Festival Watch: Four SFFS-Supported Films at Frameline37

There's a sweet shine to our Pride Month, four SFFS-supported films will screen at Frameline37, the world’s oldest and largest LGBTQ international film festival, June 20 - 30!  We've seen and experienced these incredibly moving stories - from the political and emotional turns of the No on 8 Campaign to the impact on awakening to HIV testing - and feel the best way to congratulate a film well made is to toast the filmmaker at its Bay Area premiere.  Cheers to you all and we'll see you next on screen!

The Campaign
Dir: Christie Herring
June 23, 1:00, Castro Theatre

SFFS Fiscally Sponsored Project
FilmHouse Resident

This locally produced marriage equality documentary examines the struggles and harsh defeat of the hard-fought No on 8 Campaign.

 Co-presented by SF Film Society

Change Over Time
Dir: Ewan Duarte
June 24, 7:00, Victoria Theatre

 SFFS Fiscally Sponsored Project

This experimental, animated, personal documentary chronicles the filmmaker’s first year on testosterone from an impressionistic and poetic perspective. 

This film screens in the shorts program Transtastic!

Seventh-Gay Adventists
Dir: Daneen Akers, Stephen Eyer
June 23, 11:00 AM, Roxie Theater

SFFS Fiscally Sponsored Project 

This compelling tale follows three survivors of ex-gay therapy who long for belonging and home in the insular Seventh-day Adventist church.

Dir: Chris Mason Johnson
June 29, 6:00, Castro Theatre

2011 SFFS/KRF Filmmaking Grant Winner
FilmHouse Resident 

Test is a visually stunning, beautifully choreographed, well-acted, and powerfully moving story set in the San Francisco modern dance scene of 1985—right before the first HIV test is announced.