Saturday, June 19, 2010

"Spot of T" and "Says Who? Gender Variant Representation In Media"

Thursday, June 24th is a big day for me!

In addition to the screening of Falling In Love... Episode 3 in the Transtastic Program at 9:30PM at the Victoria Theater (see previous post), I am speaking on a panel that same day at 2:00pm called Says Who? Gender Representation In Media. It is a free Frameline34 event at the Castro theater.

At 8:00 PM in the evening I will be debuting my new video about "The Pregnant Guy" (as well as selling some important product tie-ins) at A Spot of T, presented by Original Plumbing and the National Queer Arts Festival. This event takes place at the African American Arts Complex (762 Fulton Street @ Webster) and admission is $12-20 (no one turned away).

Tuesday, June 8, 2010

Frameline 34 & Outfest

It's finally complete! Falling In Love... with Chris and Greg, Episode #3 "Food!" is done! Greg and I finalized the post-production this weekend, made a MiniDV master of it, and sent it to get transferred onto the exhibition copy which will be sent around to the two confirmed festivals it's playing in this Summer! So far on our list:

Two screenings at Frameline34, the San Francisco Itn'l LGBT Film Festival:
Sunday, June 20, 1:45 PM
Roxie Theater
in the Skinnyfat program
*already sold-out! RUSH tickets available at the door, the day-of.

Thursday, June 24, 9:30 PM
Victoria Theatre
in the Transtastic shorts program

And at Outfest, The Los Angeles Itn'l LGBT Film Festival:
Saturday July 10th, 9:30PM
Downtown Los Angeles
I'm really thrilled that we're a part of this event! Not only is it an OP #3 Release Party (the issue in which I interview the talented painter Sam Lopes), but Greg and I are sharing the bill with some really wonderful people, including old and new friends from LA and the Bay. I'm familiar with most everyone's work in the show so I can vouch that it's going to be really great. Plus, my good friend and LA host-Kelly Besser, along with Irina Contreras and the Miracle Bookmobile (a death-defying blue Jeep) will be there slinging some free gay reads out in the parking lot.

LA is my homefield so this awesome of a homecoming event feels extra good! and not at all like when The Rose returns to her hometown...