Generations: Youth and Elders Making Movies

This year’s Generations program features eight films made by and for youth and elders; from a doc about Hayward’s annual gay prom to an animated film about finding family in queers—even in outer space. In Angie & Jackie Final Cut, two pros on the festival side of films try their luck behind the camera and discover just how hard film production can be. Now We Can Dance: The Story of the Hayward Gay Prom examines the past and present-day battle for a safe LGBT space. In Make Your Own Montage a superhero comes out and fights the good fight. In Out of the Convent, a group of students learn the history of the Sisters of Perpetual Indulgence. A fun-loving astronaut seeks intergalactic friends in the animated Space is a Lonely Place. In I Choose, The Dinner Party, and Misconnect, Bay Area youth and elders come together through Frameline and TILT’s annual Generations Film Program.

Co-presented by:
Teaching Intermedia Literacy Tools (TILT)

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