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Ahead Of The Curve
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directed by Rivkah Beth Medow and Jen Rainin; produced by Rivkah Beth Medow (Film Platform, 2020), 1 hour 38 mins
With a fist full of credit cards, a lucky run at the horse track, and chutzpah for days, Franco Stevens launched Curve, the best-selling lesbian magazine ever published. The film tracks the power of lesbian visibility and community from the early ‘90s to the present day through the story of Franco’s founding o...
directed by Rivkah Beth Medow and Jen Rainin; produced by Rivkah Beth Medow (Film Platform, 2020), 1 hour 38 mins
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In Search of Walt Whitman, Part 1, The Early Years (1819–1855)
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directed by Andrew D. Kaplan; produced by Andrew D. Kaplan, East Rock Films; performed by Richard S. Rose, in In Search of Walt Whitman, Part 1 (East Rockaway, NY: East Rock Films, 2020), 1 hour 4 mins

Part One: The Early Years (1819–1855)

Walt Whitman rises from a hardscrabble boyhood in New York to write Leaves of Grass in 1855 that revolutionizes poetry. This episode explores the mystery of how a seemingly ordinary writer, with little education or training, could have created such a literature-altering master...

directed by Andrew D. Kaplan; produced by Andrew D. Kaplan, East Rock Films; performed by Richard S. Rose, in In Search of Walt Whitman, Part 1 (East Rockaway, NY: East Rock Films, 2020), 1 hour 4 mins
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In Search of Walt Whitman, Part 2, Becoming a Poet (1855-1864)
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directed by Andrew D. Kaplan; produced by Andrew D. Kaplan, East Rock Films; performed by Richard S. Rose, in In Search of Walt Whitman, Part 2 (East Rockaway, NY: East Rock Films, 2020), 57 mins

Part Two: Becoming a Poet (1855-1864)

The poet publishes Leaves of Grass, receives a fateful letter from Ralph Waldo Emerson, and moves to Washington to care for sick and injured Civil War soldiers. This episode brings to life such renowned poems as “Out of the Cradle Endlessly Rocking,” “Crossing Brooklyn...

directed by Andrew D. Kaplan; produced by Andrew D. Kaplan, East Rock Films; performed by Richard S. Rose, in In Search of Walt Whitman, Part 2 (East Rockaway, NY: East Rock Films, 2020), 57 mins
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In Search of Walt Whitman, Part 3, The Civil War and Beyond (1865-1892)
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directed by Andrew D. Kaplan; produced by Andrew D. Kaplan, East Rock Films; performed by Richard S. Rose, in In Search of Walt Whitman, Part 3 (East Rockaway, NY: East Rock Films, 2020), 1 hour

Part Three: The Civil War and Beyond (1865-1892)

Whitman falls in love, explores war and assassination in his poetry, yet becomes disillusioned by the Gilded Age that ensues. He recovers from a debilitating stroke to live out his days in Camden NJ, where he continues to write poetry. This episode includes powerful...

directed by Andrew D. Kaplan; produced by Andrew D. Kaplan, East Rock Films; performed by Richard S. Rose, in In Search of Walt Whitman, Part 3 (East Rockaway, NY: East Rock Films, 2020), 1 hour
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TOVE
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directed by Zaida Bergroth; designed by Eugen Tamberg; produced by Aleksi Bardy, Helsinki-filmi; performed by Alma Pöysti, Krista Kosonen and Shanti Roney (United States: Juno Films, 2020), 1 hour 43 mins
Set from 1944 to 1956, the Swedish-language film shows how painter Tove Jansson finds worldwide success from an unexpected side project, in the midst of artistic struggles and an unconventional personal life. Alma Pöysti stars as Jansson, alongside Krista Kosonen and Shanti Roney. Pöysti has previously played Ja...
directed by Zaida Bergroth; designed by Eugen Tamberg; produced by Aleksi Bardy, Helsinki-filmi; performed by Alma Pöysti, Krista Kosonen and Shanti Roney (United States: Juno Films, 2020), 1 hour 43 mins
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The Legacy Project: Dramatists Talk about Their Work, Volume 3, Larry Kramer in Conversation with George C. Wolfe
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directed by Jeremy S. Levine, 1984-; produced by Peter Ratray, 1941-, Transient Pictures; interview by George C. Wolfe, 1954-, in The Legacy Project: Dramatists Talk about Their Work, Volume 3 (New York, NY: Dramatists Guild Foundation, 2019), 35 mins

American theater’s most exciting and esteemed writers together in conversation – watch as current and established creators share their struggles, triumphs, and advice, and get an intimate glimpse into their creative process.

This episode features George C. Wolfe (Jelly’s Last Jam) interviewing Larry Kramer (T...

directed by Jeremy S. Levine, 1984-; produced by Peter Ratray, 1941-, Transient Pictures; interview by George C. Wolfe, 1954-, in The Legacy Project: Dramatists Talk about Their Work, Volume 3 (New York, NY: Dramatists Guild Foundation, 2019), 35 mins
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Rewriting the Script
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produced by Wall Street Journal; interview by Erich Schwartzel, fl. 2008 (New York, NY: WSJ, 2019), 25 mins
"Pose" director writer and producer Janet Mock has pioneered inclusive storytelling on-screen and behind the camera. Hear how she is shining a light on untold stories and is helping fuel a boom in diverse specific storytelling."
produced by Wall Street Journal; interview by Erich Schwartzel, fl. 2008 (New York, NY: WSJ, 2019), 25 mins
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Congo Cabaret
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directed by Deondray Gossett, 1973- and Quincy Le Near, 1974-; produced by Quincy Le Near, 1974-, Deondray Gossett, 1973- and Robert Philipson, fl. 2008, Shoga Films; performed by Kevin Daniels, 1976-, Nic Few, fl. 2006, Parisa Fitz-Henley, fl. 2002, Karen Obilom, fl. 2012, Damian T. Raven, fl. 2005, Russell Richardson, fl. 1999 and Darryl Stephens, 1974- (Oakland, CA: Shoga Films, 2018), 15 mins,
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“Congo Cabaret” is an adaptation of an episode from gay writer Claude McKay’s then-bestselling novel, Home to Harlem. Set in a small nightclub, this scene presents the little-known figure of a “wolf” (a masculine gay man) and features the performance of a Bessie Smith song, “Foolish Man Blues,” which...
directed by Deondray Gossett, 1973- and Quincy Le Near, 1974-; produced by Quincy Le Near, 1974-, Deondray Gossett, 1973- and Robert Philipson, fl. 2008, Shoga Films; performed by Kevin Daniels, 1976-, Nic Few, fl. 2006, Parisa Fitz-Henley, fl. 2002, Karen Obilom, fl. 2012, Damian T. Raven, fl. 2005, Russell Richardson, fl. 1999 and Darryl Stephens, 1974- (Oakland, CA: Shoga Films, 2018), 15 mins,
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A Conversation with Barbara Hammer and Cheryl Dunye
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produced by Documentary Film Institute; interview by Cheryl Dunye (London, England: Documentary Film Institute, 2018), 56 mins
Barbara Hammer sits down with SF State Professor Cheryl Dunye for this extended discussion on their films, process and all of the personal that goes into their work. This discussion was part of the Masterclass Barbara conducted with a group of SF State School of Cinema students.
produced by Documentary Film Institute; interview by Cheryl Dunye (London, England: Documentary Film Institute, 2018), 56 mins
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Making Montgomery Clift
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directed by Robert A. Clift, 1974- and Hillary Demmon, fl. 2010-2018; produced by Robert A. Clift, 1974- and Hillary Demmon, fl. 2010-2018, Limbic Productions; performed by Montgomery Clift, 1920-1966, Brooks Clift, 1919-1986 and Patricia Bosworth, 1933- (Saint Albans, England: Limbic Productions, 2018), 1 hour 29 mins
LOGLINE: Classic film star and queer icon Montgomery Clift’s legacy has long been a story of tragedy and self-destruction. But when his nephew dives into the family archives, a much more complicated picture emerges. SHORT SYNOPSIS: Montgomery Clift was one of the most influential actors in the history of cinema,...
directed by Robert A. Clift, 1974- and Hillary Demmon, fl. 2010-2018; produced by Robert A. Clift, 1974- and Hillary Demmon, fl. 2010-2018, Limbic Productions; performed by Montgomery Clift, 1920-1966, Brooks Clift, 1919-1986 and Patricia Bosworth, 1933- (Saint Albans, England: Limbic Productions, 2018), 1 hour 29 mins
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