and the Gala in between for a slightly higher price, or choose one film and

With drag highly in vogue in Hollywood

spend more time at the party. As in pre­

films, Wigstock: The Movie is a refresh­

vious years, the Opening Night Gala is a

ingly real but wonderfully celebratory

fundraiser for Frameline and the Festival,

look at the high-polish event and the pio­

and is also a place to network, party,

neers who started it all, including founder

stargaze and celebrate the official kick­

and emcee, The Lady Bunny. Director

off of Lesbian and Gay Pride Week. The

Barry Shils vibrantly captures the non


party starts at

stop glamour of Wigstock, going from backstage preparations and rehearsals to Shils never lets up as he takes us on a

will be better than ever, offering something for everyone. Guests


biggest names in music perform along­ side drag superstars and queer idols.

the actual shimmering performances.

his year, the Opening Night Gala





the price for one film

and one Gala ticket is if you want to

see both films, buy a ticket for

whirlwind tour of one of the most fabu­


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Remember: if you join Frameline at the

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which admit two to the Gala, and also grant admission to all Festival screen­

and Jackie Beat, this is one extravaganza of a �lm you' 11 be pulling your hair pins out if you miss. , With Drag Attack, which follows two too glamorous drag queens on their globe trotting expedition.

Drag Attack dir. Mario Soldo & Ken Kruger 1994 Austria14 mins 35mm Wigstock: The Movie dir. Barry Shils 1994 USA 82 mins 35mm


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1995 Frameline Award: Marcus Hu Preceding the world premiere of Frisk, Marcus Hu, co-president of Strand Releasing, will be presented with the

1995 Frameline Award for his immense contribution to the recent explosion in lesbian and gay cinema.


s a distributor, Hu first released Lino

The Frameline Award is presented annu­

Brocka's Macho Dancer and set up

ally to one outstanding individual or orga­

Strand Releasing as a result.


nization by the Board of Directors of

subsequent releases such as Roeland

Frameline, the nation's only non-profit

Kerbosch's For A Lost Soldier, Alison

exclusively dedicated to the distribution,

Maclean's Crush and Gregg Araki's

funding, promotion and exhibition of les­

Totally F***ed Up, Strand has become

bian and gay film and video.

the model for cost-effective queer the­

award-winners include Vito Russo, Rob

90' s. In 1995, Strand will be releasing Andre

atrical film distribution in the

Techine's Wild Reeds (winner of four Cesar Awards, including best picture), Lodge Kerrigan's Clean, Shaven, Steve

Closing Night: Frisk

Maclean's Postcards From America, and the

World Premiere Sponsored by Wilde Magazine

As a tireless visionary produc­

Sun June 18 7:30pm $8 CAS 618C


er, Hu has been responsible for Gregg Araki's The Living

fier the buckets of advance publicity,

his own singularly chilling vision.

it's hard to imagine how Frisk could

Employing a non-linear narrative struc­

possibly live up to expectations.

ture, Verow cleverly incorporates found

Actually, it exceeds them. Based on

footage, mock b&w snuff movies, pix­

Dennis Cooper's infamous stranger-than­

elvision and artful use of explicit sex to

fiction story of homosexuality, sadism


and insanity, Todd Verow's' shot-in-San­ Francisco movie turns out to


be a witty

and profound drama that

-vv-i.. 1d.� guides us through the


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of sexual

chronicle one man's descent into

Frisk boasts a cast of top independent tal­ ent including Craig Chester (Swoon and Griet), Parker Posey (Doom Generation), Alexis Arquette (Pulp. Fiction), James Lyons (Postcards From America) and

complex as the novel itself. Two broth­ ers traveling on a train read letters written by the protagonist, Dennis, who may or may not be a serial killer. In. what could

San Franciso's Michael Gunther. The film features a music score by Sonic

ducer Marcus Hu will

be presented with 1995 Frameline Award for significant

ture which culminate in murder.

achievement in lesbian and gay media

Although faithful to the novel's story


points, Verow has imbued the

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film with




Livingston's You're The Top Alison


With his current and upcom­ ing projects, Marcus Hu is sure to remain a potent force in the field of lesbian and gay cinema.

For his continuing

commitment to producing and


Prior to the world premiere of Frisk, pro­ the

Future projects include



Frameline is honored to pre­

bands Coil and Elph.

details his gruesome acts of sexual tor­


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Youth's Lee Ranaldo and the British

be fictional letters, Dennis explicitly

and Bruce LaBruce's Super 8


in all of us.

f11m adaptation is as

End, Richard Glatzer's Grief



obsessions and dark fantasies embedded

The structure of the

1994 Frameline Audience Award

Winner, World And Time Enough.





Award to Marcus Hu.


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After The Revolution Coming Out Of The Iron Closet . Sat June 1.0 6:00pm VIC $7 61.01 Sponsored by KQED Co-presented by International Gay and Lesbian Human Rights Commission


e are fortunate to have this opportunity to take

a rarely seen look into the lives of gay women

and men living in former Iron Curtain countries. Their lives are not quite what you would expect them to be. After The Revolution documents the effect sexual repression has had on gays and lesbians in the for­ mer Czechoslovakia. Listen to Maria Dunkova


and Sona Pompova and other

lesbian and gay couples tell

L. _--"""-__---1. how they found each other and

the struggles they have gone through to maintain

their relationships. Lizzie Thynne's Channel Four

production also examines the impact the new gay movement has had on this newly liberated coun-

try. Coming Out Of The Iron Closet visits several Soviet Bloc countries and has many captivating

Anatomy Of Desire Political Funerals

Bittersweet: Boys' Shorts 3

Sat June 1.7 6:00pm 61.7H $7

Sat June 1.7 1.1.:00am CAS $5 61.7A

Sponsored by KRON·Bay TV �tarting with Siman LeVey's current hypothalamus .1theory, Anatomy Of Desire examines the role that

science has played in shaping society's understand­ ing of homosexuality throughout the 20th century.

Using insightful interviews, medical films and pho­ tographs, 1950's educational films and other histori­


Sponsored by Pasqua This year's collection of hauntingly beautiful and

I melancholy gay shorts features Alkali, Iowa, a

Club). Set on an expansive bean farm on the

Fourth of July, all-American Jack Gudmanson dis­

covers the reason his father has long since disap­

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a closeted member of his underground rock band in Gretchen Hildebran's plaintive How He Goes. A

choices of women in the leather S&M community.

young man makes a futile attempt to come out and

tories, artistic visions and media imagery, this film

important links between todays rush

to fmd the cause for homosexuality with the biological determinism that has been used

throughout time to single out and oppress different segments of society. Most striking is the footage of the Nazis who used biological theories to bolster

their racial hygiene propaganda that sent tens of thousands of gays and lesbians to their deaths in

Nazi concentration camps. This important film doc­ uments society's continued need to have science defme and possibly some day control our very exis­


disclose his partner's HIV status to his elderly

father in Michael Stremel's The Dadshuttle. The

Kiss On The Cliff, Reid Waterer's pensive tale of

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missed opportunities, has two teenage

boys in love with one another. One becomes gay while the other sadly

remains closeted. In Frank Mosvold's lyrical Forsaken, a boy is forced to

chose between love and religious faith.

In Patrick

Snee's Prague, Donald expresses his distress about

Peloso 1995 Canada 40mins

focuses on nine central figures who represent a

diverse cross-section of the leather S&M commu­ nity. She documents a series of competitions held

throughout the country by the women's leather

S&M community. By following these women and cutting between their personal lives and political activities, Blood Sisters provides an in-depth pic� ture of the leather S&M community. Graphic

footage of actual play also gives us a greater understanding of the nature of the intensity of the bonds that exist between these women. Mixing

- Bury Me Furiously," Mark Lowe Fischer from

even left. A young couple comes to terms with

styles, Handelman draws us deeper into this often

tary that courageously documents a bold new move­

Caspersen's You & I Will Play. Two boys yearn for

my body in public; I want the public to bear witness Political Funerals, a forceful and moving documen­

ment within AIDS activism which rejects the notion

sends to Michael's new address before Michael has their long distance relationship in Randy

flails against a crumbling wall waiting for release. Haven's animated magazine cut-outs of two men

having sex lead into appropriated gay porn images, blurred to the point where they become abstract color

and motion.

Warm dir. Wirk Mead 1992 Canada 4:30 mins 16mm

Haven dir. Wrik Mead 1992 Canada 3:40mins video

Anatomy Of Desire dir. Jean - Francois Mon­ ette 1995 Canada 50 mins video Political Funerals dir. James Wentzy 1995 USA 29 mins video

both experimental and traditional documentary

misunderstood community and gives us a more intelligent and less sensationalistic view of the

each other at their high school dance in John

reality behind these women's lives. Starring Tala Brandeis, Wickie Stamps, Amy Marie Meek, Pat

Alkali, Iowa dir. Mark Christopher 16mm

Coming Out Of The Iron Closet dir. Larry

Using a combination of documentary, personal his­

Michael's leaving in a series of letters which he

"I want to show the reality of my death, to display

In Wrik Mead's Warm, a pixilated naked male body

Great Britain 27mins

is Michelle Handleman's long awaited docu­

mentary about the political activities and sexual

gay son. You won't want to' miss the scenes at the

After The Revolution dir. Lizzie Thynne 1993


peared. A small town boy is secretly sleeping with


gay nude beach in Moscow or the opening of their

Co-presented by Pervert Scouts loodSisters: Leather, Dykes and Sadomasochism

---; cal footage, this documentary makes ; r-::;=-,--

that one should die of AIDS quietly and peacefully.

first ever state sanctioned gay nightclub!

Sat June 1.0 8:00pm VIC $7 610J

new film by Mark Christopher (The Dead Boys'

interviews with political activists, entertainers,

transsexuals, and one very supportive mother of a

BloodSisters: Leather, Dykes and Sadomasochism The Elegant Spanking

If Only.

1995 USA 17 mins 16mm How He Goes dir. Gretchen Hildebran 1994 USA 14 mins. 16mm The Dadshuttle dir. Michael Stremel 1994 USA 23:20 mins 16mm The Kiss On The Cliff dir. Reid Waterer 1994 USA 21:00 mins 16mm Forsaken dir. Frank Mosvold 1994 USA 11.5 mins 16mm Prague dir. Patrick Snee 1995 USA 9 mins 16mm b&w You" I Will Play dir. Randy Caspersen 1994 USA 5 mins 16 mm b&w If Only dir. John Daschbach 1994 USA 6 mins 16mm Total running time: 106:70mins

Califia and Skeeter with music by Coil, Chris and

Cosey, Frightwig and the Lucy Stoners.

Maria Beatty & Rosemary Delain's highly erotic film The Elegant Spanking beautifully details the S&M relationship between a mistress and her

maid. We are treated to an aesthetic subversion of

sexual perversion as mistress and maid indulge in punishment, seduction, submission, spanking,

strapping, piss drinking, spike heel and foot wor­


BloodSlsters: Leather, Dykes and Sado­ masochism dir. Michelle Handelman 1995 USA 70mins

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Vou've been asking us for year's why we don't I show women's and men's shorts together. Well we decided that it was about time and we are pre­ senting three very charming shorts for everyone to enjoy. Here you'll find the sexes happily working together to solve their diverse and not so pre­ dictable problems. First-time filmmaker Garth Christenson's The Anniversary is a romantic comedy that will charm your socks off. Set in a typical Manhattan apart­ ment building, two couples get their anniversary dates mixed and tensions build. As their spouses prepare fabulous meals, the nosy new neighbor Nancy is trying to be friendly, but only adds to the confusion. The Conception brings together a pregnant straight teen, a gay man with relationship problems and a lesbian couple desperately trying to get pregnant. This determined couple tries everything including adoption, procreation, bribery and immaculate con­ ception. None of these options seem to work until they get a little help from a friend.

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Margaret Hetherman's award winning film Forms &

Motifs is inspired by Kalman Egyed's collection of exquisite beadwork and embroidery designs. A

young woman, CeCe, is not satisfioo with the direction her life is taking when she discovers her grandfather's portfolio of designs. She decides that these exquisite patterns need to come to life

and enlists the help of her surrogate family, 3 lively drag queens. Their goal to "create a most glamorous piece!" becomes a reality, but can they make it on to the runway? All the designs in this delightful film were authentically revived.

The Anniversary dir. Garth Christenson 1995

USA 14mins 16mm Conception dir. David Sigal 1995 USA 20mins

16mm Forms and Motifs dir. Margaret Hetherman 1994 USA 40mins 16mm Total running time: 74mins

This program of shorts showcases a wide range of I works by local gay makers. From the beautiful­ ly poetic to the hilariously comic to the downright

questionable, these works reveal the wildly inde­ pendent spirit of gay film and videomakers in the Bay Area. Inlcudes R.X. Rubio's Playing Posei-

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don, a nostalgic super 8 memory piece on sexual innocence, family, friendship & the impact of the

movies; Dennis Conroy and David E. Johnston's beautifully shot Lush Life is a represenatation of voyeurism, sado-masochistic fantasy and mastur­ batory hallucinations; Jonathan and David, John Church's lyrically sensual modern interpretation of the biblical relationship between Jonathan and David; and Charles Lofton's I Like Dreaming, an engaging rumination on the pleasures of subway cruising.

Playing Poseidon dir. R.X. Rubio 1995 USA 9:52 mins video Lush Ufe dir. Den nis Conroy & David E. John­ ston 1.994 USA 7 mins video Jonathan and David dir. John Church 1994 USA 11 mins video I Uke Dreaming dir. Charles Lofton 1994 USA 6 mins video A Scene From Frankie and Johnny dir. Michael Jortner 1995 USA 7 mins video ' Remnants dir. Nolan Shirley 1994 USA 7 mins video Re-Generatlon dir. Stuart Gaffney 1995 USA 6 mins video Be My Valentine dir. Carl Sandler 1995 USA 10:00 mins video FUJI dir. Gil Bardsley 1995 USA 10 mins 16 mm Lulu dir. Marc Huestis 1995 USA 1 5 mins video On A Queer Day dir. Peter McDowell 1995 USA 10 mins video Long Ago (And Far Away) dir. Scott Ehorn 1995 USA 3 mins video Sexlock dir. Jeff Cowan 1995 USA 3 mins video STD Cry CIA dir. Brett Thomas 1995 USA 2:30 mins 16mm Total : 107:30 mins



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Co-Presented by Cine Accl6n But when.I'm around real Puerto Ricans, I say I'm from New York." "IlJlen I'm around white people I say I'm Puerto



In Frances Negron-Muntaner's film Brincando El

Charco, a young latina artist serves seven years of exile in Philadelphia When her father dies suddenly, Oau- .

obligation to a family who abandoned her because she is a lesbian, Oaudia spends her days photographing

dia copes with detachment While she considers her


and documenting other latinalo gays. Her gay white


publishing agent, however, discourages

Claudia from pushing "the people-of­

color issue" onto the rest of the commu­

nity. Although she steers clear of becoming too involved in her lawyer

with the effects of what has happened to her people

girlfriend's political activism, Oaudia copes inwardly

. Race, language, birthplace and economics surface as fractures in a culture as diverse as the world itself. As a light-skinned, island born, main-land living, bilingual, lesbian Oaudia struggles for a place on the spectrum. politically since the colonialization of Puerto Rico.




Brincando El Charco offers extensive and sensitive

coverage of a community still rarely· seen in cinema

kill somebody." Carefully crafted, this film deserves each of the three filmmaking genres it encompasses -

today. '''The only time we make the news is when we

narrative, documentary and experimental - anything

less would stifle its provocativeness. A rich and fulfill­

ing work offering a tender view of feminine sexuality. The teaching of Black History has been traditionally

ditionally white. If you're a Black-identified lesbian,

male and the teaching of women's history has been tra­

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where do you go to learn about your history? The sub­

possible to create one's own history. Though only 20

ject's of Inge Blackman's BD WOMEN suggess it is minutes, this stylish documentary gives a thorough

the Canibean cope with identity and sexuality in a

overview of how Black lesbians in Great Britain and

queer community that typically overlooks racism.


- Desi del Valle

Brlncando EI Charco dir. Frances Negron­ Muntaner 1994 U SA 56:40mins BD Women dir. Inge Blackman 1994 UK 20mins

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Co-presented by AudloVlslon@ ith lesbian films being all the rage in Holly­


wood, it is reassuring to know that independent

films like Change the Frame are still managing to

get made. DirectorlProducer Cristina Rey's first

feature film is a whimsical and realistic portrayal of love, growing up and life's direction. Rey

focuses her camera on the lives of a couple living

. in a small college town in the Colorado Rockies.

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Angela (Stephani Shope), is a col­

lege graduate working at a hot dog

cart who one day reali�es she has

put her art career on hold while waiting for her

girlfriend, Rachel (Cristina Rey), to finish gradu­ ate school. Rachel, meanwhile, is too busy _ with

school to realize Angela has become frustrated

with her life and their relationship. The arrival of a

flirtatious singer from San Francisco helps to dis­

tract Angela from the reality of her relationship,

but she soon realizes that she must re-assess her

life goals and priorities. Their relationship begins

to suffer under the intense pressure Angela is feel­

ing to make changes in her life. It is a pleasure to

finally see a feature film that so honestly captures

some of the common experiences we have all

shared in our relationships. Finally a film that

takes lesbian relationships seriously.

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Creating Family

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rTameline audience-award winner(lntrepedissima) r Marta BalletbO-Coll's debut feature film, Costa

Brava, is � sophisticated comedy set in romantic

lesbian actors, Desi del Valle of ModFuck Explo­ sion and the up coming Desi's Looking For A New Girl, plays Montserrat, an Israeli scientist who can ' t quite accept her homosexuality, but nonethe­ less falls for Anna (played by the director Marta seismic analyst, Montserrat finds herself stuck in Barcelona teaching engineering and not able to do

the research which she loves. After having spent 5 years in New York writing roach killer commer­ cials, Anna has finally finished writing her mono­

logue (not a play) and is desperately seeking fund­ ing to produce it in Barcelona.


,.------, and they wind up having a long talk about the pros and cons of dating men vs. women. The two can not stop thinking about each other and

both sit by the phone trying to muster the courage up to call. Finally, Montseratt asks Anna to go to the Costa Brava (Brave Coast) with her and it is here in this wildly romantic setting that they first tentatively embrace and fall in love. Described as the "Catalonian Woody Allen," Bal­ letbO-Coll's has directed an innovative film that takes comedy to a new level of sophistication.

Costa Brav� "dir. Marta Bal letb6-Coll 1994

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Both Of My Mom's Names Are Judy a project of LGPA 1994 USA 10: 16mins Gay Lives And Culture Wars dir. Elaine Velazquez 1995 USA 2 7 :27mins Rocking The Cradle dir. Kirk Marcolina 1994 26mins 16mm Straight From The Heart dir. Dee Mosbacher & Francis Reid 1994 USA 24mins 16mm Total running time: 87 .43m ins

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Crossing the Gender Divide

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li s a survey of butch identity and transgender lIrealities, these shorts help to dismantle the rigid

Caston, an aspiring lesbian stand-up comedian

who is about to get her big break in the business. Sheila has been living happily with her lover of

four years, Julie, in a beautiful seaside home.

tion of shorts encompass a variety of styles and

Returning from an out-of-town comedy engage­

viewpoints that provide a great introduction to the

ment, she is offered the starring role in a new TV

Maureen Bradley examines the causes for her own

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sitcom by a husband and wife producing team. All is well until Sheila comes face to face

internalized fear of looking or acting butch in Not

with the woman behind the offer. Catching Sheila

Like That; Jenni Olson explores butch identity in

by surprise, the mysterious producer turns out to

just under 30 seconds in her new film Sometimes.

be her long lost first love, Lynn, who reappears


From Australia comes Men Like Me, a documen­

after a 15-year absence. Through a series of flash­

tary that makes creative use of computer video

backs, we realize that Lynn while battling her own


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internalized homophobia had rejected Sheila's

stereotyped concept of gender.

advances causing her to become suicidal.

This film is both humorous and

to put the past behind her, Sheila must decide

educational in its examination

of the social and physical transformation from



stereotypes of gender. The videos in this collec­

world of gender outlaws.


Sponsored by SO/SO .D. Lang look-alike Jan Derbyshire plays Sheila


whether she is still in love with the elusive Lynn. The two do their best to keep a secret their past

female to male of the filmmaker's friend, Dale.

relationship, but emotions boil to the surface and

Plus Alisa Lebow's informative documentary on

their prospective mates begin to suspect. Lynn

Stone Butch Blues author Leslie Feinberg, Out­

becomes obsessed with Sheila and buys a date

law. Feinberg shares with us her experiences as a

with her for $ 1 200 at a charity benefit. Sheila on

woman who has spent much of her life passing as

the other hand starts to withdraw and become

a man and as an activist who has struggled for

introspective. She spends many an evening vigor­

more awareness for the rights of transgendered

ously rowing in a tied up boat that can go nowhere while her career and her committed relationship

people everywhere.

are put on hold. Eventually her partner gives her

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Can't Help Lovin Dat Man dir. Alex Umen

an ultimatum and Sheila must choose between her

1995 USA 8mins video Gens de Foque dir. Sam Sommers 1994 Canada 15m ins video Men Like Me dir. Sylvie Shaw 1994 Australia 25min 16mm Not Uke That: Diary Of A Butch-.phobe dir. Maureen Bradley 1994 Canada 14m ins video Outlaw d i r. Alisa Lebow 1994 USA 26:18mins video Sometimes dir. Jenni Olson 1994 USA 30secs video Total running time: 88:50mins

past and present loves.

Devotion dir. Mindy Kaplan 1994 USA




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a special multimedia exposition of queer visions for the future curated by Please louise Productions and Museo Contempo In association with Framellne and Southern Exposure

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Cmultimedia playground where sci-fi meets fantasy meets dreamscape meets wishful thinking. CYBERSTROIKA is composed of six

YBERSTROIKA transfonns the raw warehouse space of San Francisco's Southern Exposure gallery into a freestyle, digital extravaganza - a


thematically-linked exhibits, each specially designed to create an environment and context in which to view digital video. and multimedia presentations. The programming and architecture of CYBERSTROlKA is by Please Louise Productions, creators of more than 75 video presentations in the Bay Area and beyond in the last two years. - Please Louise Productions


The 5IfIr Sex Visibn CenII!r is a welcoming kiosk designed to insure your safer

passage into the future. This exhibit will feature monitors showcasing innovative safer sex videos by Barbara Hammer, Joe Hoffman, Genessa Krasnow, BeliallPink Eye Video, Ylonda Stevens, Zachary Longtree, and others; an interactive kiosk by the local gay BBS Outline and The Brothers Network Interactive Safe Sex Video Game; and a table of printed information (available in mUltiple languages) from local AIDSIHIV service agencies. Environmental design is by Museo Contempo and Bert Green/Circle Elephant The Safer Sex Visitors Center is sponsored by 0 Action: the Young Men's Program of STOP AIDS PROJECf.


apocalyptic visions that decry these terrifying aspects of high-tech society. HAL's visual nightmare is framed by Lecram Nerak's Das Simulation, Elliot Anderson's Inforia, and original compilations by Please Louise Productions. Exhibit design is by Cary Boisvert, Matt Bass, and Andy Knipe.

The Cyber£xpo,

playing on the conventions of the multimedia Expo or World's Fair, is a high-end "product fair" that explores the marketability and commercialization of queer multimedia, and suggests ways in which queer aesthetics might inform approaches to information, entertainment, products, and services. It is here that one is treated to some of the featured innovations of the Multimedia Age: interactive exhibits by Rex Bruce, Jordy Jones, Texas Tomboy, Quinn Hearne, the new alternative on-line service Total Entertainment Network by Optigon Interactive, and the Go Girl pinball machine by Michael Brown, make use of such formats as CD-ROM, digital video and the virtual environment

invites you to take a trip on a pirate spaceship, celebrating the techno visions of computer animation and hallucinogenic "rave" visuals. ZoLoft encouages you to expore, experiment with, and experience those alternative forms of reality afforded to us through synethetic means. Created by S. Topiary and curated with Gretchen Hildebrun, this exhibit features an installation of computer scree n-savers by Greg Jalbert, Lucia Grossberger-Morales and Sara Frucht; ambient visual poetry by Elise Hurwitz; video eye candy by BeliaVPink Eye Video, Kadet Kuhne, Tari Abramovitch, and Kenneth Penn. ZtiLoft environment design is by Amy Berk, Renee Rivera and Carrie Cronenwett, and includes a live sound installation by Angela Williams; black light painting by Zanne; and a collage of video, text and slide projections created by the ZtiLoftian team. ZtiLoft is sponsored by l!!Ywl and supported by Junk! and Leather Tongue Video.

Since the vast majority of queers do not have access to the latest, expensive stateof-the-art technology, artists often work with what they can get their hands on. Innovative "experiments" on limited budgets and limited access are celebrated in this exhibit - for the radical ways that they re-envision the cultural landscape. Digital videos by Melinda Hess, Barbara Hammer, David Rauch, Donald Gua,mieri, Museo Contempo, Kenn Spreokel, Mona De Vestal, and the premiere of Christ by Jon Bush and Iguana Productions.

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PI.n, the flip side of "technological progress", is a technophobic exhibit exploring the potential of new technology to only further the agenda(s) of the very same dominant institutions from which the individual "cyber-cowboy" seeks freedom. The hyper-controlled environment of this exhibit, mirroring the power these agencies wield in their regulation of technology and perpetuation of oppressive paradigms, is juxtaposed with post-


The BaIgain Basement is offered as an alternative to the hype of The CyberExpo.





Museo Contempo Now Lounge is a site-specific, future-funk environment ,reated by Mnre<> Contempo fo, the'Sonlhem E'po,nre ' , me"an'ne incorporating Museo Contempo's five years of Amiga-based video work. an en vironment by Scott Pimentel's Lycra Village, and live cocktail hosts to boot ! It is here, in the hearth of the new century habitat, where entertainment, shopping. communication, and education can be accessed through a cavalcade of digital boxes.

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Di rector of Photography

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Irving Saraf

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Richard Stead Enterprises

Ms . Gomez's Styl ist

Alexi Lecach

Lucy's Seam stress

Phillipe Ruise

Sound Record i st

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Assistant Di rector

John Bininger

Assistant Camera

Jan Ruona

Title Pnotography

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Title Graph ics

Keith R PoHer Design


John Fontana


JulieHe di Giovanni Greg Keller


Michael Brown

Sou nd Mix

Amy Hunter

Production Assistants

Eric McNatt Douglas Conrad

Set Crew

Denise Meyer Jami Hoats Brett Thomas

Craft Services

Monty Kimball

Sti l l s

Teena Albert

Negative Cutter

Angela Chou

F i l m Lab

Monaco Labs

Camera Equi pment

Adolph Gasser

Aud io Post

Music Annex

Ed iti ng Fac i l ity

Saul Zaentz Film Center

F i l m to Tape

Michael Mintz/Bill Weber-Western Images

Sou nd Stage

Film Arts Foundation Back Room

Tha n k you's:

Harri ngton's, Mad Magdas, Katz's Bagels, Mag ic Theater, ACT, Ta m i ng of the Shoe, Zev Berman , Scott Roberts, Ga i l Si lva, Doug las Conrad (and everybody at FAF) Glen Newland, I rene Pi nn, Debb ie Bruba ker, Jono Weiss , Jea n Fichtenkort, Cou r Da i n , Ga briel LaRaque, Mel i ssa Mu rphy, Cam Wi l son

#" '. : Music Annex � �AldoIotT omc:tr'O.W

Dyke Delights: New Lesbian Shorts 2

Eagle Shooting Hero Sat J u n e 1 7 3 : 3 0 p m CAS $7 617C Sponsored by Odwalla Juice

S u n J u n e 11 12noon CAS $5 611A


e can't seem to resist bringing you at least one

gender bending Hong Kong film. This year we

Thu J u n e 1 5 2 : 15pm CAS $5 6158

have Jeffrey Lau's Eagle Shooting Hero, a wacky

Sponsored by Deneuve

spoof of just about every Hong Kong film you


veryone likes it hot in this collection of tasty les­

bian cinema flicks. Highlights include H. Len

into the desires of two beautiful young women

Concubine. Don't even try to follow the plot in

who catch each others eye at the laundromat. A


this silly comedy as the characters constantly

woman receives her first Tarot card reading and it

changes her life in Karen Sheahan's film In The













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actor including Brigitte Lin from The East Is Red and Leslie Cheung from Farewell, My

Keller's sexy new film Sightings which delves


have ever seen and stars just about every major

Cards. Things get supernatural when a quarreling couple check into an empty motel in Souvenir and fantasy and reality mix in Double Entente. Margaret Hetherman's film Sister


Louise's Discovery, a young nun must come to terms with her sister's sexuality. Heatwave explores the dreams and desires of a poetically minded teen. Le Poisson D' Amour explores the public/private duality'S of a lesbian love affair while Regarde-Moi transgresses the boundaries of a forbidden world.

Double Entente dir. Jacquie Lawrence 1994

swap sex roles only adding to the confusion. It involves two evil cousins trying to take over a

kingdom, a search for an all-powerful kung-fu .


manual, a young male priest


(played by a woman) who is in


love with his murdered master and an Emperor who wants to

achieve nirvana, but in order to do so must per­ suade another man to tell him he loves him. With

all this gender bending and the usual astounding displays of kung-fu mastery; you want to miss this hilarious send up of Hong Kong films. Starring Brigette Lin, Leslie Cheung, Tony Leung, Maggie Cheung, and Joey Wong.

UK 11mins 16mm

Eagle Shooting Hero dir. Jeffrey Lau 1994

Heatwave dir. Kathy Stephans 1994 USA

Hong Kong 105mins 35mm color in Can­ tonese with Engl ish and Mandarin subtitles

15mins 16mm In The Cards dir. Karen Sheahan 1994 USA 6:25mins 16mm Le Poisson D'Amour dir. Pau la Gauthier 1994 USA 11mins 16mm Regarde-Mol dir. Elisabeth Aubert 1993 France 8:30 mins 35mm subtitled Sightings dir. H. Len Kel ler 1995 USA 12m i ns 16mm Sister Louise's Discovery dir. Margaret Heatherman 1994 USA 10m ins 16mm Souvenir dir. Lisa Cholodenko 1994 USA 13mins 16mm Total running time: 90mins


Eclipse �un J u ne 11 9 : 30 p m CAS $ 7 611E Bay Area Premiere

Electric City presents Red Hot and Bruised Mon J u ne 12 5 : 00pm V I C $5 612H

Sponsored by KQED Co-presented by Teleftlm and the Canadian Consulate

li s the cosmic phenomenon of a solar eclipse Itdraws near, ten individuals find one another in

this powerfully erotic reexamination of what dri­ ves us to seek emotional and sexual solace in ill­ fated relationships. The characters are Henry, a twe.nty-something Asian-Canadian hustler; Brian, a"middle-aged business man; Sylvie, a Quebecoise maid; Gabriel, a political refugee from Latin America; Norman, an immigration lawyer; Sarah, his Venezuelan wife; Angelo, a sexually preco­ cious gay teenager; Michael, a self-absorbed artist; Jim, a contemplative actor; and Carlotta, a relentless party girl. The eclipse acts as a metaphor for their electrify­ ing sexual couplings. Much like the moon arid





�un, th� couples �� co� stantly Jockeymg for posItIon m the

L-_-=___-l sexual and emotional games

they play. The beautiful Angelo knows the pOwer

his youth wields over the older men he seeks out. But when he sees his. image captured and bottled by Michael he realizes the precariousness of his advantage. For Henry, sex is just a job and he puts up with Brian who finds sexual gratification in hustlers and his maid Sylvie. The cynical Sylvie is empowered by the sexual acts she per­ forms with her employer. Sarah, must face her past and question her current life when she meets Gabriel. Michael and Jim are still facing the demons born of their broken relationship.

Sponsored by SO/SO �an Francisco's own Cheap TV experts, Electric .lc ity Network, has chronicled the lives and loss­

es of gay, lesbian, bisexual and trans gender people for the last 12 years. Nominated for three Emmy Awards, Electric City has highlighted AIDS activism, club scene, court system, police riots, drag queens, dyke daddies, sex workers, street fairs, parades, protests, performers, poets, the quotables and the notables, not to mention the unmentionables. Red Hot & Bruised is a kaleido­

scope of amazing footage, fierce music and his­ toric photographs from Electric City; with help

from Bill Longen, Chuck Roseberry and some of the city's best photographers. Uncut and uncensored, Red Hot & Bruised

reviews history through the eyes and ears of a queer activist camera crew who were at the right place, at the right time rt<cording everything from Coronations, and police brutality. Electric City was arrested in Sacramento for "conspiracy to film a demonstration" and were attacked by San Francisco's finest while taping the October 6,

1989 Castro Lock Down. Electric City was in the

rotunda of City Hall to film a body bag dance for Day of Disaster. The screen will fill with disturb­ ing and inspiring images of people in the community as they are. Red Hot & Bruised will include special appear­

ances from Jerome Caja's acting debut playing all

Shakespeare's heroines to Tom Ammiano, Chrys­ tos, Lani Kaahumanu, Elvis Herselvis, Phatima,

In fact, all these volatile entanglements are

Patsy Cline, Dead Marilyn, Dan White, Dennis

skewed by race, class and age while the beautiful

... Mason, Rambeau, Danny 50;.r'SO Williams, Doris Fish, Kate

black and white cinematography creates an other worldly atmosphere which belies the all too earth­ ly power dynamics that inform each encounter. Plus Richard Press' Rambles in which an older

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Borstein, Pansy Division, Robert Bray, Bob

Hawk, Miss Kitty, John Waters, Charles Busche, Susie Bright, Learch, Keith Hennessy, Vito Russo,

qlan seeks refuge in anonymous sexual encounters.

Justin -Bond, Lypsinka, Miss Uranus Contest, Joan

Eclipse dir. Jeremy Podeswa 1994 Canada 95

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his program features two documentaries on

Derek Jarman as well as three of his short films

from the '70's which have been recently restored by the Centre Georges Pompidou.

Mark Jordan and John Piper's The Last Paintings

Of Derek Jarman shows us that Tarman's "prolific

optometrist and his mother discover that he never

rich career as an -artist . . . " The Last Paintings doc­

cally a man when, during an eye test, the


saw things quite in same way they have.

In Claudio Cipelleti's n Mondo

Diviso, a young man begins to explore

his sexuality. Michael Brynntrup's

E $ Kain und Abel shows how

God sows

the seeds of discord and divides mankind into good

and evil. Giovanni Minerba's Orpheus, The Day

Before is a contemporary rendering of the ancient

Orpheus. While washing his 501 's, Andrea discov­

ers new life in Giampaolo Mara's Mirto. Marzi's

Tracce Di ChIodo SuI Muro features a lonely trans­ vestite, an old mother, a fat singer and a beautiful stranger, Andreas Struck's Random Access is a

filmmaking career was balanced by an equally

uments how "on the edge of blindness and short

of breath (Jarman) was in the process of creating

his final set of paintings with the help of his assis­

tant Karl Lydon."

Richard Kwietniowski's A Night With Derek "fea- ­

tures a broad range of his acquaintances celebrat­

ing his dizzying love of life, a year after his death.

Clancy Chassay, the young actor who debuted in

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Derek's film Wittgenstein,

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ted biography for Jarman beginners, and also

reveals for the first time his Famous Last Words."

fairy tale in which two guys' lives take on new

Jarman's Journey To Avebury beautifully reflects

young men in a small town fmd each other and the

Celtic traditions, while his interest in Egyptology

meaning after they encounter the Madonna.


his fascination with ancient history, paganism, and

courage to show their love in Alexander Kunja's

and Alchemy are at the heart of Garden of Luxor.

Amblyopa (Points Of View) dir. Monica Stambri­

man. In it these are the themes and images that

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Cipelletti 1994 Italy 12 m ins 16mm

"Art of Mirrors . . . was a breakthrough film for Jar­ reoccur throught his work. The theatrical position­

gestures that relates to his early painting. . . "

- Michael o 'Pray

Kain und Abel dir. Michael Brynntrup 1994 Ger­ many 10 mins 16mm

Orpheus, The Day Before dir. Giovanni Minerba

1994 Italy 12 mins 16mm

Mirto dir. Giampaolo Marzi 1994 Italy 12 mins

The Last Paintings Of Derek Jarman dir. Mark Jordan

& John Piper 1994 G reat Britain 30

mins video


A Night With Derek d i r. Richard Kwietniowski

The Wall) dir. Giampaolo Marzi -1994 Italy 4


Tracce DI Chiodo Sui Muro (Tracks Of Nail On mins 16mm

Random Access dir. Andreas Struck 1995 Great Britain 11 mins 35mm Vehlefanz dir. Alexander Kunja 1992 Germany 15 mins 16mm Total running time: 80 minutes

& Peter M u rphy 1995 Great Britain. 25 mins

Journey To Avebury d i r. Derek Jarman 197 1 Great Britain 10 mins 16mm

Garden Of Luxor dir. Derek Jarman 1972 Great Britain 6 mins 16mm

The Art Of Mirrors d i r. Derek Jarman 1973 Great Britain 10 mins 16mm Total runn ing time: 81 minutes

Experimental Explorations

Fanci's Persuasion World Premiere

Fri J u n e 16 8 : 30pm VIC $7 6161 ithout theory, there would be no change. Join us in watching accomplished film makers new post-post contemporary shorts. Rene Broussard's The Fatboy Chronicles is a video diary made up

found TV footage, family photographs and school yearbook photographs. These elements are point­ edly taken apart and reassembled in a way that is

both incisive and humorous in their depiction of the origins of Broussard's life long attraction to

fatboys and men. Odd Girl Out is another video diary that traces both the erotic and class roots of the artists coming out process. Tammy Rae Car­ land has created an excellent pixel vision scrap­

book of her adolescence. Jim Hubbard, co­ founder of the New York Lesbian and Gay ExperiI men�l Fih� Festival, . . . ,.,., - j descnbes hIS 1 6mm cme.. .... ...

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mascope film Momento Mori as a self-processed meditation on death and the personal and cultural rituals that surround it. Plus My Assimilation, Cecilia Dougherty's latest video exploration into the conflict between identity and assimilation.

The Easy Garden dir. Annie Stanley 1995

USA 9mins Fat Boy Chronlcles dir. Rene Broussard

1995 USA 24mins "I" dir. Joel Roman Mendias 1995 USA 15mins My Failure to Assimilate dir. Cecilia Dougher­ ty 1995 USA 20m ins Memento Morl dir. John Hubbard 1994 USA 20mins 16mm Odd Girl Out dir. Tammy Rae Carland 1994 USA 17m ins Total running time: 105mins

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co. Power outages course through the city and

Fanci's friends and family are swept into a dream

world where magic takes precedent over reality.

Things start to fall apart, beginning with the happy couple who disagree over the guest list. Just one

block away, Olive and Theo, two of Fanci's clos­

est friends, are planning a mystical wedding cere­ mony while her arch conservative parents Irving

and Irene (played by Justin Bond) are refusing to

attend the wedding. Olive and Theo have a witch­ ly falling out and do battle in the realm of magic.

Their occult shenanigans cause everyone to go to

pieces including Fanci's mother who finds herself on a journey through the city's sexual under-




ground. At her bachelorette

party, F�ci's �eprieve from all .L-_____--1. the wackiness IS only momen-

tary when she finds herself inflicted by a series of

nightmarish visions which catapults her naked and

screaming through the streets of San Francisco.

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comes to a spectacular conclusion at the much awaited wedding ceremony. Local director

Charles Herman-Wurmfeld's debut feature film is a dizzy and energetic queer comedy, which just

goes to show that Love Is A Many-Gendered Thing.

Fancl's Persuasion dir. Charles Herman­ Wurmfeld 1995 , USA 80mins 16mm








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e are very excited to be presenting a new doc­ umentary from the makers of Forbidden Love. Aerlyn Weissman and Lynne Fernie have once again created an insightful and entertaining film that delves into lesbian history this time examin­ ing the life of famous lesbian novelist and activist, Jane Rule. Interviews with and about Rule are interwieved with dramatic evocations of her writ­ ing. Her first published novel The Desert of the Heart sent shock waves through the literary com­ munity, but never-the-Iess went on to become a best-seller and highly successful film which remains a favorite among lesbian audiences. A committed political activist and intellectual, Jane Rule found herself fleeing, with her life-long com­ panion Helen Sonthoff, the rabid McCarthyism of the US in the 50's. Settling in Canada, she contin­ ues to foster public awareness and debate around issues of sexuality, representation and censorship. Whether a fan of her writing or Desert Hearts the film, Weissman and Fernie's film is a wonderful opportunity to meet one of the most important les­ bians of our time. From Freaky Friday to Nell, Jodie Foster has been one of the most versatile actresses of her _ generation. As a tomboy role model, as a bud­ ding adolescent, and as one of the strongest women actresses of the 80s she's also one of our hottest heart-throbs. Featuring some of the bright­ est highlights of her distinguished career, this compilation of coming attractions serves up a trailer tribute to one of the biggest screen heroes of the 90s. Fiction and Other Truths: A Film About Jane Rule dir. Aerlyn Weissman and Lynne Fernie

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his presentation of new works reflects the cre­ ative and powerful voices of Black lesbian filmmakers today. Included are H. Len Keller's sexy new film Sightings which delves into the desires of two beautiful young women who catch each others eye at the laundromat, but can't quite seem to connect. A young women takes out a per­ sonal ad looking- for a new companion, but she doesn't always get what she wants in Jennifer Tate's comical film The Ad. When a Brooklyn babysitter, the neighborhood matriarch, is killed by a stray bullet, the reminiscences of five women (all played by Lisa Collins) entwine, weaving the tale of their lives in Miss Ruby's House. In Frankie & Jocie, Jocelyn Taylor has some surpris­ ingly frank conversations with her straight brother about sexuality, desire, violence, self-hate and notions of family. loge Blackman's BD Women is the first British film to document B lac� lesbi:m life. . 1. _ _ _ _ ---_-' Revealmg mtervlews about ._ family and creating positive community are inter­ woven with a sensual love story set in the 1920's. This was a time when lesbians were often referred to as bulldaggers and butch/femme was all the rage.

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The Ad dir. Jennifer Tate 1995 USA 13mins

16mm SD Women dir. Inge Blackman 1994 Great

Britain 20m ins video

Frankie " Jocle dir. Jocelyn Taylor 1994 USA

20mins video Miss Ruby's House dir. Lisa Col lins 1993

USA 18mins 16mm Sightings dir. H . Len Keller 1995 USA 12mins

16mm Total running time: 83m ins

Celebrate diversityl The Triangle (hot pink) represents Gay and Lesbian rights, the Star of David (gold) symbolizes religious freedom, the symbol for Male and Female (white) merge to symbolize empowerment for all, the Faces in Silhouette (black, brown and white) stand for racial and ethnic and equality, and the Red Ribbon is for HIV, disease and disability.

Fun In Boys' Shorts: New Gay Shorts 1

Fun In Girls' Shorts: New Lesbian Shorts 1

Sat June 10 11 :00am CAS $5 610A

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his slate of fun gay shorts features Peggy Rajs­

ki's oscar® winning Trevor. Diana Ross

obsessed 1 3-year-old Trevor plunges into despair when everyone in town discovers his crush on

hunky basketball playing pal Pinky. This sweet short film is a tender and often hilarious rendering of gay adolescent angst. Felipe Paulo's Almod­ ovarish Porcada (loosely translated as "piggery") is a salacious sex farce set in Toronto's Little Por­ tugal. Amalia, a bank clerk, finds herself compet­



to do when she want's to slim down? You'll just

Lisa Udelson's short film The Party Favor is a hilarious send-up of that most dreaded heterosexu­ al tradition - the suburban bridal shower. Susie ·

of love. Jeff Robinson's Personally Yours tells of a young man's hopeless search for the love of his life through the personals. Steve McBride's Shame is a tale of an unscrupulous reporter's attempt to out two famous gay boys.

My Polish Walter dir. Terracino 1994 USA 12 mins 16mm b&w Porcarla dir. Filipe Paulo 1995 Canada 35 mins 16mm b&w Personally Yours dir. Jeff Robinson 1995 USA 8 mins 16mm Shame dir. Steve McBride 1995 UK 17 mins 16mm

Trevor dir. Peggy Rajski 1994 USA 18 mins. 35mm Total running time: 90minutes

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reluctantly accompanies her lover, Debbie, to a bridal shower for her sister-in-law. Just when they think they can't endure another round of gossip and games, they are given a very special party favor.

The Ad dir. Jennifer Tate 1995 USA 12:20mins 16mm

The Anniversary dir. Garth Christenson 1995 USA 14mins 16mm

Burden of Dykes dir. Ann Chamberlain 1994 USA 15m ins 16mm

Cat·Nlp dir. Amanda Taylor 1995 USA 14mins 16mm

The Top Pig dir. Angela Holdschmidt 1995 Germany 6mins 16mm How To Turn Heads dir. Krista Tupper/Allen Braude 1994 Canada 6mins 16mm

The Party Favor dir. Lisa Udelson 1995 USA 20:16mins 35mm Total running time: 87:36mins

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Girls By The Bay

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et Over It is an insightfully caustic comedy

about a group of handsome but emotionally self­

ish young gay men and their highly dysfunctional sexual entanglements.


ur local girls sure have been busy. Here is just a

sample of the work that is being produced in the

Bay Area by some very talented and enterprising lesbians. Many have shown their work with us

before including Hima B. whose new piece, Lick,

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When Steven (Troy Morgan) is unceremonio)Jsly

brings to life the revenge fantasies of a jilted lover.

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sapetses), his best friend Pam (Deborah Cordell),

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dumped by his boyfriend Derek (Nicholas Kat­

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up from L.A. The group is made up of the suppos­


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old boyfriend Michael.

Constantly swapping partners , the boys can't seem

to stop bickering amongst themselves. Quickly fed up, the women ditch them and drive back to L.A., leaving the boys to untangle their own mess. Meanwhile, Steven is left feeling even more down in the dumps. With his debut feature film, Katsapetses delivers one of the sexiest and wittiest modem comedies

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we have seen in a long time. With an always on target script, Get Over It constantly delivers and

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Catalina dir. Tommy O'Haver 1995 USA 5:30 mins 16mm b&w Get Over It dir. Nicholas Katsapetses 1995 USA 90 mins 16mm b&w

Kadet explores the depths of loss in Shot Through

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just what "butch" means in 30 sec­ onds. Lesbians off the street are

asked who the girl of their dreams

would be in I Shot My W.O .D. We also have the

trailer for The Source, a documentary on the girls

who ride the waves. Plus much, much more.

Birthday Party dir. Jill Reiter 1995 USA

9mins Dumbshit dir. Marilyn Bull 1995 USA

3: 12mins I Shot My W.O.D. dir. Tanya Mi ller & Julie

Wyman 1995 USA 9 mins Lick dir. Hima 1995 USA 10mins Lost Sleep dir. Julie X Black 1995 USA 3m ins 16mm Love Strikes Hard dir. El len Seidler 1994 USA 4:06mins Possession dir. Luara Nix 1994 USA 5mins Queer Christmas dir. Heidi Arnesen 1995 USA 6:30mins Shot Through My Head dir. Kadet 1995 USA 4mins Sometimes dir. Jenni Olson 1994 USA 30sec The Source dir. Georgina Corzine 1995 USA 3m ins Two Quickies dir. Amy Boyd/ Karla Carmony 1994 USA 5:40mi ns The Wanderer dir. Margo Dean 1995 USA 9:40mins Women On Fire dir. Alexis Vaughn 1994 USA 11mins Death Of A Writer In Two Parts dir. Pamela August Russell 1995 USA 9mins All works in video. Total running time: 94m ins _


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�:30pm - Eclipse 61 1 E

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1 2noon - Boys and Girls Together 61·2A

2:00pm - Pushing Limits: New Lesbian Shorts 3 61 2B 4: 1 5pm - Paradise Framed 61 2C

7:00pm - No Ordinary Love 6 1 30 9:30pm - Skin Deep 6 1 3E

Wednesday June 14

1 2noon - Euro Boys In Shorts Too 6 1 4A

2:00pm - Jane Rule/Jodie Promo 6 1 4B 4:00pm - Terence Davies Trilogy 6 1 4C 6:45pm - Change the Frame 6 1 40 9:00pm - Parallel Sons 6 1 4E

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1 2 noon - Change the- Frame (repeat) 61 6A 2:00pm - No Ordinary Love (repeat) 61 6B

Sadomasochism 61 0J 1 0: 1 5pm - The Naked Look 61 0K Sunday June 11

2:00pm - Lions, Tigers, Chubs & Bears 61 1 F 4:1 5pm - Our Mothers, Our Selves 6 1 1 G 6:30pm - Queer "Orientalia" 61 1 H 9:00pm - Sister My Sister 61 1 1 Monday June 12

9:00pm - Brincando el Charco/BD Women 6 1 2H Tuesday June 13

5:00pm - M I X Brazil 6 1 3F 7:00pm - Girls By the Bay 61 3G 9:30pm - Boys By the Bay 61 3H Wednesday June 14

5:00pm - The Last Paintings of Derek Jarman 6 1 4F 7:00pm - TransGenderFuck Activism 61 4G 9:00pm - Serial Lesbians 6 1 4H Thursday June 15

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3:00pm - Young Queer Rebels 6 1 6G 6:00pm - For Colored Girls Who . . . 61 6H 8:30pm - Experimental Explorations 6 1 61 1 0:30pm - Naughty, Nasty & Not So Nice 61 6J Saturday June 17

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What Is Frameline rameline is the nation's· only comprehensive Fnon-profit organization dedicated to the

exhibition, distribution, promotion and fund­ ing of lesbian and gay film and video. The San Francisco International Lesbian & Gay Film Festival is Frameline's signature event. For nineteen years we've been bring­ ing new and rare works to a Bay Area audi­ ence; our 1 994 audience numbered over 55,000 . Our ambition is to showcase the best and most diverse work by or about lesbians and gay men.

, In addition to the Festiv� FrameIi1e also presents: FILM & V I D EO DISTRI BUTION

Frameline Distribution brings over 140 les­ bian and gay films and videos to television, theatres, colleges, libraries and community groups across the country. Our ever-growing collection represents the variety, excellence, innovation and importance of lesbian and gay work today. Titles include Gus Van 'Sant's first film Mala Noche, Marlon Riggs' Tongues Untied, and Last Call At Maud's, Paris Poirier's history of lesbian bar culture. H O M E V I D EO

Now for the first time ever, you can create a lesbian and gay film festival in your own home. In 1 994 we launched Frameline's Lesbian & Gay Cinema Collection on home video . . Titles include Together Alone, Extramuros, Tongues Untied and Voices From The Front. To be placed on our mailing list, please call (4 1 5) 703-8659, or ask the volunteers at the Castro Theatre Membership Table for more information. FILM & VI DEO COM PLETION FU ND

Frameline's annual fund for film and video­ makers is designed to help bring lesbian and gay work to the screen. Through the Completion Fund, we provided grants to a number of films featured in this year's Festival. Completion Fund guidelines are available by mid-July each year, and the deadline is mid-October. For more informa­ tion, call (4 1 5) 703-8658 . RESOU RCE SERVICES

Frameline's Archive & Resource Center is another way in which we continue to provide

access to our cinematic history. The center contains both archival and current materials - films, videos, stills, posters, catalogs and clippings - on lesbian and gay film and video, from the 1 930s to the present day. Our Archive & Resource Center is currently pro­ vided as a service to programmers, writers, students and researchers all over the world. LES BIAN & GAY FI LM CLASS


As part of its outreach mission, Frameline hias provided support to City College of San Francisco's Film 120C and 1 200 lesbian and gay film classes since their inception in 1 988. Taught by Frameline's Education Consultant (and local film critic) Daniel Mangin, the two courses track representations of lesbians, gays, bisexuals and the transgendered through an eclectic cross-section of queer cinema his­ tory . Class guest speakers have included Gregg Araki, Kate Bomstein, Marlon Riggs, Barbara Hammer, Marcus Hu and Aarin Burch. The Fall 1 995 semester of Film 1 200, which covers post-Stonewall fllm and video, begins August 23 and 24. Separate sections of the class are held Wednesday and Thursday evenings 6:30-9:30 at Everett Middle School, at 17th and Church. A daytime class is held on Wednesday afternoons at 2:00 at City College's main campus (Cloud Hall, room 247). You may enroll at the first class, or call for more information: (4 1 5) 668-0767. New! Cruis ing the Les bian/ Gay Fi lm Festival


Ever been moved, enthralled or rattled by a work at the Festival and wanted to debate your reaction with other movie lovers? Ever want to speak directly to a film or video maker but were too shy to shout your que.s­ tions at the Castro Theatre? The Harvey Milk Institute will be offering an intimate seminar that provides the opportunity to discuss the Festival with fellow students, directors, tale�ts and others.

*Note: Total class fee of $ 1 70 includes Castro Festival Pass (Frame line members may pur­ chase directly from Frameline); and tickets to select Victoria Theater screenings Two hour sessions June 6 (orientation and film selec­ tion) and June 20 (wrap -up discussion). Four meetings at the Festival will be arranged. All meetings held at 584B Castro Street, 2nd Floor. Phone (41 5) 552-7200 to register.


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Laura Thielen

Desi del Valle

Andrew Thompson

Traci des Jardins

Asian American International

Rory Desmond

Film Festival

Tom di Maria

Basilisk Films

Julie Dorf

Bear Magazine

Tom Dvorak

Berlin International Film

Greg Ebertz


Michael Ehrenzweig

Rose Troche Guinivere Turner Robin Vachal Christine Vachon Jack Walsh Steve Watson

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Mike Ellerin

Darlene Weide

Blumenfeld Group

Mathew Gardener

David Weissman

British Film Institute

Vivian Gay

Michael White

Canadian Consulate Trade

Susie' Gerhardt

Karen Wickre


Lissa Gibbs

Clyde Wildes

Canadian Filmaker's

Elka Gilmore

Kafhleen Wilkinson

Distribution Center

Marga Gomez

Channel Four TV

Brian Gordon

Cine Accion

Robert Hawk

Dangerous To Know

Larry Hellman

EBS Productions

Patrick Henry

Evans Group

Tim Highsted

Film Arts Foundation

Marcus Hu

First Run Features

Alan Hurgott

Frameline Distribution

Al Kielwasser

L 'Estrange Associates

Danielle Knight


Eva Kolodner

National Film Board Of

Kris Kovick


Mark Leno

Orion Classics

Dan Levy

Rim Films

Caroline Libresco

Rotterdam International Film

Harry Lit


Ashley Luke

Samuel Goldwyn Company


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Diane Davis Jay Dayrit Do Garbutt Cheryl Gariepy Salette Greshette

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Cassandra Miles

Lorraine Artinger

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Wouter Barendrecht

Kathy Nelson

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Zev Berman

Glen Newland

Piper Kermin

Jim Boin

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Angela Padilla

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Franco Stevens

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drag perfonner (Ian Williams) dies of AIDS but returns to settle some unfinished business with his butch ex-lover (Thomas Addie) in this sweet � comedy about love, com­ virgin atlaqtic " mitment and remembrance. As the film begins, Mark's health is starting to fade and handsome Simon, typical of their rela­ tionship, is doing his best to ignore reality. Prac­ ticing a different fonn of denial is their ditzy upstairs neighbor Siobban (Dillie Keane), who's just found politics via an incongruous affair with the well-meaning but humorless Terry (Tony Slat­ tery) - true love is amusingly elusive for every­ one in this movie.



Much to Mark's chagrin, he and Simon have an open relationship - Mark spends his last evenings working on his quilt panel while Simon hits the town. But when Mark enters the spirit world, he finds he has a lot more control over Simon's extracurricular activities than he did while alive. Mark's endless pranks finally get Simon to face some long-submerged feelings. There's a smidge of several old favorites - most obviously Ghost, Blithe Spirit, and Truly, Madly, Deeply - in Peter Mackenzie Litten's feature, which ends with the most satisfying expression of wish fulfillment related to the consequences of AIDS since the closing scene of Longtime Companion.

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ased on the book The Traps of Faith by Nobel Prize-Winning Octavio Paz, Maria Luisa Bem­ berg's exquisite film tells the remarkable story of 1 7th-century Mexican poet Sister Juana Ines de la Cruz (Assumpta Serna), one of the greatest poets of the spanish language. Born with an intense passion to write and possessing an incredible intellect, Juana enters the convent in order to avoid marriage and continue her writing. As the Inquisition rages around her and the politics of the church become more and more repressive, Juana begins to attract much attention for her free think­ ing controversial plays and poems. A new and liberal thinking viceroy takes power and his beautiful, educated wife, Maria (Dominique Sanda) takes an interest in Juana. The two are immediately taken with each other and begin an intimate relationship that is at first intellectual, but soon becomes much more. Juana begins to write many tortured love poems to Maria that amuse her husband, but anger the woman-hating archbishop. Maria uses her hus­ • band's power and influence to pro­ tect Juana, but the viceroy is eventu­ LI N ally sent back to Spain with his wife and Juana is left alone to battle against the Machi' avalian plots of the Catholic church.


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Plus Fairest Of Them All , a short animation film about. the backstage bitchiness of drag _ erfonners . ' Fairest Of Them All dir. Jason Stalman 1995 Great Britain l6mm 5 mins Heaven's A Drag dir. eter acke zie , " 994 itten Great Britain 35mm :.t.02 [ ins

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Canadian Consulate " terminally ill man bids the world an elaborate Itfarewell in this entralling adaptation of Hillar Liijota's play, originally presented on stage by Toronto's DNA Theatre. Chris (Ken McDougall), a dancer, �hares a final night of food, wine , and


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The Top Pig dir. Angela Holdschmidt 1995 Germany 6mins 35mm

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Gracious Rab, Gracious Bone dir. Evie Leder 1993 USA 14mins

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Sat J u n e 10 9 : 1 5 pm CAS $ 7 610E West Coast Premiere

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passing out flyers in Times Square and inhabits a . tiny apartment. On an utter whim, he decides to escape to fabulous boy filled Provincetown where he begins searching for the ideal houseboy gig, the only kind of job that seems to be available in this gay summer paradise. During his frustrating job

lire you afraid - of Bears? From the absence of on­

people are This program will look at big and/or hairy "'creen images of hairy or large men it seems many .

men who are funny, insightful, sexy and in front of the cameras [on-screen] in a range of work that

includes comedy, music video and documentary. .

animal who doesn't let the small things-jobs,

Chubs & Bears is a work-in-progress screening of the

friendships, his conscience get in the way of a good time. He also becomes sexually involved

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hunt, he meets Guy (Bash Halow), a tireless party

bumming everything from cheeseburgers to ciga­ rettes. Emotionally unfulfilled but sexually grati­ fied, Tommie can't seem to get away. Meanwhile, _

able hunk-o-rama Ben (Darren Dryden), whom he dismisses as just another mindless stuck-up pretty boy... until they finally connect on the bike trail. An outrageous comedy about the foibles of twen­ ty-something gay boys, Lie Down With Dogs fea­ tures the high energy sounds of one of the music










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hire . Love Is... a King Missile music video with a

hairy alternative to your usual on screen kiss. From the Gay Men's Erotic Safe Sex Video Awards comes

into bearotica. The homo-positive Kids In The Hall

attempt to give advice on what you should do if you

encounter a bear in Bears In The Hall. There will also be a look at a Bear beauty pageant and more.

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Bears In The Hall d i r. Chuck Spero 1994 Canada 5 mins Chubs & Bears (work-in-progress) d i r. John Outcalt USA 18 mins Etienne Esplnet dir. Robert Le Maire 1994 Canada 4 mins Total runn ing time: 69:40 mins

Film Festival

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Love And Human Remains

Love In The Time Of AIDS: New Short Films

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"I'he combination of film director Denys Arcand I and volatile gay playwright Brad Fraser may

"I'his program of new short films offer up visions I of a world where love and memory are intennin­

Remains is. equal parts comedy, thriller, and

Change is an award winning film from Ireland in

human drama.

which a man lovingly remembers his lover who

seem a bit odd, but Arcand's Love And Human

gled with grief and loss. Ger Philpotfs lyrical

nAp '*

accolades and has played to packed houses both in .

P R O .. E C T

the States and in Canada. Unlike other stage

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Fraser's award winning play received critical

adaptations, Love and Human Remains, which

died of AIDS. At the same time, he attempts to come to terms with reli­ gious and familial oppressions.


sometimes erotic, sometimes sad

love story, this unusual film builds a moving por­

was written for the screen by Fraser himself, is

trait of strength and tenderness. Brian Skeet's

adamantly cinematic. Strangely poignant and ·

oddly poetic The Boy Who Fell In Love is a tale

viciously funny, Arcand's vision of Fraser's con­ troversial work studies the co-dependent relation­ ships between a gay man and his friends.

. of an HIV positive young man, his lover who died from AIDS and axolotls-the larval stage of a

species of salamander which give birth and die while still physical immature. In Glen Cairns'

IIlntelligent, Sexually A ware and Beautiful to Watch . . . II

beautifully crafted Sparky's Shoes, Buddy is faced

"Tales Of The City"), as a twenty-something wait­

with a crisis of identity when his lover, Sparky, is

er/actor who was once a child TV star, Love And

hospitalized with AIDS. Through love and eroti­

Human Remains intermingles the friends in his

cism, he is able to alleviate, if only temporarily,

life; his straight best friend, a dead-on, look-a-like

Sparky's pain and suffering. Carter Martin's

for Rob Lowe; his roomate who is juggling two

Preservation Of The Song presents us with a dra­

affairs, one with a beautiful, but perky girl and a married man; and a prostitute

matic story about two gay activists in an interra­



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cial relationship. The film introduces us to the conflicts arising from cultural differences, varying activism styles, and the emotional scars suffered by AIDS caregivers .

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Darkly romantic and comic, Arcand's first foray into the English language is fiercely un-American in its depiction of mature relationships between various genders and sexual identities, while still examining the undercurrents of a damaged genera­ tion. - Marcus Hu

Love And Human Remains d i r. Denys Arcand 1993 Canad a 99 m i n s 35mm

Change d i r. Ger Phil pott 1995 I reland . 12:30 mins 16mm The Boy Who Fell In Love d i r. Brian Skeet 1994 U K 25 m i n utes 16mm Sparky's Shoes d i r. Glen Cairns 1994 Canada 16 minutes 16mm Preservation Of The Song dir. Carter Martin 1995 USA 32 m i n utes 16mm total r u n n i ng time: 86 m i n s


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orced by economic hardship to leave his studies, Sonny returns home to find his two older broth­

ers both working as "macho dancers" in a Manila gay bar. The film follows the three br�theli as they embark on various relationships and

knit community of sexual radicals.

(mis)adventures .

Special attention is paid to Amsterdam based

The oldest has a wife and child but is also

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"Tom of Hamburg ," a former "International


Leather" title holder, S&M porn star and porn producer. His current battie with AIDS is poignantly


addressed by the filmmaker. The

startling physical transformation we see in Tom is jolting. Yet one is inspired by the openness and courage of this important member of the leather community. We are also treated to several enter­ taining and informative interviews with San Fran­ cisco's own

Mr. Marcus.

Hick's camera also follows the many men who cruise these events looking for sexual and play partners. They speak with a frankness and humor about their obsessions with boot licking, domina­ tion and submission. We are made privy to the rit­ uals of encounter and seduction in the halls and elevators of the hotels where the men stay for the duration of these leather events. Menmaniacs not only brings us backstage but shows us the erotical­ ly charged contests with plenty of fantasy, flesh

involved with an older rich man. He has been ply­ ing the trade for ye� and, at twenty three, he is already fast becoming a has been. The second brother, Dennis, lives a life on the streets and on the edge in which everything is a hustle, from

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joins his brothers in the sex trade. Faced with the harsh reality of poverty, she can do nothing but accept their efforts to support the family. While working at the bar Sonny becomes romantically involved with a transvestite. Their relationship


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in the pits of the Manila sex industry. Meanwhile, Dennis's exploits are beginning to bring danger to himself and his family. Currently banned in the Filipines, Mel Chionglo's powerfully erotic film is a searing indictment of the abhorrent conditions of crime and poverty against which these three young men and their close knit family must battle for survival.

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Muru (Shirley Eaton) is globally known as the most diabolical, bizarre and sadistic woman who ever lived. Her all-female, man-hating amazon cult kidnaps a CIA agent (Frankie Avalon) as part of their plot for the destruction of all mankind. Klaus Kinski steps in with possibly the strangest role of his career, as the creepy homosexual Presi­ dent of Sinonesia who gets turned to stone. It's a little bit James Bond (lots of buxom blondes and typically stupid dialogue), a little bit Black Lizard

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iXing Brasil is a progra.��f 10 videos screened

at the Festival of the Expression of Sexualites, the

frrst openly queer cultural event in South America and curated by Andre Fischer and Suzy Capo,

founders of the Festival.

'''The videos differ radically from North American '

gay all!! lesbian productions. They articulate the cur­

rent redefinition of queer identity within Brazilian

culture. Works like Normal Life and Em Cena high­ light the presence of gays & lesbians within Brazil­ ian society from very different perspectives. Caldas da Rainha is a documentary on a dominatrix based in Belo Horizonte including a hilarious demonstration

on a mannequin. Conceicao features a TV Globo

star cast in a story of two drag queens adopting a cat in Rio de Janeiro. Serial Clubber Killer, the most

popular film in the 1 994 festival, brings to the big �------, screen an expose of Sao Paulo's gay

club scene. Clue expresses the deep UNITED sense of loss caused by AIDS. AIRUNES P.A.R.A.N.o.R.M.A.L. is an in-your­ face personal account of a lesbi� paraplegic. - Andre Fischer and Suzy Capo

The Million Eyes of Su-Muru dir. Lindsay Shonteff 1967 Great Britain 85mins 16mm

Ern Cana dir. Zeid�, Garcey, Santos, Launes & Lemos 1994 Brazil 4 mins video

Uly And Lulu Go To The March dir. Luciano Mar­

nell 1994 USA 10 mins video

Concelcao dir. Rober to Jabour 1993 Brazil 10 mins video

Normal Ufe dir. The Normals 1993 Brazil 6 mins video

Toys: Basic Technologies Of Devotion dir.

Hilton Seawright 1994 Brazil 1:00 min video

P.A.R.A.N.O.R.M.A.L. dir. Leda Pereira & Ruth Slinger 1994 Brazil 5 mins video Clue dir. Gisela Mathias 1994 Brazil 2 mins video

Serial Clubber Killer dir. Duda Leite & Gisela Mathias 1994 Brazil 10 mins video

A Esplada dir. Marcela Raballa 1994 Brazil :35 mins video


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I:'rom boys in their teens to naked men in blue maga­ rzines, this program delves into why looking at naked

men in repose is often times more, erotic than touching, Michael Wallin's voyeuristic Black Sheep Boy

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ex, Sex, Sex, Sex, Sex, Sex and more Sex.

Need I say more. Our naughtiest collection yet

of erotic lesbian videos.

inherent in looking at and eroticizing boys barely on

Arlene Sandler comes at us with two over the top

cool way they undress before his self-conscious cam­

The Mulberry Bush starring Viva Kneival "the

boyish smile: these images expose a lingering purity, a

in one big Jill-Off. Followed by From Beijing to

as Wallin's poetic narration reveals, such unspoiled

nice Be Good against a harem of proud sex workers

the edge of being legal. Their tough street .clothes, the


their cocky attitudes broken only by an occasional

freshness untainted' by the burdens of adulthood. But

virtue is a fantasy that cannot long be sustained, and a

raunchy and hilarious sex positive videos, first off is female Jeff Stryker" and a host of Fisher Price toys

Brooklyn which pits militant anti-porn feminist Ber­


�hO battle it out with their

pair of clean white Jockies becomes a poignant

,-""'-'-''-=-'''-'-"'-=-=�, pussy-powered kung-fu. We

erotic encounters, when all that's left is the space'

Film and Museo Contempo's daddylboy devotion

reminder of that which is lost in the aftermath of these

between boy and man.

also have Kadet's filmy and fetishistic video Fuck

ritual, Sonny. In Loving Memory takes on the taboo

subjects of fetishism and sado-masochism and

Moving from boys in underwear to men in paintings,

Excess Is What I Carne For is a beat-driven, flesh­

Scene II, a beautifully shot reinterpretation of the eroti­

Toronto's Boom Boom Room. An adventurous

we present Ken Anderlini's Tangled Garden, Act II,

cism found in western art's classic male nude.

In Jose Torrealba's Limites, Peruvian photographer

Carlos Quiroz unveils the artistic process behind cap­

turing the male nude. Inundated with doe-eyed and

hung French-Canadian models, Lirnites visits Quiroz's private photo sessions, allowing you witness to the inti-

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mate relationship establi hed � between camera and subject Lounging naked arourid the

studio, even the models themselves-some of whom

could very well be straight-offer swprisingly intelli­ gent insights into how and why they do what they do.

-Jay Ruben Dayrit

filled document of the nocturnal paradise that was

group of stewardesses discover the joys of group sex in the bathroom while in-between flights in Ger­

many's first ever lesbian sex film, Airport. In Carla

Wolf's Dangerous Bliss, the pleasurable edges of

butch and femme intertwine in a spiral of velvet and Levis. We also have the trailer for the newest film

from the director of Flaming Ears - - Dandy Dust, a

sensuous cyborg fantasy.

Airport d i r. Silke Dunkhorst & Manuela Kay 1994 Germany 33mins

Dandy Dust (a t,aller) dir. Angela Hans Scheirl 1995 Great Britain 8mins

Dangerous Bliss dir. Carla Wolf 1994 Canada 7mins

Black Sheep Boy dir. Michael Wallin 1995 USA 35 mins 16mm

Tangled Garden , Act II, Scene II d i r. Ken Anderlini Canada 13 mins 1992 16mm Llmltes d i r. Jose Torrealba Canada 47 min� 1994 Video Total running time: 95 mins

Excess Is What I Came For d i r. Paula Gignac & Kathleen P. Adams 1994 Canada 7:30mins From Bejlng to Brooklyn dir. Arlene Sandler & Anie Stanley1994 USA 17mins Fuck FUm d i r. Kadet 1995 USA 7mins In Loving Memory d i r. Leone Knight 1992 Australia 5mins

The Mulberry Bush dir. Arlene Sandler 1994 USA 5mins

Sonny dir. Museo Contempo 1994 USA 2mins . All works in video. Total running time: 83mins

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San Francisco "Th e only reason I don't kill myself is, in fact,

I because I am unique." (Nico)

She was Andy Warhols' moon goddess; her

drawled vocals characterized the sound of the

band Velvet Underground. Her beauty and reti­

cence has fascinated Lou Reed, Jackson Browne,

Jim Morrison, Iggy Pop and many others. The name which appears on her birth certificate is

Christa Paffgen; Christa the girl became the




gamine model, the cover-girl

with a fringe who appe�red on me ---1, the pages of the magazme ,L_ _ _ _ "Twen" and, briefly, in Fellini's LA DOLCE

VITA . Her career moved from New York's under­ ground to Philippe Garrel's subculture. Like


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Klein) and Kevin (Smith Forte) still carry a torch for him and are disconsolate with grief. The

solace they find in each other eventually leads to ,

more than either can handle. Then there's Andy

(Robert Pecora) who seems to have nothing better

to do than to walk around in his skimpy under­

with Ben (Mark S. Larson) the seemingly harm­

snooping expeditions through the house and per­

When she died on Ibiza in 1988, the cause of

games come back to haunt them, everyone does

death was a'bicycle accident; her body, which had stood up to so much, could not cope with the with­

his motives come to light and Tom's twisted mind

battle for a cut of the stakes in this sexy stylish

film riddled with blink-and-you ' ll-miss-them plot

drawal symptoms.

twists and turns. B ut you ' l l no doubt be distracted

This film follows the various stages in her restless

Kuoch) who has a crush on his hunky cholo

by the dilemma of 1 8-year-old Vince (Koing

life 'from Lilbbenau to Berlin, Paris, New York and


neighbor (Tymme Reitz).

No Ordinary Love marks an astounding debut for

dir. Susanne Ofteringer 1995 Ger­ many 70m in 35mm in German and English with English subtitles


Despite the emotional and sexual abuse they suf­

fered at the hands of Tom, both Wendy (Ericka

forms inexplicable chores in the basement. When


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manipulative leader.

of gloom and the death wish.

- Susanne Ofteringer

rlo e

Tom (Dan Frank) , their darkly charismatic and

less new housemate. Meanwhile Ben goes on

collage of encounters, film excerpts and music.


and loves of six not entirely likable L A . friends

who are left to pick up the pieces after the death

many years to become a contemporary icon of

An attempt to capture a cult figure on film via a

st .

Love is a comedy drama about the tangled lives

wear all day. For reasons unknown, he is unhappy

another kind: her fans saw her as the embodiment

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many of her generation, she believed in the drug

heroin and survived the consumption of same for


Sponsored by Michael White, D.D.S.

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� at's it like to have a lesbian mom? What's it

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" like to be a lesbian with a lesbian mom? And how does a girl these days become a lesbian

Three daughters reflect back on their lives since

their mother came out to them eleven years ago in

Juliette Olavarria's video "Our Mom's A Dyke."

They very touchingly share with us the love they have for their mother while

honestly telling us about the

Lesbian Human Rights Commission


arbara Hammer was invited to have a retrospec­

tive of her films and videos at South - Africa's first ever lesbian & gay film festival and lucky for

us she took her camcorder with her. You' l l want to

join her as she takes us on a never before seen tour of South Africa's gay life post apartheid. Barbara

made it an integral part of her trip to go into the

����=� difficulties they have had with

townships to teach a video class to some very

their mother's sexuality. In Tamsin Orion Seidler's

to their respective communities. There are many

others and with themselves in coming to accept film Shared Lives, three different lesbians who

have lesbian mothers discuss the emotional and psychological intricacies of their relationships.

Letter To My Grandma reflects on the 55 year his­ tory of the filmmaker's grandmother and her fem�e partner. In Dare To Be Butch, Tamela

Sloan explores the roots of gender identification

and reflects on her childhood and how being

raised by her lesbian mother and her partner has

influenced her. And lastly we have Lisa Udelson's

film The Party Favor, a hilarious comedy that

puts an unexpected twist on a typical suburban bridal shower. When a lesbian couple show� up to

this traditional heterosexual ritual, they get a little more than they expected.

Dare To Be Butch

dir. Tamela Sloan 1994 USA 17m ins 16mm Letter To My Grandma dir. Alyssa Cymene Howe 1995 USA 5:30 mins video "Our Mom's A Dyke" dir. Juliette Olavarria 1995 USA 23mins video Shared Lives dir. Tamsin Orion Seidler 1994 USA 10mins video The Party Favor dir. Lisa Udelson 1995 USA 20:16mins 35mm Total running time : 78.46mins

Just For You

- Co-presented by International Gay and

mom? This collection of shorts will answer these

questions and more.


eager students who then took this knowledge back

compelling interviews and visits to the townships most especially to a "shebeen" (a gay bar that is

held in a home) that help to make this a powerful


Also playing is The Happy Gordon's an exciting

new documentary about Irish gays and lesbians both at home and abroad. There is dramatic


footage of the St. Patrick's Day protest in New

I �V


York at which 1 20 gays and

lesbians were arrested for

protestmg theIr exclusIon from

the parade. All the music is written and performed

by the lesbian pop duo ZRAZY.

Out In South Africa dir. Barbara Hammer 1994 USA 51mins video The Happy Gordon's dir. Paula Crickard 1994 I reland 27m ins video






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n a fantastic realm of his own invention, world

renowned artist Thomas shields himself from the

rest of society in order to create his art- a bizarre collection of living exhibits. Each live exhibit

desire and love. These exhibits are monitored by

cumstances of their introduction-- their lives

moment of either grief and loss or unfulfilled

rectional-falCility escapee. Despite the brutal cir­

Thomas's two servants. One of whom is Singapur

become irreversibly entangled when Seth hides

ronment is also a haven for others running away

from reality. Colonel Hardy (Udo Kier) comes to

from the inner city. He can lip-synch to rap without

aged Mark, the son of an American senator.

Thomas is instantly enamored with Mark and

cized notion of what it is to be young and black

missing a bc!at. He wears gangsta clothes and his

- hair in dreads, albeit blonde. Knowledge becomes more than an escape as they both tentatively discov­

er a far deeper commonality pulling them closer

obsessively views him through his extensive array

together. When a sudden accident drives them fur­

insane jealousy and pushes him to a desperate act

journey in Slearch of freedom.

ery of Thomas's shameful secret, Singapur's

Strung taut with dramatic and sexual tension, Paral­

of video cameras. This drives Singapur into

of sabatoge. Along with Colonel Hardy's discov­

betrayel causes Thomas's carefully constructed

reality to unravel, leaving him with no choice but to face the ghosts of his past. Part of a film triptych on AIDS supported by the Red Hot Organization in London, this

haunting film symbolically explores the pain of

.16 d •• .. n ••e

loss and the search for

community. With lush and

STAFFING SERVICES startling imagery, director

Paul Ruven takes us on a vision quest for liberation

ther away from the law, they embark on a desperate

lel Sons proves first time feature director Young G. Young a skilled master of cinematic storytelling.

Speaking to anyone who has longed to escape from where they came but fears where they might go, Parallel Sons is more about kindness, compassion and the need to be loved than it is about the differ­

ences that make one man white and the other black.

With the halmtingly beautiful and melancholy Alka­ li, Iowa, a nlew work by Mark Christopher (The

from the daily prison wrought by our emotional

Dead Boys' Club). Set on an expansive bean farm on the Fourth of July, all-American Jack Gudman­

With Barry JC Purves's Achilles, an animated

disappeared. Skillfully crafted, this film is one of� the most beuutiful in this year's Festival, both cine­

shot Alpsee, Matthias Muller's fantastic tale in

matically and emotionally.

and psychic repressions.

retelling of the Greek tragedy and

son discoveJrs the reason his father has long since

the exquisitely

- Jay Ruben Dayrit

which the daily aspects of life take on grand significance for a young boy.

dir. Barry JC Purves 1995 Great Britain 11 mins 35mm Alpsee dir. Matthias M u l ler 1994 Germany 15 mins 16mm Paradise Framed dir. Paul Ruven 1994 Netherlands 58 mins 35mm Achilles

Edward Berger Anthony Bregman Jean Castel li Ted Hope


Kelly Miller Libby Richman James Schamus Mary Jane Skalski

kindness goes beyond compassion,

while spying around hoping to discover Thomas's

secret past. Into this already smoldering atmos­

ne e d you


Knowledge in the woods, safe from

the racist sheriff, and nurses him back to health. But Seth's act of

for Seth's pc�rsonal world is fueled by the romanti­

phere comes the handsome, but psychically dam­

want you we


Thomas to commission a work of art, but has hid­ den motives. He taunts and seduces Singapur

you we

Mick), an aspiring young white artist, and Knowl­

edge (LaWTI�mce Mason), an African American cor­

in love with his cruel master. This surreal envi­

l ove

Sons follows the chance meeting of Seth (Gabriel

moves, speaks and sings, telling of a painful

(Alexis Arquette), a lovely young man hopelessly


�t in a sleepy upstate New York town, where cross � urning is a mundane weekend past time, Parallel

dir. Mark Christopher 16mm 1995 USA 17 mins 16mm Parallel SOlns dir. John G. Young 1995 USA 93 mins 35mrn

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tine Giannaris (Caught Looking, North of Vortex). Ilias (Stavros Zalmas), a bored and blase 35-year­ old Athenian, falls in love with Panagiotis (Pana­ giotis Tsetsos), a muscular, 1 8-year-old economic refugee from Albania. These two have nothing in common, sexually or otherwise, but that doesn't stop them from embarking on a emotionally lop­ sided, ill-fated relationship. Giannaris ' s Genet-tinged narrative, related as much through carefully wrought imagery as dia­ logue, is heavy on atmosphere and the palpable sensation of desire. Taken literally, A Place in the Sun's scenario is a queer activist's horror - the beautiful Panagiotis isn't above bilking and bash­ ing gays, and Ilias willingly becomes an accessory after the fact to a capital crime - though any one who's ever ----' been caught up in passion's wild '--throes is likely to empathize with Ilias's romantic and moral dilemmas.

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With John Miller-Monzon's Some Of These Days in which Hal sings "Is you is, oh, is you ain't my baby?" Geoff packs his bags and leaves. Julian moves in and seduces Hal's broken heart with his Calvin Klein good looks and Grandma's chicken soup, while stealing money and turning tricks in Hal's big beautiful Victorian bed. In this artfully shot short film full of shady comebacks and dra­ matic profiles, everyone looks good in their under­ wear and thinks everyone else is a whore. Amus­ ingly melancholy, Some Of These Days is what we all imagine our break-ups and make-ups would be if thrown up on the big screen.














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n Playing the Part, Mitch McCabe gives us an angst-ridden yet humorous look at the conflicts that arise when she attempts to tell her parents that she is a lesbian. Her openly gay college life in Boston is at great odds with that of her well to do . paren.. in Grosse Pointe, Michigan. We watch as she attends society balls, puts up with her nagging moth. . er and visits with her father's plastic DENElNE surgery patients trying to spill the beans about her sexuality the whole time.

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Pratibha Parmar's first narrative film is the story of Shanti, a streetwise East End girl, who is regu­ larly harassed by local National Front boys until one evening when the mysterious "Memsahib Rita" appears. Memsahib Rita, is an elusive mother figure who brings together the best aspects of an Asian movie star and a Hollywood femme fatale. She comes to Shanti's defense on the anniversary her mother's death. These Shoes Weren't Made For Walking is a beautiful new documentary from Paul Lee. Here he pays tribute to four generations of women in his family. He explores their lives, the changing roles of women in Chinese society (including one cross-dressing butch dyke aunt), and their chang­ ing shoes.

dir. Mitch McCabe 1994 USA 38mins 16mm Memsahlb Rita dir. Prati bha Parmar 1994 Great Britain 20m ins 16mm These Shoes Weren't Made For Walking dir. Paul Lee 1995 USA 27mins 16mm Total running time: 85mins Playing The Part

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Julie X Black is back with another c;aptivating film this time two women experience Lost Sleep in a soft, soft bed. Pandora's Box is a visual tour de force that turns an ordinary travel case into Cocteau's wardrobe. From Canada we have Paula Fairfield's Screamers, a mysterious tale of frus­ trated screamers set against a backdrop of knifethrowing and inflatable breasts. Fin Amour is a medieval love story of two women, Maria is a mystic seeking spiritual love and Beatritz is a female troUlbadour who plays the game of courtly love. Inevitably there is conflict.

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submissive, while Pacific Islanders are only interest­

of AIDS: Roy Cohn. the closeted, high-rolling

free from disease and unaffected by illY. Some por­

ing the Communist witch hunts, and Jack Smith,

viewed through external stereotypes that Asians are

every different white gay men, both of whom died

ed in fun. We fight internal perceptions that we are

lawyer who rallied to Joseph McCarthy's side dur­

tions of our community support dating outside our

the erstwhile filmmaker (Flaming Creatures) and

or responses, some simply raising the question. Terry Chiu's Bottom is a dramatic, suggestive, glimpse at expected roles and sexual stereotyping of the gay Asian male.Tran T. Kim-Trang's aletheia explores blindness and sight. Kim-Trang's kore

matic story about two gay activists in an interracial

relationship. In Nguyen Tan Hoang's 7 Steps To

Vawter, who starred in several stage productions and films-most recently as a homophobic attor­

ticking parts. For the Roy Cohn role. Gary Indi­ ana reimagines the text of a speech that Cohn gave to the American Society for the Protection of the Family; it's a masterful evocation of the man who

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Twin Cheeks, a sexually explicit gay version of Twin Peeks; Joe Kelly's ESP: Vision, about the murders of- superrnodels as witness through the eyes of the killer, a la The Eyes of Laura Mars; Joe Kelly's Shit Fit, a degenerate drag queen humiliation trip to hell (not for the queasy); Rick Castro's Three Faces Of Women, featuring Bruce

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for several decades and is an adaptation of New

In response to an ad she has placed in a tattoo

York playwright Wendy Kesselman's highly suc-

magazine, she receives an enticing letter from the

ister My Sister marks the feature film directing


debut of American Nancy Meckler who has

been one of the leading stage directors in England


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young transgendered Chris. The letter describes

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being tattooed; this intrigues Alex and she hires Chris as a production assistant, but inore impor­

The Maids were inspired by the sen� sational case in which two French

sisters working as maids murder their mistress and her daughter. Raised in a convent and separated at an early age,

warnings of her neglected girlfriend, Montana.

sisters Christine (Joely Richardson) and Lea

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(Jodhi May) are reunited in the house of the tyran­

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communication are misinterpreted by Alex who sees

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Alex's attentions.

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tantly as a potential research source for her film. Instantly enamored with Alex, Chris misinterprets all the attention and falls desperately in love. Alex enjoys this new infatuation and dismisses the

watchful eye of the Madame, they become reac­

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the jealousy of Christine as well as reviving past

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fears of abandonment. Tensions build within the

Deep, attempts to break down preconceived

household as Madame becomes suspicious of the

notions of sexuality and gender.

true nature of her maids' love for each other. Unable to glean and control the full extent of the

"Equating transgender body alteration with tattoo­

sisters passion, Madame resorts to greater cruel­

ing within the story of a filmmaker consumed by

ties, driving Chrisitine and Lea to a shocking but

her project on the pleasure-pain principle, Skin

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drama that looks at the queerness in opera and the

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skater all set to skate in the Gay Games when her sexual and skating partner skips out on her. This ruins her and journalist pal Greg's plans to break into the mainstream press by writing a cover story on lesbians and love on the ice at the Gay Games in New York. Under pressure from their editor, Steffi begins to search for a possible replace­ ment. One day on the ice she eyes the naively "hetero" Natalie who is taking lessons from the muscled lesbian Cosima, a fonner figure skating champion from Russia. Living a sheltered existence in the oppressive home of her older sister and her lecher­


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o Ogawa (Hiromoto Ida) is a Tokyo burger flip­ per who dreams of going West and becoming a

cowboy. When he loses his job at the burger joint, he decides to take a chance and heads for the wilds of Canada to look up his childhood penpal. Instead of finding the cowgirl of his dreams, No is greeted by Kate's meddling mother who sees him as a prospective husband for her closeted daughter. Kate, on the other hand, wants nothing to do with her red-neck roots. She has returned to her small


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becomes frustrated with Kate and begins to spend more time with No teaching him about the cultural quirks of the Canadian frontier. Meanwhile No . falls for Shelly and casts her as a bar maid in dis­ tress in his fantasy Western in which he is her res­ cuing cowboy hero. Eventually No discovers the true nature of Shelly and Kate's relationship, but Kate's mother convinces him that it is only a phase.

In a final attempt to win Shelly'S affectio,!s, he dons

a special costume for the upcoming Halloween party.

Who will get the girl in the rousing gender­

bending fmale in which the lines between No's Western fantasy and his Western reality become blurred. Lisa Udelson's short film The Party Favor is a hilarious send-up of that most dreaded


sexual tradition - the suburban bridal shower. Susie reluctantly accompanies her lover, Debbie, to a bridal shower for her sister-in-law. Just when they think they can't endure another round of gos­ sip and games, they are given a very special party favor.

dir. Lisa Udelson 1995 USA 20:16mins 35mm Tokyo Cowboy dir. Kathy Garneau 1994 Cana­ da 94min 35mm The Party Favor

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water when a girl falls for her wheelchair bound roommate. Pizza and passion mix in That's Amore, and a les­ bian vampire reeks havoc in Chickula: Teenage Vampire. Shani Mootoo combines elegant poetry with stunning imagery in her video Her Sweetness Lingers and we get a glimpse at the beginnings of a romantic affair set to the tune of Me

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1994 Canada 12m ins I Became A Lesbian and So Can You dir. Elis­ abeth Donahue 1994 USA 11:25mins Lesbian Bed Death dir. Stacey Foiles 1995 USA 11mins Lily & Lulu Go To The March dir. Lily Marnell & Luciana Moreira 1994 USA 11mins Me & Mrs. Jones dir. Claudia Zoller 1994 Ger­ many 15:12 mins Mermaids, Fish & Other Non-Bipeds dir. Gin­ ger Rin kenberger 1995 USA 15m ins The Search dir. Benjamin Jeremiah Morgan 1993 USA 3mins That's Amore dir. C.J . Russo 1995 USA 8:30mins All works in video. Total running time: 91mins

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