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An Overview Of Modern Queer Cinema
By Philip Wong (Jun 15, 2007)
Anyone who can remember watching Jon Voight and Dustin Hoffman in Midnight Cowboy and desperately hoping for a gay scene is probably resting quite easy right now in the eve of the 31st annual San Francisco International LGBT Film Festival. Continuing in its 31st year as the largest and oldest festival of its kind in the world, Frameline31 promises unprecedented access to the always dynamic, intelligent and edgy views of the best LGBT films today. More
An Unholy Trinity
By Stefan Gruenwedel (Nov 30, 2006)
Coinciding with World AIDS Day, Thom Fitzgerald's cinematic triptych presents three disparate yet complementary stories about how this indiscriminate disease afflicts individuals, communities, and societies on three continents in very different ways. Based on writer/director Fitzgerald's experiences in China, South Africa, and the West (specifically Canada), 3 Needles portrays the AIDS pandemic on a scale that is alternately intimate and sweeping. As a result, the film is irresistibly watchable and ultimately disturbing. More
Shopping For The Gift That Gives Twice
By Michelle Sieling (Aug 18, 2006)
A couple weeks ago, as I walked down Castro Street, my eye was drawn to two skateboards in a shop window, one blue and one green, both with a simple white Hawaiian floral pattern. I stopped and scanned the front window display of a modern home wares and gifts store. I was hooked. Iíve been getting my hair cut at a salon near this store, Under One Roof on Castro Street near 18th Street, for the past year, but somehow I had passed by without ever noticing it before. Iím not sure how that is possible, but itís true. A place like this should not be ignored. More
or Tidy Bubbles?
By Nancy Norstad (Aug 10, 2006)
Many folks hosting you this summer at the Russian River were once corporate executives in the San Francisco Bay Area. Without any prior hands-on experience in the hospitality industry, they somehow got the notion that becoming an innkeeper in the wine country would be just the thing that could fulfill them. Fresh air, a starry sky, the gentle flow of the river, a slower way of lifeÖ and Tide. More
San Francisco Rewards Self-Invention
By Nancy Norstad (Aug 10, 2006)
San Francisco prides itself on being original and many neighborhoods have resisted the influx of franchises and corporate giants. In 1999, the Board of Supervisors and the Mayor established the Small Business Commission (SBC) to respond to and advocate for the needs of small business and to encourage entrepreneurial enterprise. More
A Temperate Climate for LGBT Entrepreneurs
By Nancy Norstad (Aug 10, 2006)
When we describe San Francisco to outsiders, one thing we often forget to mention is how easy it is to be gay here. The truth is, we are so comfortable being openly gay that we don't think of it as a unique aspect of our environment any more. More
Putting the "Q" back in Queer
By Anhoni Patel (Jun 20, 2006)
It's 2006 and we're putting the "F" back in fabulous! After a month of build-up, the city will finally explode in a gay extravaganza full of one of the country's best parades, tons of parties and a host of queer-oriented events. To help you navigate your way through San Francisco's biggest weekend, SF Station has picked the biggest and best events for you to enjoy Pride to the fullest! More
The cure for saccharine summer fare
By Matt Forsman (Jun 16, 2006)
The 30th San Francisco International LGBT (Lesbian, Gay, Transsexual, and Transgender) Film Festival kicks off on June 15 with one of the largest selection of films the festival has ever seen. 266 films from 33 countries will be screened over the course of ten days of screenings (June 15 - June 25). Unquestionably, itís been a remarkable year for queer cinema with the ascent of Brokeback Mountain and Transamerica. A number of the films included in Frameline 30 show the potential to appeal not only to the LGBT community, but a much larger audience. More
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