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JUNE 20-26 1983 �

CASTRO THEATER ROXIE CINEMA

Sponsored by Frameline


MONDAY, JUNE 20 Castro Theatre

bourgeoisie and material affluence, and by parents who treat her with indifference, Valerie experiences a painful and lonely

Opening Night

childhood. T he film follows Valerie's struggle

6:30 PM Champagne Reception, honoring the filmmakers participating in this year's Festival.

to overcome her problems and achieve a love without fear. Producer: Katinka Farago Director: Tuija-Maija Niskanen

7:30 PM ANDERS ALS DIE ANDEREN (DIFFERENT

Writer: Eija-Elina BergholmNivica Bandler

Germany, 1919

Print courtesy of: Finnish Film

FROM THE OTHERS)

San Francisco Premiere To open the 1983 Festival, Frameline is proud to present the San Francisco premiere of ANDERS ALS DIE ANDEREN (DIFFERENT FROM THE OTHERS), the first film to openly

Camera: Esa Vuorinen/Lasse Karlsson Editor: Sylvia I ngemarsson Foundation/Scandinavia Today plus short-

THE LOVE THAT DARE NOT SPEAK ITS NAME

discuss homosexuality. Produced in 1919, this

Great Britain, 1982

German silent film is the story of Paul Korner,

Directed by Isabel Maxwell

27 min.

a famous violinist, who is blackmailed by Frantz Bollek, a young man he once took home from a party. Paul first tries hypnosis to cure his unfortunate tendencies, and when that has no effect, he consults a sexual specialist. Paul is informed that his desires are natural, just not the norm. Korner eventually stops the payments to Bollek, and the matter ends up before a tribunal which sends Bollek to prison for three months for his blackmailing scheme. Paul gets the same

TUESDAY, JUNE 21 Castro Theatre 7:00 PM TRIBUTE TO JAMES BROUGHTON THE PLEASURE GARDEN (1953) TESTAMENT (1974) TOGETHER (1976) DEVOTIONS (1983) World Premiere

sentence as the tribunal enforces the German statute which prohibits homosexual acts. The film concludes with a plea for an end to such tragedies and injustice. The film was produced at the time of the first gay liberation movement led by Doctor Magnus Hirschfeld in prewar Berlin. Hirschfeld's Institute for Sexual Science was at the center of the fight against Germany's anti-gay legislation, Paragraph 175, which banned homosexual acts between men. Director: Richard Oswald Camera: Max Fassbinder Cast: Conrad Veidt (THE CABINET OF OR. James Broughton

CAL/GARI, CASABLANCA), Fritz Schultz, Rheingold Schuntzel Print courtesy of: State Film Archive, East Germany

Summer Solstice, 1983 This evening the San Francisco International Lesbian and Gay Film Festival celebrates the work and the person of James Broughton. His is a unique and liberating vision of life and love revealed through his thirty-seven years of filmmaking and writing. We will see four of the twenty-two films he has made, and our evening's film journey will take us through THE PLEASURE GARDEN (1953) where we will celebrate the triumph of whimsical fun over the reign of inhibition. After the making of the film, there was a long pause. It had been a time for films with large casts, figurative characters, and romantic hero themes. We saw images which invoked the spirit of a boychild in search of fun. It is in T ESTAMENT (1974) that this boychild appears. Here, twenty-one years after THE PLEASURE GARDEN, James's films are navigating the realms of inner vision. Yet, unlike so many who work in this medium, James Broughton makes his vision

The Farewell

accessible. TESTAMENT takes us into his poetic and spiritual roots, and introduces us

9:30 PM

to his Angel (probably Hermes), who tells the

THE FAREWELL

boychild not to be afraid of being laughed at

Finland, 1980

or of being alone, for this is the lot of all true

THE FAREWELL takes place just before the outbreak of World War II, and describes oppression in a middle-class society, and the tension created by conflicting personalities in a family. It is also the story of a lesbian woman's struggle for independence. Flashbacks sketch the main character, Valerie, at different periods of her life. Brought up amidst the Finnish-Swedish

poets. The Angel is a messenger and Muse who inspires and prods, protects and graces James's quest for poetic life. To him, poetry is not the mere writing of words nor the recording of film images; it is a way of life in which ecstasy, imagination, loving community, and fun are made real. In 1976 James Broughton and Joel Singer began their loving collaboration with the film


TOGETHER. They celebrate the coming together of their selves and their love. This

Photography: Michael Teutsch Cast: Klaus Adler, Stuart Wolfe, Christa

relationship of love and work has created a

Maerker, Paul Lotter

body of film and poetry which has

Print courtesy of: The directors

commanded the attention of gay audiences.

Program co-s ponsored by the San Francisco

The combined elements of James's poetic

branch of the Goethe Institute

spirit journey and Joel's understanding of the camera as an instrument of expression are resulting in films which speak to the Community of Gay Men. In the recent work we hear of and see images of reconciliation

plus short-

WAITING 'ROUND W YNYARD Australia, 1982

13 min.

Directed by Franco Di Chiera

of the Body and Spirit, of the sacred and the profane, of the realms of Jesus and Pan.

WEDNESDAY, JUNE 22

Tonight, in the world premiere showing of

Castro Theatre

DEVOTIONS we celebrate the images of our community and our relationships, and we give praise and thanks to our poet, James Broughton.

Jerry Tartaglia

1:30 PM THIS SPECIAL FRIENDSHIP West Germany, 1982 Based on Roger Peyrefitte's Les Amities

-

Particulieres, THIS SPECIAL FRIENDSHIP is the story of homosexual love up against the authoritarianism of the Catholic Church. The innocent and affectionate love of two schoolboys, naturally and openly portrayed, contrasts with the repressed and guilt-ridden homosexuality of the school priests. After repeated attempts to stop the boys' encounters, a priest lies to the younger boy to get him to leave the school and end the forbidden relationship. Tragically, the boy commits suicide by jumping from a speeding Devotions

train. Despite the typical 1960's resolution of gay love in cinema, the homosexual love,

9:30 PM

though destroyed, is glorified, and the

A LOVE LIKE ANY OTHER West Germany, 1982

Church is challenged for its condemnation of

San Francisco Premiere A LOVE LIKE ANY OTHER, the first feature film by Frankfurt film critics, Hans Stempel and Martin Ripkens, is the story of a young gay couple in Berlin. Wieland, a teacher, and Wolf, a bookseller, live a quiet, amiable and affectionate life together, keenly aware of social responsibility and domestic decorum. The danger that emerges as a threat to their marriage is their need to conform to the norms of a middle-class, heterosexual lifestyle. Wolf's dream of opening an antiquarian bookstore is shattered by Wieland's refusal to give up the security of his civil service career. Wieland sympathizes with a group demanding "squatters' rights" but withdraws his support when reprimanded by the director of his school. The couple seem willing to compromise in every situation, including their love-relationship which is more conservative than either of them realize. While they do allow themselves sexual adventures with other men-and they speak proudly of their promiscuity-they are in no way prepared to involve themselves with other people. Their relationship with a young artist ends when he exposes their outwardly emancipated life together as being, ultimately, a mere variant of middle-class, possession足 related living. Directors: Hans Stempel and Martin Ripkens Screenp lay: Hans Stempel and Martin Ripkens

homosexuality. Director: Jean Delannoy Print courtesy of: Frameline Film Archive plus short-

STOPPING THROUGH U.S.A., 1982 35 min. Directed by Howard E. Grunwald

3:30 PM CLUB DES FEMMES (WOMEN 'S CLUB) France, 1936 CLUB DES FEMMES is a rarely seen French comedy with main characters that include an attractive lesbian, a young dancer with a healthy sex drive, a foreign student who becomes involved in a prostitution ring and a man whose masculinity isn't threatened by dressing in drag. The film is set in an all足 women's hotel in Paris, established to provide an environment for women to interact, support one another, and live their lives free from men. Of course it's only a matter of time until men-men as exploiters and manipulators of women-penetrate the experimental sanctuary. With traces of the classic American screwball comedy, the inevitable farce begins. What makes CLUB DES FEMMES interesting for contemporary gay and lesbian audiences is the variety of sexual attitudes expressed in the film, specifically through the character Alice. Here, in 1936, we find a principal character who is clearly a lesbian but is not defined by stereotypes and whose tragedy, arguably, is not her sexuality but the fact that she is in love with a woman who is unable to understand or return her affection. While Alice's fate is not a happy one, it is a milder one than she would have faced in a Hollywood production forty years later. -My Yarabinec Director: Jacques Daval Cast: Danielle Darrieux plus short-

IF SHE GROWS UP GAY U.S.A., 1982 23 min. A Love Like Any Other

Directed by Karen Sloe


Wednesday, June 22 (continued)

5:30 PM THREE FILMS BY TERENCE DAVIES CHILDREN 1976 Bronze Hugo, Chicago Film Festival

MADONNA AND CHILD 1980 Gold Hugo, Chicago Film Festival

DEATH AND TRANSFIGURATION 1983 World Premiere This trilogy of films from Great Britain presents the portrait, from childhood to the grave, of Robert Tucker, a lower middle-class Liverpool homosexual, tormented by the conflicts of religion, guilt and frustration over his masochistic homosexuality, childhood nightmares and compulsive social respectability. In these harsh black-and-white movies Davies' impressionistic style appears to pay homage to the Japanese master Yasujiro Ozu, with shots that linger over quiet, empty rooms.

The Deputy

9:30 PM THE DEPUTY Spain, 1980

THE DEPUTY is a taut and gripping political thriller about a gay man high in the ranks of the Spanish Socialist Party. Roberto Orbea (Jose Sacristan) married to a loyal and beautiful wife, is well-respected by his colleagues and is in line for one of the party's top positions. While in prison for political offenses, however, he became involved with a young hustler. Later, out of prison, he makes contact with the hustler and, drawn to the lower class world to which he is so politically committed, he falls in love with another teenage boy, Jaunito. As their relationship develops we realize that Jaunito is part of a blackmail plot by a neo-fascist group out to get Orbea. Director Eloy de la Iglesia, who co-wrote THE DEPUTY, successfully blends the political turmoil of 1970's Spain (often using well-known incidents) with the personal story of a man's struggle, both as a Socialist

7:30 PM BORN IN FLAMES

Born in Flames

and a homosexual. THE DEPUTY is one of the most challenging and controversial films to come out of post-Franco Spain.

U.S. A., 1983

Director: Eloy de la Iglesia

West Coast Premiere

Screenplay: Gonzalo Goicochea

BORN IN FLAMES is set in the future-ten

Photography: Antonio Cuevas

years after a Social-Democratic cultural

Cast: Jose Sacristan, Maria Luis San Jose,

"revolution" in America. The film is not

Jose L. Alonso, Angel Pardo and Agustin

traditionally "science-fiction": there is no

Gonzalez

attempt to create a futuristic look because it

plus short-

is as much about today's world as it is about the future-posing the question of whether oppression against women will be eliminated under any kind of social system. The film is fantasy in presenting a group of women who, experiencing oppression for decades, refuse to take it any longer and become armed fightes against the government. Their position is that oppression against women is not eliminated automatically with "socialism"-not only do political values have to change, cultural values must change and be embedded in practice. The film expresses the hope that women will be able to work together, that bitter conflicts that have existed within the women's community-between lesbians and heterosexuals and between women of different races-will one day disapp6ar. Producer: Lizzie Borden Director: Lizzie Borden Writer: Ed Bowes Camera: Ed Bowes, AI Santana, Lizzie Borden Editor: Lizzie Borden Music: The Bloods, The Red Crayola,路1 bis Print courtesy of: Lizzie Borden plus short-

5 min.

Directed by Arthur Dong

Pacific Film Archive 7:00 PM MIKAEL Germany, 1924 MIKAEL is a homosexual love story in which a famous artist named Zoret (Benjamin Christiansen) falls in love with his young male model Mikael (Walter Slezak) whose nude portrait he has painted. Mikael, however, is an ungrateful opportunist who drains Zoret's artistic spirit and uses his money, finally turning his attention to a wealthy young princess. In spite of Mikael's indifference, Zoret leaves all his possessions to the boy and, nearing his death, declares, "I can die in peace, I have known a great love." Carl Theodor Dreyer (1889-1968), a Danish director, is rated among the world's best filmmakers. His work includes VAMPYR, D AY OF WRATH, GERTRUDE and the classic 1928 version of THE PASSION OF JO AN OF ARC. Silent, German sub-titles, Voice-over translation.

CAROL U.S.A., 1983

PUBLIC U.S.A., 1983

Director: Carl Theodor Dreyer 4 min.

Directed by Lauren Lazin

Screenplay: Thea V. Harbou & Carl Dreyer Camera: Karl Freund Print courtesy of: Anthology Film Archive, New York plus-

ANDERS ALS DIE ANDEREN e Monday, June 20)


THURSDAY, JUNE 23 Trocadero Transfer 7:30 PM 1983 SAN FRANCISCO LESBIAN AND GAY VIDEO FESTIVAL 1983 INDIVIDUAL RIGHTS VIDEO AWARDS 10:00 PM EXHIBITIONISTS Utilizing studio facilities and a thirty-foot screen, Frameline and the Trocadero present an evening of video and performance. The night begins with the 1983 Video Festival

The Sound of Fast Relief

which includes works by and about Lesbians and Gay men from across the country. Some of the tapes to be screened are THE BETTY WALTERS' SHOW by Charles Brune, LOUISE NEVELSON TAKES A B ATH by Jamie Walters and THE ME SHOW by John Canaly. Following the Video Festival, the 1983 Individual Rights Video Awards will be presented by San Francisco Supervisor Doris Ward. The awards have been created to acknowledge sensitive and intelligent handling of television news with gay themes. The evening will conclude with EXHIBITIONISTS, a video and performance extravaganza. Although established performance artists such as Doris Fish, Keith Hollings, Lou Pondulf and Timmy Spence are scheduled to appear, participation with scripted spontaneity and costumed motivation is encouraged.

THE SOUND OF FAST RELIEF West Germany, 1982 U.S. Premiere A "psychograph" of the relations between men in patriarchal society, in the adventures of a dreamer. Male power fears male love like the killer fears the lover. But enemies are potential partners. Their problems are really only soft failings. How close together murder and love can be! How easily a misunderstanding becomes irreversible! Sense the tingling in your whole body and the bullet won't miss the target! War and peace in the buffer zone of the demi-god Eros! The fear of not being able to handle a soft situation underlies aggression. Hardness of feelings turns fun into something static which male power clings on to. Take away this static-ness (which is really aggressive) and the power is forced to hit out fast, to push out in front, to be louder. It is the lover's foremost task to break down this power. -Wieland Speck Producer: Wieland Speck Director, Writer & Editor: Wieland Speck

8:00 PM PAULINE'S BIRTHDAY NOTRE DAME

or

THE BEAST OF

West Germany, 1979 West Coast Premiere A documentary about a small gay S/M theatre in the basement of the MC-Club in Rainer Werner Fassbinder: The Last Works

Hamburg, PAULINE'S BIRTHDAY records the improvisational rehearsals of a group of

6:00 PM RAINER WERNER FASSBINDER: THE LAST WORKS

elderly men and hustler-type boys,

West Germany, 1982

scenes are interspersed with brief interviews

West Coast Premiere Shot in Berlin during Fassbinder's last working days, THE L AST WORKS is a personal documentary directed by Wolf Gremm, who also directed Fassbinder in his last acting role in KAMIKAZE 1989. While working on KAMIKAZE and his last directorial effort QUERELLE (both shot in Berlin) Fassbinder stayed as the guest of Gremm and his producer and wife, Regina Ziegler. The film includes scenes of Gremm directing Fassbinder in KAMIKAZE and clips from the film. There are also intimate close足 ups of Fassbinder shooting QUERELLE. The film reveals the late director's physical decline and his heavy dependency on alcohol and drugs during working hours as well as his passion for every detail in the production of his films. Producer: Regina Ziegler Director: Wolf Gremm Camera: Hartmut Lange Editor: Doerthe Valz Music: Edgar Froese, Tangerine Dream Print courtesy of: Regina Ziegler Filmproduktion plus-

orchestrated by the club's owner-genius, Pauline (aka Harry Pauly). The rehearsal with the individuals involved and the result is an insightful depiction of an underground gay community. The older men seem to be the most self-accepting, offering hope for the street boys who have been drawn into their world. "I don't want to hide

.

.

.

1 don't want to

riot," says one of the older men, "I feel perfectly free, it is my fate, this is just how I am." Gradually, as we watch them rehearse, a sense of caring emerges, the men for each other and us for them. An unscripted jolting death of one of the play's leading actors occurs during the play's premiere, and PAULINE'S BIRTHDAY unintentionally becomes a poignant meditation on aspects of gay life. Producer: Heinz Bendixen Director: Fritz Matthies Screenplay: Fritz Matthies and Heinz Bendixen Photography: Klaus Portner, Fritz Seeman and Michael Goritschnig Music: Eckart Krieger


10:00 PM

4:00 PM

HELL WITHOUT LIMITS

SUPER-8'S

Mexico, 1977

Super-8 is the training ground for tomorrow's

La Manuela is a drag queen living with his

filmmakers, largely because it is one-tenth the

daughter in the whorehouse they own on the

cost of producing the same film in 16mm,

edge of a dying town in rural Mexico. Both

which normally requires extensive fund足

are drawn to, yet fearful of, Pancho, a brutal

raising to begin production. Although Super-8

man who has never been able to accept the

has 50% more image than the old regular

attraction he feels for La Manuela. When

8mm frame, the Super-8 frame has less than

Pancho's violent behavior surfaces (and it

a third of the image area of 16mm, which in

does so regularly) and he begins to torment

turn has less than a fourth of the area of a

the young daughter, demanding that she strip

35mm frame. Although the Super-8 image is

in the brothel's saloon, La Manuela comes to

not as sharp or bright, it is adequate. Filming

her rescue, boldly seducing the raging

in Super-8 requires all the skills used in

Pancho with a dance that leads to a

16mm production and forces the filmmaker to

passionate kiss. HELL WITHOUT LIMITS is a

innovate and to substitute for more expensive

moving story of sexual oppression in the

laboratory effects. In most cases, the

Third World that rises above simple

filmmaker works with the original film and

melodrama largely thanks to the creation of

frequently works alone as producer, writer,

its strong central character, La Manuela. By

director, photographer, editor and even as

the film's final scenes he has grown from a

actor. The Festival's program of Super-8 films

flighty, effeminate cliche into the moral core

displays the full range of Super-8 filmmaking

of the film. He is far more honest about

possibilities.

himself than any of the other characters and emerges, after a series of agonizing confrontations, as a truly heroic figure. Director Arturo Ripstein began his film career

TROUBLE IN PARADISE Phillip R. Ford

in 1963 when he worked as Luis Bunuel's

BEAUTY, FAME, WEALTH, AND TEARS

assistant on THE EXTERMINATING ANGEL

by Dan Gundlach

and SIMON OF THE DESERT. HELL WITHOUT LIMITS is his ninth film as director.

AMBIMAN by Mark Hansson

Director: Arturo Ripstein

WEEKEND ZOMBIE NURSES

Screenp lay: Arturo Ripstein

by Carl Linkhart

Photography: Miguel Garzon Music: Joquin Gutierrez Seras Cast: Lucha Villa, Ana Martin, Gonzalo Vega

OUT OF MANY ... ONE PART III by Lou Perica

and Julian Pastor Print courtesy of: Azteca Films

6:00 PM

plus shortROLLER COASTER TO HELL

... SHE EVEN CHEWED TOBACCO

U.S.A., 1983

wonderful stories and images of women who

16 min.

Directed by Phillip R. Ford Music: Joaquin Gutierrez Seras

This forty-minute slide-tape show is full of passed as men in early San Francisco. They dressed as men, worked for men's wages and many courted and married the women they loved. A rare work of Lesbian herstory.

SATURDAY, JUNE 25 Roxie Cinema 2:00 PM THREE FROM DOWN-UNDER, ONE FROM GB SATDEE NIGHT by Gillian Armstrong Australia An early short film from the director of MY BRILLIANT CAREER and STARSTRUCK.

JUST FRIENDS by Heather Williams Australia

Producers: Dr. Estelle Freedman and Liz Stevens Distributor: Iris Films, (415) 549-3192 plusAUDIENCE U.S.A., 1982 San Francisco Premiere Filmed in San Francisco, London, Toronto and Montreal, lesbian/feminist filmmaker Barbara Hammer explores her audiences, their reactions, their hopes and their feelings. Director: Barbara Hammer

The painful breakup of an affair.

WAITING 'ROUND WYNYARD by Franco di Chiera Australia A sensitive look at the first time for a young gay man.

VERONICA FOUR ROSE by Melanie Chait Great Britain A documentary about lesbians 16-23 years old. Aimed at straight society, VERONICA FOUR ROSE presents these women as they talk about being young and lesbian in a heterosexual world.

Barbara Hammer


8:00 P M MARCHING T O A DIFFERENT DRUMMER

Director: Rosa von Praunheim Screenplay: Rosa von Praunheim

A slide presentation by Allan Berube

Music: Holger Munzer

M ARCHING TO A DIFFERENT DRUMMER

Cast: Jayne County, Angie Stardust, Judith

documents the experiences of lesbian and

Flex, Gary Miller, Joaquin La Habana, Tara

gay Americans during World War II, including

O'Hara, Tron von Hollywood and Manfred

lesbians in the WACs, gay bar life in the

Finger

cities, draftees coming out to their parents,

Print courtesy of: Export Film

and the post-war anti-gay witch hunts. This 90-minute presentation contains over 400 slides and is based on unpublished letters, diaries, declassified government documents, and oral history interviews with lesbian and

plus short-

JUST ANOTHER GIRL US. A., 1982

4 min.

Directed by Rock Ross

gay veterans of World War I I. Allan Berube is author of the February/March

SUNDAY, JUNE 26

'83 Mother Jones cover story "Gays At War:

Roxie Cinema

The Roots of Liberation." His articles have

6:00 PM GAY ARTISTS

appeared in The Advocate, The Body Politic and Gay Community News, and he is a founding member of the San Francisco

ERTE

Lesbian and Gay History Project.

A brief look at the work of Erte.

10:00 PM CASTA DIVA

Filmmaker Warhol at work.

ANDY MAKES A MOVIE

Netherlands, 1982

SUPER ARTIST: ANDY WARHOL

US. Premiere

by Bruce Torbet

C ASTA DIVA examines man in his

Made in 1967, this pop movie about Warhol

relationship with his body: while washing,

includes appearances by Henry Geldzahler,

while dressing, while undressing, before and

Edie Sedgwick and The Velvet Underground.

after exertion; but always in solitude. Each individual is totally absorbed by what he is doing. In these everyday surroundings movements develop their own choreography-the window cleaner, the man washing. CASTA DIVA is mainly a silent film. Sometimes the silence is broken by pathetic screams and sobbing. Opera! Theatrical song full of pathos contrasts starkly with the intentional triviality of the image; lyrical and musical effusiveness contrast with the insistent "objectivity" of the camera. Producer: Frans Rasher Film Director: Eric de Kuyper Writer: Eric de Kuyper Camera: Michel Houssiau Editor: Ton de Graaf Music: Monteverdi, Puccini, L.M. Gottschalk, Offenbach, Bellini, Dalida, Berlioz Print courtesy of: The Consulate General of

DAVID HOCKNEY'S DIARIES narrated by the artist The English painter David Hockney has been keeping albums of snapshots since 1967, when he decided to clear his closet of hundreds of loose pictures. Slowly turning the pages of these personal albums, which constitute his diaries, Hockney explains that the snapshots are more than mere chronicles of his friends and travels; they provide the compositional elements on which his paintings and graphic works are based.

8:00 PM BORN IN FLAMES (see Wednesday, June 22) plus short足

QUICKENING US.A., 1982

19 min.

The Netherlands

Directed by Fran Tonelli

Midnight CITY OF LOST SOULS

10:00 PM THE DEPUTY

West Germany, 1983 US. Premiere CITY OF LOST SOULS is the latest work by

(see Wednesday, June 22) plus short-

cult director, Rosa von Praunheim, known for

POSITION OF FAITH

his radical, controversial films that usually

US. A. , 18 min.

challenge both non-gay and gay audiences. A group of Americans live in the midst of the lively artists' set in Berlin. There is Angie Stardust, a black dancer from Harlem who once worked in drag clubs. Angie has gone into business for herself, opening a restaurant, "The Hamburger Queen," where a mixed bunch of unusuual characters hang out. Gary is a dancer who is in love with magic. Tara O'Hara, a former male nurse, is proud of his androgynous charms-charms he shows off in an enticing striptease. Joaquin La Habana performs as both a man and a woman at the same time. And then there is Judith and Tron, performing a wild, erotic trapeze act and Lila, from the south, who meets an East German agent who succeeds in making her East Germany's most famous rock star. Essentially a form of cabaret, the film moves from the sentimental through the witty and erotic. The players know their job, the camera work is inventive and the music is great.


FRAMELINE/PHOTO presents

The San Francisco International Lesbian

The Second Annual San Francisco Exhibition of Lesbian and

and Gay Film Festival is made possible by donations from the Festival membership. Frameline acknowledges

Gay Photography

their generous support.

SELF PORTRAIT: OUR LIVES, OUR COMMUNI T Y

FESTIVAL BENEFACTOR

Co-Sponsored by

The Apartment Store

ATLAS SAVINGS AND LOAN

FESTIVAL BUSINESS PATRONS

JUNE 17-JULY 16, 1983

The Midnight Sun

Exhibition Locations:

Moby Dick

Atlas Savings and Loan

FESTIVAL PA TRONS

1967 Market Street

Jebe's Kompact Kameras

4126 18th Street

Snake River-Clothing for Both

V alencia Rose Cafe 766 V alencia-5treet

DUAL FESTIVAL SPONSORS Bredwell Meyer Flower Shop Trifles Pastry Shop

THE SECOND NATIONAL

Hot & Hunky

CONFERENCE ON LESBIAN AN D GAY A GING

FESTIVAL SPONSORS Sausage Factory

June 24 & 25, 1983

Off Castro Cleaners

San Francisco State University

Elephant Walk

The National Association of Lesbian and Gay Gerontologists and the San Francisco International Lesbian and Gay Film Festival present films and

The Great Frame-Up Castro Village Wine Co. Human Head Hair Design Haight Jeans The Pet Stop

videotapes on gays and aging.

The Spice of Life

Friday, June 24

Captain Video

Barbary Coast Room,

SF State 2:00 PM WORLD OF LIGHT: PORTRAIT OF MAY SARTON MARGARET AND ADELE

Pacific Stereo Now & Then Metro Brasserie Tommy's Plants Grubstake II Awards By Chris

3:30 PM DAN AND LOU GAY SENIORS: THE SILENT PIONEERS

Special thanks to:

Saturday, June 25

San Francisco Goethe Institute

Barbary Coast

The Consulate General of the Netherlands

Room, SF State

Scandinavia Today

9:00 AM PINK TRIANGLES

UCLA Film Archive

Pacific Film Archive

����..� FRA MELINE

l".":'4III�..

Michael Lumpkin, Festival Director John Wright, Assistant Director Chris Olson, Fund-raising and Membership Sue Mitchell, Fund-raising and Membership Paul Bollwinkel John Canaly, Video Director Mark Page Howard Sullivan Paul Thurston Jeff Watts Clare Wren My Yarabinec Gail Sapiro Greg Day Graphic Design by David McManis Printing: Inkworks

Peter Lowy, New York Gay FiIm Festival Brenda Webb, Chicago Lesbian and Gay Film Festival Award Films Australia Film Commission Jorge Dominguez Alf Bold Vorpal Gallery Robert Evens Anita Monga Mel Novikoff Matt Fance Carol Grandy Jerry Tartaglia Trocadero Transfer Limelight Bookstore Castro Village Wine Compay Headlines George Gineris

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7th San Francisco International Lesbian and Gay Film Festival Program Guide (Frameline 1983)

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