Generations: Youth and Elders Making Movies Together

Generations: Youth and Elders Making Movies Together

84 Minute Running Time
Program: Shorts

Frameline and the Bay Area Video Coalition (BAVC) present these short films made by local LGBT youths and elders during this winter’s Generations Film Workshop. The program also includes 20 Straws: Growing Up Gay, by Youth Video OUTreach of Columbus, Ohio, which follows nine Midwestern teenagers as they come into their identities as out, gay youth.
& All That Jazz is the story of two urban lesbians —one young, one old—who find themselves competing for increasingly scarce housing. Homeless Youth in SF follows transient youth forced to survive on the streets of San Francisco. Going in and out of windows of time, myths, memories and selves, a lesbian feminist reviews the phases of a life journey in Changeling. A woman grapples with chronological versus psychological age in Joining the Club. A man struggles to balance the two hemispheres of his brain in Imaging Your [Right]. As demonstrated in Can She Throw Like a Girl, lesbians across the country play softball, and sometimes hardball, for the love of sport and community. Celebrity Trash: The Art of Jason Mecier profiles a local artist who combines traditional portraiture, trailer-park crafts and American pop culture to create unique, 3D celebrity portraits using found objects. — KATE CARROLL

TOTAL RUNNING TIME: 84 minutes

co-presented by

BAVC-Bay Area Video Coalition



Sponsor:

United Airlines

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