Celebrate Pride with the multi-award-winning feature film, THE DAVID DANCE. THE DAVID DANCE opens in San Francisco at The Presidio Theatre! Screens Friday, June 2nd and Saturday June 3rd only. Showtimes at 6 PM only. Don't miss this "incredibly timely & meaningful" drama.
Tickets & Info:
2340 Chestnut Street
San Francisco, California 94123
(415) 776 - 2988
THEATRICAL TRAILER: https://www.youtube.com/watch
"A gem of a movie." - Kevin M. Thomas, Progressive Pulse
"A clear, brave voice." - The New York Times
"A personal & touching family drama...well crafted, with characters the viewers care about." - Cinema Crazed
"Incredibly timely & meaningful... A love story between two people, between family & between others who need love most." - The Buzz
"Touching...A highly intimate, genuine outlook on life one can easily relate to & recognize." - Gay Essential
"Truly exceptional & surprising, 'The David Dance' well captures the human spirit in the best way possible." - Let the Movies Move Us
"Truly one of those movies that gets to the heart and soul of a person. If you have ever felt love of any kind, this movie is for you." - Edge Media
"Don Scimé is brilliant as a DJ on a late night gay radio show… Writer Scimé and director Aprill Winney do a great job flashing back and forth in time keeping the movie and story moving and peeling back layers to to the onion that may definitely bring you to tears.” – San Francisco Examiner
"'The David Dance' is an achingly beautiful motion picture... A powerful story... Lingers in your mind long after the film is over... A definite see." - project-nerd
WINNER: Audience Award for Best Narrative Feature Film - Tallgrass Film Festival
WINNER: Festival Favorite - Cinema Diverse: Palm Springs Gay & Lesbian Film Festival
WINNER: Best Feature Film - Long Island Intl. Film Expo
WINNER: Audience Award for Best Narrative Feature Film - Long Island Gay and Lesbian Film Festival
Over 40 film festivals, 26 Wins, 8 for Best Picture.
Away from the microphone, David is soft spoken, shy and unsure of himself. However, as his on-air alias, "Danger Dave" - host of the local radio show "Gay Talk" in Buffalo, New York - he's poised, witty and every listener's best friend. His sister, Kate is a thrice divorced banker with a yen for classical music and cats. Though successful, the siblings suffer from a secret, yet vast sense of inadequacy. Kate decides to adopt an orphan in Brazil and asks David to be a father figure. Meanwhile, David grapples with his self-doubts while gawkily romancing his co-worker. Past and present intertwine in this bittersweet winter's tale of a man learning to love and accept himself.
Directed by Aprill Winney ("The Fosters", "Just Add Magic") the film stars Don Scimé, Guy Adkins, Antoinette LaVecchia ("Deliver Us From Evil"), Jordan Baker ("Another Earth") and Tonye Patano ("Weeds").