Saturday, November 8, 2014

Reminder: 2014 San Francisco Transgender Film Festival @ Sat Nov 8, 2014 9:30pm - 11:30pm (Queer Things)

2014 San Francisco Transgender Film Festival

2014 San Francisco Transgender Film Festival
Festival Schedule & Program Information

VENUE: Roxie Theater
(3117 16th Street, San Francisco CA)

SATURDAY NOVEMBER 8 @ 9:30pm (+18)

Going Here
What if we could turn places of trauma into places of pleasure? What if we could close our eyes and dream, what if sound guided us through our fantasies? What if our heart beats were louder than halting stops, if we were open to love in scary places? In Going Here, Lyric and Jiz explore the edges of danger, public sex, experimentation, and lust. Featuring Jiz Lee and Lyric Seal. Directed by Courtney Trouble.

Remember that one person from high school so hot EVERYONE wanted to fuck them, but no one dare try? For these four friends that person was Samantha, and as they get high and spin vinyl, one of them claims to remember her just a bit better than the others. Terry lifts the narrative needle, but are they just looking to repeat a past track, or get into a new groove? A soft-core short film directed by Shine Louise Houston. Stars: Drew DeVeaux, Andre Shakti, Ex Libris, Nikki Darling, Dylan Ryan.

Domino and Rain are genderqueer buddies who make their living performing hands-off fetish acts. When a client breaks the rules, the duo must decide how to handle their business. Director: Maria Breaux

CrashPad Behind the Scenes: Emma Claire & Golden Curlz
"Trans women bodies in porn are important." - Emma Claire, CrashPad
Part interview, part blooper reel, and part porn, this Behind the Scenes video features Emma Claire and Golden Curlz as they share the politics behind shooting for Pink & White Productions' San Francisco-based queer porn website, Director: Shine Louise Houston.

Sat Nov 8, 2014 9:30pm – 11:30pm Pacific Time
Queer Things
Larry-bob Roberts - creator

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