BERKELEY'S NEWS • OCTOBER 01, 2022

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San Francisco International LGBTQ Film Festival

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As the debut feature of director Vincent Gagliostro starring Alan Cumming (2017 Frameline Award recipient), David Drake and Zachary Booth, among other prominent LGBTQ actors, “After Louie” substituted a concise and captivating narrative thread for a consolidation of moments.
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As the debut feature of director Vincent Gagliostro starring Alan Cumming (2017 Frameline Award recipient), David Drake and Zachary Booth, among other prominent LGBTQ actors, “After Louie” substituted a concise and captivating narrative thread for a consolidation of moments.
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Although “The Death and Life of Marsha P. Johnson” explores an event 25 years in the past, its message could not be shared at a more critical time in history.
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Although “The Death and Life of Marsha P. Johnson” explores an event 25 years in the past, its message could not be shared at a more critical time in history.
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Becks” is a sign of what queer women-focused movies should be: heartfelt, well-acted and deserving of the big screen.
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Becks” is a sign of what queer women-focused movies should be: heartfelt, well-acted and deserving of the big screen.
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While “Extra Terrestres” could use another pass through the editing booth for some trimming and tightening — and should have featured Daniela’s character more wholeheartedly — the film accomplishes its most important task: emphasizing the difficulties of being authentic around family and the joy that can result from opening up.
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While “Extra Terrestres” could use another pass through the editing booth for some trimming and tightening — and should have featured Daniela’s character more wholeheartedly — the film accomplishes its most important task: emphasizing the difficulties of being authentic around family and the joy that can result from opening up.
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Queer representation is, despite recent progress, still woefully underserved in today’s media. Representation of a wide range of sexual orientations, gender identifications and backgrounds not only provides a critical source of inspiration for young kids to internalize the accessibility of their aspirations, but to normalize the broad acceptance of different identities within society.
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Queer representation is, despite recent progress, still woefully underserved in today’s media. Representation of a wide range of sexual orientations, gender identifications and backgrounds not only provides a critical source of inspiration for young kids to internalize the accessibility of their aspirations, but to normalize the broad acceptance of different identities within society.
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The second week of June is officially summer — it’s getting warmer (well, at least sporadically) and UC Berkeley’s spring semester is long over (though those enrolled in summer classes may not take much relief in this) — so there are heaps of neat events for you to attend.
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The second week of June is officially summer — it’s getting warmer (well, at least sporadically) and UC Berkeley’s spring semester is long over (though those enrolled in summer classes may not take much relief in this) — so there are heaps of neat events for you to attend.
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