Lots of Mission-centric fare at this year’s Frameline LGBT Film Festival

Frameline38 starts tonight! The organizers made us this handy list of Mission-related offerings:

Directors: Haley DerManouelian, Rosie Katz & Bo Brown
8 Minutes, Short
Three lost San Franciscans combat a tech worker in search of space in Dolores Park.
Film takes place in the Mission.

Director: Clio Gevirtz
5 Minutes, Short
A comedy about closeted boyfriends who outdo themselves trying to ask a girl to prom. They are in for a big surprise!
Film was produced in the Mission.

Director: Alexis Spraic
10 Minutes, Short
A look at the beloved Jason Mecier, a fine artist fashioning famous likenesses from Tina Fey to Phyllis Diller out of everything from old toothbrushes to turkey basters.
Film subject Jason Mecier lives in the Mission.

Director: Ruby Drake
7 Minutes, Short
Two girls try to work through an unexpected crisis in their friendship.
The film was created by the San Francisco Art & Film For Teenagers located in the Mission.

Get tickets and explore the festival more here.


2 Responses to “Lots of Mission-centric fare at this year’s Frameline LGBT Film Festival”

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  2. A pickin’ and a grinnin’!