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BERKELEY'S NEWS • NOVEMBER 27, 2022

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San Francisco International LGBTQ Film Festival

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“50 Years of Fabulous,” a wildly entertaining film, follows some of the most important characters and events in the LGBTQ+ history of San Francisco.
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“50 Years of Fabulous,” a wildly entertaining film, follows some of the most important characters and events in the LGBTQ+ history of San Francisco.
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The San Francisco day trip series is back to shine a prismatic light on an important district to the history and culture of the city — the Castro District
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The San Francisco day trip series is back to shine a prismatic light on an important district to the history and culture of the city — the Castro District
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While there’s still a long way to go for LGBTQ+ cinematic representation, Frameline will be there, supporting LGBTQ+ films as they develop and progress.
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While there’s still a long way to go for LGBTQ+ cinematic representation, Frameline will be there, supporting LGBTQ+ films as they develop and progress.
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The documentary, directed by Katherine Fairfax Wright, focuses in on the creation of “Straight Outta Oz” and the process of developing it for a summer tour.
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The documentary, directed by Katherine Fairfax Wright, focuses in on the creation of “Straight Outta Oz” and the process of developing it for a summer tour.
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Sharing immigrant and minority stories is more important than ever in today’s political climate, and “Nadie Nos Mira” offers a tender, slice-of-life perspective on the struggles of loneliness, sexuality and the immigrant experience.
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Sharing immigrant and minority stories is more important than ever in today’s political climate, and “Nadie Nos Mira” offers a tender, slice-of-life perspective on the struggles of loneliness, sexuality and the immigrant experience.
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The film overthrows the tropes of typical high school films: gym class snafus, cliques of outcasts and athletes and ignorant bullies.
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The film overthrows the tropes of typical high school films: gym class snafus, cliques of outcasts and athletes and ignorant bullies.
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At the premiere of his film for Frameline’s San Francisco International LGBTQ Film Festival, Francis Lee emphasized that Yorkshire is a place that is dearly personal to him.
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At the premiere of his film for Frameline’s San Francisco International LGBTQ Film Festival, Francis Lee emphasized that Yorkshire is a place that is dearly personal to him.
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The film brilliantly sifts through two decades’ worth of documentation that plays a vital role in revealing something profound about both Huang and her mother.
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The film brilliantly sifts through two decades’ worth of documentation that plays a vital role in revealing something profound about both Huang and her mother.
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“Behind the Curtain” transcends its basic purpose as a biopic of YouTube celebrity and former “American Idol” contestant Todrick Hall.
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“Behind the Curtain” transcends its basic purpose as a biopic of YouTube celebrity and former “American Idol” contestant Todrick Hall.
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As queer representation in media is few and far between, there exists a dearth in particular of representation for queer women of color — yet “Brown Girls” does not exist solely to fill this gap.
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As queer representation in media is few and far between, there exists a dearth in particular of representation for queer women of color — yet “Brown Girls” does not exist solely to fill this gap.
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