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On behalf of the people of the City and County of San Francisco, I am pleased to extend our warmest greeting and sincere congratulations to the Lesbian and Gay Community on the occasion of the 5th Annual San Francisco International Gay Film Festival, which will be held in our City June 22-27, 1981, The people of San Francisco appreciate the Lesbian and Gay Artist's many significant contriubtions to our economic, cultural and social quality of life. The International Gay Film Festival has become one of the most important cultural events during the Annual Lesbian/Gay Freedom Week. Films shown in past years have covered a wide spectrum of gay filmmaking, and range from personal portraits to documentary, comedy, drama and animation by local, national and international arti�ts. As Mayor of San Francisco, I am honored to extend our City's deep appreciation for the efforts of all those involved with the 5th Annual International Gay Film Festival and to wish its participants every success with this important event.

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7:30 pm $15. Champagne Reception and preferred seating for film.

8:30 pm

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9:00 pm

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Tuesday, June 23

6:30 pm

Castro

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MAEDCHEN IN UNIFORM •

Wednesday, June 24

12:15-8:00 pm

THE CELLULOID CLOSET

Castro

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10:00 pm

DOCUMENTARIES •

Thursday, June 25

7:00 pm

Castro

$3'. West Coast Premiere

10:00 pm

WE WERE ONE MAN •

$3

$3. West Coast Premiere

DEAR BOYS

Friday & Saturday, June 26 & 27

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INDEPENDENT FILMS

The Festival continues at the Roxie Cinema with the presentation of new and historic short gay films, including the best of , the IndE�'pendent films sub�itted for the festival. Always exciting, these programs offer the chance to see the work of many . talente � lesbians and gay filmmakers working around the world today . More schedule details will be announced as screening of the submitted films is completed.


Monday, June 22 Castro Th.eater

7:30PM

Opening Night Reception . 8:30PM

World Premiere

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Greetings From Washington D. C. is

Most of the·funding for Greetings

a 30-minute color documentary film

From Washington O. C. was raised

about The National March on

from small individual donations and

Washington for Lesbian and

grassroots fundraisers within the

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gay and lesbian community.

Rights.

Contributons ranged from $1 to

On October 14, 1979 approximately 125,000 lesbians and gay men from

$2000, with the total budget of the

across America marched on the

film set at $30,000. Many people

national capital. Frances Reid,

donated their time, labor, and

Robert Epstein, Lucy Winer, and

services to help complete the

Greta Schiller, four independent

project.

ALTERED HABITS by Marjorie Newman Presented as a special opening night preview of the independent films

by lesbians and gay men from around the world which the festival will screen Friday and Saturday nights at the Roxie Cinema. For more information. on these exciting Roxie programs, see page 13.

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9:00PM

A WOMAN LIKE EVE Director

The Netherlands 1979 N O UC H KA VAN B RA KE L

documentation of the day. After deciding to pool resources and equipment, the filr:nmakers set out to record this historic event, with the help of a $2000 donation

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and the c�ntribution of their own time and labor. Working with an all­ volunteer crew of twenty-five I�sbians and gay men, most of whom were professional filmmakers, they divided into four q:>ving camera crews. Each crew interviewed a wide variety of people 'at the' gathering site in the morning, along the march route, and finally at the rally in front of the Washington Monument. Throughout the day they continued to document the overall event, as well as shooting "Movie Snapshots" . These snapshots were set up with stationary cameras in "postcard" settings. With backgrounds that clearly establish them in Washington D.C., lesbians and gay men came before the cameras to make their statements to the world, to their parents, to their friends at home. Everyone and anyone was invited in front of the camera to deliver any message they wished. It is t�ese statements, some funny, some poignant, some profound, that open and close the film. They, . more than anything else, capture the humor, the struggles, the depth, the strength and the diversity of gay people in this country.

-Made with � largely female crew, A

drudge and decides to leve her

Woman Like Eve tells the story of a

husband and two children to share

Dutch housewife (Monique van de

her life with a young French woman

Ven) who becomes thoroughly dis­

(Maria Schneider). Truiy touching,

gusted with her existence as a

the film is definitely a discussion piece for viewers of both sexes.


Tuesday, 23 Castro Theater

6:30PM

MAEDCHEN IN UNIFORM Director

Germany

1931

LEONTINE SAGAN

"The first lesson of Maedchen in Uni­

Maedchen in Uniform, directed·by

form is that lesbianism has a much

larger and finer history than we often suspect, that the film indicates as much,

Tribune, echoing the prevalent priti­

immediate critical and popular suc­

cal assumption at the time, summed up the film's theme as: "the drama

cess. In Germany it was generally

and that we need to do ever more work

considered the best film of the year,

on reconstructing the image of lesbian

while in New York, the World

culture that has been so painfully

Telegram called it "the year's ten

erased. "

best programs rolled into one." The

B. Ruby Rich/Jump Cut

reviewer for the New York Herald

Leontine Sagan in 1931, became an

of the neeq for tenderness and sympathy as opposed to the harsh­ ness of a tyrannical system of ' boarding school domination." While educational tyranny i� certainly in the foreground of Maedchen in Uniform's narrative structure, film historians, until recent years, have been unable or unwilling to see beyond the film as an anti-fascist, specifically anti-Nazi, metaphor. What today seems so clearly a literal story of lesbian love has for years been shrouded with safe, suspiciously guarded interpreta­ tions. The struggle against sexual repression-a struggle that per­ meates the entire film-has, in the years since 1931, been overlooked and even trivialized by critics who refuse to acknowledge Maedchen in Uniform's primary concern; love

between women .•

LOT IN SODOM

U.S.A.

1933

Melville Webber & J.S. Watson Jr

Directors

Inspired by German expressionism, Lot in Sodom is an early and important film in the history of American avant garde cinema. The stqry of the Sodomites is told with pointed psychological confrontations, geometrical decors and multiple super-imposition of the same image echoing across the screen. The overlapping multiplies the sensual landscape of human flesh and gives a choreographic grace to the erotic movements of the Sodomites.

9:00PM

THE CELLULOID CLOSET The History of' Homosexuality in the Movies VITO RUSSO in person-

Vito Russo, in his remarka bly well­ researched, immensely entertaining

gayness. Even worse, Russo's . presentation also makes it clear ttlat

presentation, "The Celluloid Closet",

even today, little has been done in

presents his audience with a historical

Hollywood to alter that situation.

overview of the depiction of

During the 1970's an increasing gay

homosexualitY,and homosexuals in

presence in Hollywood asked

the movies. Through the examination

filmmakers to more realistically

and discussion of a number of film

portray gay characters. With films like

clips,' Mr. Russo shows how none of

A DIFF E R ENT S T O RY and C RUISI NG

the traditional sterotypical

as a result it's hard to argue with Vito

characterizations-"hard as nails"

Russo when he says; liTo �ask'

lesbian, "sissy" fag, etc.-reflect a true

Hollywood for anything is a waste of

or contemporary understanding of'

time and for any minority group; to

ask that a reflector of society show lesbians and gay men as being part of rather than being outside the social norm when they have not yet become a visible part of it is unreasonable, contradictory and destructive to gay life and liberation." It is ultimately as important to understand the attitudes of Hollywood toward gay men and lesbians as it is to understand the attitudes of society as a whole towards gays. T H E C E L LULOI D C L OS E T is a monumental leap toward that understanding.

After the program, join Mr. Russo in the upper lobby of the theatre where he will autograph copies of his new book from Harper & Row, The Celluloid Closet .•


Wednesday, June 24 Castro Theatre The Festival presents an extensive program of. films on lesbian and gay artists and personalities.

12:15 pm Christo p her Isherwood: Over There On a Visit; Dir. Alan Wallis (Great Britain,

1 :15 pm Sergei Eisenstein; Dir. V. Katanyan (USSR, 2: 15 pm Portrait of Jason; Dir. Shirley Clark (USA,

1976)

1958)

1967)

Interview with black, male prostitute, Jason Holliday.

4:00 pm A Woman's Plac'e Is In_ the House; Dir. Nancy Porter,. Mickey Lemle (USA,

1976)

Portrait of Massachusetts Iegislator Elaine Noble ,

4:30 pm World of Light: Portrait 'of May Sarton; Dir. Maria Simpson, Martha Wheelock 5:00 pm Gertrude S�ein: When This V.ou See, Remember Me; Dir. Perry Mille� Adato (USA,

1970)

7:00 pm Andy Warhol; Blackwood Productions (USA) , 8:00 pm A Bigger Splash; Dir. Jack Hazan (Great Britain, ,1973) Portrait of British artist David Hockney.

10:00pm

TWICE A WOMAN

Director:.

The Netherlands

1979

George Sluizer

One of only a handful of feature films about lesbians, this 1979 Dutch production has the tradi.­ tional, obligatory "tragic ending", however, it delights us with sensu­ ous photography, a well-drawn les­ bian character and a minimum of ridiculous lines . True, it is a story of white, upper-class art and theatre devotees who are enticed by the nether world of youth, seduction, fecundity, lesbianism, an9 the lower classes; it still manages to feed our hunger for sor:ne decent and posi­ tively portrayed lesbian sensuality and sexuality along the way. Bibi Andersson is marvellous as forty­ year-old Laura-a museum curator, divorced from Anthony Perkins. She purposefully and quite out of character (unless we consider the contradictions of our own lives) picks up young (we are never sure how young) Sylvia on the street in downtown Amsterdam. Sandra Dumas as Sylvia is a blaze of sexuality who dispenses with social

There are s ome tasty surprises of

occurs in the last ten minutes-so

niceties within her first three lines'

irony, but alas, it cannot last. Per­

relax, and enjoy till then.

by suggesting to Andersson that

kins enters with his villainous scowl

DireCtor Sluizer signals to the

they go to bed. Prepare to hold

ala Psycho and shoots pregnant

Hitchcock cultists in the audience

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your breath with anticipation in the

Sylvia with his big gun because he

with two stuffed bi rds on the mantle

ensuing scer;le which is cut too

obviously could not keep her with

in the final shot..

soon.

his little one. Fortunately, this


.Thursday, June 25 Castro Theatre 7:00PM

WE WERE ONE MAN

France 1979 PHILIPPE VALLOIS

Director We Were One Man, seen at the Cannes Film Festival and winner of the Silver Hugo Award at the 1980 Chicago Film Festival, is set in France during the autumn of 1943. Guy, a farmer, lives in isolation in the sparsely populated countryside. One day, in the forest, he discovers a wounded German soldier, Rolf; takes him home, nurses him and makes every effort to prevent his return to the army. Rolf, for his part,' is intrigued by Guy and also attracted to him. The affection, we soon find out, is mutual.

(6:30 pm, Reception for 'the director, Phillippe Vallois.)

10:00PM

LOADS

by Curt McDowell

DEAR BOYS.

The Netherlands 1980

Director

PAUL DE LUSSANET

'Dear Boys' is, quite simply, the most astute satire on gay life I've come across. Alexander Wilson/Body Politic

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I'm not sure what feelings de Laussanet wants us to have at the end of 'Dear Boys', but I'm sure indifference iSr:J't one of them. Thomas Waugh/Body Politic

Wolf, the central character of Paul de Lussanet's Dear Boys, is a well-off, 40-ish novelist. He is �Iso

a

connosieur of youth and beauty and a

consummate boy-lover, obsessively interested in erotic fantasy, S&M, and mental and physical seduction. Dear Boys, which explores Wolf's desperate attempts to keep two lovers, was filmed in Holland in 1980 and has been praised as a wild, satirical farce; a stunning mixture of fantasy and reality; and as an indictment of the use of sex as power.

Women Against Violence and Pornography in Media has requested that the Festival note that the film LOADS may be objectionable due to the use of heterosexual pornography in some scenes.


Satur'da y, June 27

Frida y, June 26 ---- ROXIE CINEMA

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F ifth Annual San Franc isco Internat ional Gay F ilm Fest ival presents independent f ilms by and about lesbians and gay men' The fesUval continues Friday and

which mixes images of eroticism and

Saturday nights at the Roxie Cinema

daily life. "Sweet Dreams", by Honey

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Documentaries in the program

include "Margaret and Adele", by

with two wide-ranging and

Lee Cottrell, is a frank film dealing

Daniel Gundlach, Jerry Freeman and

entertaining programs of 16mm and

Judith Freeman, a captivating film

Super-8 films by lesbian and gay film

with women and masturbation which ' was sponsored by the National Sex

which shows the relationship between

makers. These independently

Forum.

a very unique mother and daughter during the last days of the mother's

produced films from France, Great Britain, Australia and across the U.S.A. are as diverse in their style and content as they are in their origins.

T he problems faced

by hom�sexuals

in a "straight" society is the common theme in several of the other films . included in the Roxie program. In

The programs include films about sexuality, modern society, religion, , re,lationships, friends and more. These

"Public", by Arthur Dong, and

life. The moody still photography used in much of the film gives it a quiet, almost somber look, which contrasts eeriely with a soundtrack consisting largely of Adele's story-telling and

"Caesura", by Tracey Fitz, two very

Margaret's enthusiastic piano playing.

different methods are used to show

"John Lindquist: Photographer of

subjects are seen in documentaries,

family bonds, how they hold us, and

Dance", a beautiful Super-8 film,

dramatic shorts, a musical comedy,

how we break them. "American

incorporates interviews with Mr.

avant-garoe experiments, a sex­

Shooting Numbers 1, 2 and 3"; by

Lindquist and others with many of Mr.

education film and in a number of

George Robert Haas, presents three

Lindquist's photos. Included are rare ' pictures ot Ted Shawn, Ruth St. Denis,

innovative animated films. This diversity can be seen in three

frightening vignettes about violence and hatred in American society. In

Agnes De Mille, Martha Graham and

"Common Loss", filmmaker Doug

many more.

very different films dealing with the

Haynes uses his incredible cut-out

subject of sexuality. I n "After the

animation technique to create a

The films mentioned are merely a part of the many films to be included.

Game", director Donna Gray tells a

delightful, yet alarming picture of the

Scheduling arrangements will

touching story of two women

conditioning and repression faced by

continue up to the festival dates, so be

discovering their true feelings for each

individualists in a world of

sure to check for more complete

other. "Dura Mater", by LainardE.

conformists.

listings and for the exact schedule times.

Bush, is a silent experimental film A partial listing of entered films:

AFTER THE GAME by Donna Gray 16mm

19min.

New York

AMERICAN SHOOTING NOS. 1,2,3

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by Geoge Robert Haas 16mm

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MARGARET & ADELE

by Daniel Gundlach, Jerry Freeman

& Judith Freeman 16mm San Francisco

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DREAM WHEEL

by Marjorie Newman 16mm 2% min. San Francisco

by Barbara Jabailey 16mm 8min. New York

SPECIAL THANKS TO:

Patricia Peyton, San Francisco International Film Festival Iris Films Women Make Movies Multi Media Resources Center

PUBLIC

HERMES BIRD

by Arthur E. Dong Super- 8 4 min 45 sec San Francisco

by James Broughton 16mm 11 min U.S.A.

MILAN BLEU

AHH!

by Jean-Francois Garsi

by Peggy Collen 16mm 6 min. Los Ang.eles

Arthur Cantor, Inc.

COMMON LOSS

Manfred Salzgeber

by Dug Haynes 15· min. 16mm San Francisco

Jorge Dominquez

16mm 20 min 1979 - 1980

Capp Street Foundation Rink The Consulate General of The Netherlands The National Film School of Great Britian The British Film Institute The Australian Film Commission The French Film Office 'ollie's of Oakland Theatre Rhinoceros

JOHN LINDQUIST: PHOTOGR A PHER ' OF T H E DANCE by Bob Brodsky & Toni Treadway Super-8 28min. Somerville, Mass.

CAESURA by Tracy Fitz 16mm 9% min. Brooklyn

MA DONNA & CHILD by Terranc� Davies 16mm 30 min. Great Britain

LUNA TUNE by Carol Clement 16mm 22 min .

DURA MATER

DESIRE

by Lainard E. Bush 16mm 11 min. San Francisco

by Alan Ingram 16mm 30 min. Australia

PURPLE HEART

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by John Hall 16mm 12 min. Los Angeles

by Gary W. McQuay 16mm 3min. St. Paul

OUR TRIP by Bar bara Hammer 16mm 4min. Berkeley

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The festival presents a special program of French gay films (Without sU,btitles)

LE CHAM ' BRE BLANCHE by Jean Francois Garsi 16mm 20 min 1981

JOHAN by Phillippe Valois 16mm

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