Generations: Youth & Elders Making Movies Together

Generations: Youth & Elders Making Movies Together


Program: Shorts

Free for ages 18 and under. Please present ID at the door.
Frameline and TILT (Teaching Intermedia Literary Tools) are proud to present this collection of short films made by youth and elders from the local LGBT community during this winter’s Generations Film Workshop.
Do You Get It Yet? asks the question, “What would the world be like if heterosexuality was deemed abnormal and subversive?” Created by an amazing team of LGBT elders, Gray Is a Color depicts a group of older people who come together to celebrate, reunite and reflect — and show us that age is just a number and youth a state of mind.
Art Works begins with a breakup and leads to self-discovery thanks to a secret garden full of eclectic sculptures. Christian, True ponders the meaning of Christianity and wonders if being gay negates one’s religious beliefs. Through interviews and performances, Mothertongue documents the thirty-year history of the Feminist Theater Collective. What a Trip struggles to find comfort and redefine the meaning of “home.” Are May/December romances doomed to failure? Things don’t look good for Kim and Fitz in Shoot It Slant. Three young, self-described “gender queer” individuals discuss gender and perception through personal anecdotes in I Am Not Your Darling. — KATE CARROLL
TOTAL RUNNING TIME: 64 min

CO-PRESENTED BY

Lesbian and Gay Aging Issues Network of the American Society on Aging, LYRIC, New Leaf: Services For Our Community and TILT



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