San Francisco is famous for its LGBT culture, and at no time is this more proudly visible than at the annual San Francisco International LGBT Film Festival. Running from June 20-30, the festival focuses on LGBT-related topics and films that heighten public awareness and education.
This year’s program moves across a wide spectrum of storylines and styles: from the fashion of a new Australian desert queen to the sexual identity games of two Cuban males, through musicals, documentaries, shorts and foreign language films.
Tickets for individual films and special events can be purchased online or by walk-up at the Frameline 37 Box Office, 2327 Market Street.
The majority of Frameline’s screenings will take place at the iconic Castro Theatre.
Kelli Mutchler left a small, Midwest American town to prove that Yanks can, and do, chose alternative lifestyles. On the road for five years now, Kelli has tried news reporting and waitressing, bungy jumping and English teaching. Currently working with Burmese women refugees in Thailand, she hopes to pursue a MA in Global Development. Opportunities and scenes for international travel are encouraged on her blog, www.toomutchforwords.com.