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Abomination: Homosexuality and the Ex-Gay Movement
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directed by Alicia Salzer; produced by Alicia Salzer (San Francisco, CA: Frameline, 2006), 31 mins
Again and again we see it in the news: evangelical ministers who preach against homosexuality and scandalizing themselves when their own homosexuality is revealed. Proponents of so-called 'reparative therapy' know it doesn't work. Yet they persist with ever-greater fervor and insist that gay Christians try to cha...
directed by Alicia Salzer; produced by Alicia Salzer (San Francisco, CA: Frameline, 2006), 31 mins
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Almost There
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directed by Sigal Yehuda and Joelle Alexis (San Francisco, CA: Frameline, 2003), 52 mins
Almost There is the story of a lesbian couple's move away from Israel and the problems they wish to leave behind. Joelle lived in Tel-Aviv for eleven years but tired of this city wrapped in violence. Sigal, hiding her true sexual identity from her family, needs to distance herself to be able to have a more complet...
directed by Sigal Yehuda and Joelle Alexis (San Francisco, CA: Frameline, 2003), 52 mins
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Alonso’s Deadline
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directed by Mario Galaretta; produced by Mario Galaretta (San Francisco, CA: Frameline, 2007), 6 mins
Alonso's Deadline is a quiet and subtle story about the silent attraction between two very different men. Dr. Alonso, old and respected, is a recently widowed professor. Elias, sexy and young, is the school janitor. Alonso and Elias share the same space but belong to two different worlds. They struggle to find a w...
directed by Mario Galaretta; produced by Mario Galaretta (San Francisco, CA: Frameline, 2007), 6 mins
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And The March Continues!
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directed by Guadalupe Olvera San Miguel; produced by Guadalupe Olvera San Miguel (San Francisco, CA: Frameline, 1997), 30 mins
And the March Continues! combines documentary and narrative forms to present a history of the lesbian movement in Mexico from its origins to the present. Testimonies from Mexican lesbians and movement leaders give impressions of daily life in their country. A dramatized encounter between Frida Kahlo, Sor Juana Ine...
directed by Guadalupe Olvera San Miguel; produced by Guadalupe Olvera San Miguel (San Francisco, CA: Frameline, 1997), 30 mins
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Badass Supermama
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directed by Etang Inyang (San Francisco, CA: Frameline, 1996), 16 mins
'I've got a crush on a woman named Foxy Brown.' Badass Supermama is a playful, but questioning personal exploration of race, gender, sexuality, and adolescent notions of beauty and representation. These multi-layered, inter-connected issues are intimately examined through 1970's 'blaxploitation' movie goddess Pam...
directed by Etang Inyang (San Francisco, CA: Frameline, 1996), 16 mins
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Before I Was Sad
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directed by Jean-Gabriel Périot (San Francisco, CA: Frameline, 2002), 2 mins
Before I Was Sad presents biting commentary on the assimilation of homosexuals into mainstream society illustrated through the use of cut-out animation
directed by Jean-Gabriel Périot (San Francisco, CA: Frameline, 2002), 2 mins
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Bird in the Hand
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directed by Catherine Saalfield and Melanie Nelson (San Francisco, CA: Frameline, 1992), 31 mins
Simone and Kaya are lovers trying desperately to escape New York City for the weekend and the reality of their friend Ayo's abusive relationship. Along the way, Kaya, who is Ayo's ex-lover, becomes more and more obsessed with tracking her down before they leave. In this experimental narrative, the couple confronts...
directed by Catherine Saalfield and Melanie Nelson (San Francisco, CA: Frameline, 1992), 31 mins
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Blue Diary
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directed by Jenni Olson (San Francisco, CA: Frameline, 1997), 6 mins
Through voiceover and static San Francisco landscapes this experimental narrative short tells the melancholy story of a butch dyke pining over a one night stand with a straight girl.
directed by Jenni Olson (San Francisco, CA: Frameline, 1997), 6 mins
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Books of James
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directed by Ho Tam (San Francisco, CA: Frameline, 2006), 17 mins
Inspired by a collection of personal notebooks, Books of James is an experimental documentary on ART, AIDS and ACTIVISM. Based on the writing, drawing, video footage and personal revelation of James Wentzy, an artist/activist in New York City, the film illustrates the 30-year timeline from the late 1970s to the pr...
directed by Ho Tam (San Francisco, CA: Frameline, 2006), 17 mins
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The Choice of Love
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directed by Eirik Andreas Sandaker (San Francisco, CA: Frameline, 2009), 36 mins
The Choice of Love is a narrative documentary where the filmmaker enters the topics of Islam and homosexuality. Through meetings with the first openly gay Muslim in Norway, Kaltham Alexander Lie, the leader of the Islamic Union of Oslo, Basim Ghozlan and an anonymous interview with a gay Muslim, the director tries...
directed by Eirik Andreas Sandaker (San Francisco, CA: Frameline, 2009), 36 mins
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