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  • The Drive North - Subtitled

    By Frameline
    Featured 4 months ago

    Two youths bicker their way up the East Coast and through a discomforting and poignant transition into adulthood. Using still images, animation, Super-8 and an experimental score composed and performed by the filmmaker, The Drive North subverts the typical coming-of-age tale with social commentary, humor and an understated identity-politics slant. This savvy short demonstrates the skills of the next generation of media makers, seamlessly incorporating an astute sense of self-reflection, rebellion and family relationships.

    Tess Ernst 2003 13 min. USA

    Founded in 1977, Frameline is the nation's only nonprofit organization solely dedicated to the funding, exhibition, distribution and promotion of lesbian, gay, bisexual and transgender media arts. Frameline Voices is a new digital initiative that showcases diverse LGBT stories and expands access to films by and about people of color, transgender people, youth, and elders.

    More information: http://www.frameline.org.

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  • San Francisco youth speak out about gun violence in their community.

    By New America Media
    Featured 4 months ago
    Youth is San Francisco speak out on gun violence. They speak on why they feel it is necessary for young men to carry a gun, and who they feel like is the biggest influenced dealing with guns. This video was created by Valerie Klinker a Mulit-media Journalist for New America Media.
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SFMOMA's Modern Ball 2014

One night, three parties! SFMOMA's Modern Ball 2014 is on April 30, with performances by Holy Ghost! and Passion Pit (DJ set). Details and tickets → http://sfmoma.me/PostModern2014

Published 1 week ago

By sfmoma, San Francisco Museum of Modern Art

Preview: The Story of the Jews with Simon Schama: In the Beginning | KQED

Join Simon Schama to explore the Jewish experience from ancient times to present day. The story of the Jewish experience begins 3,000 years ago with the emergence of a tribal people in a contested land and their extraordinary book, the Hebrew Bible. See broadcast times on KQED at: http://www.kqed.org/tv/programs/index.jsp?pgmid=22086

Published 2 weeks ago

By KQEDondemand, KQED

Bob Dewhurst on San Francisco Open Mic Poetry Podcast TV Show


This is John Rhodes segment of the San Francisco Spoken Word TV Show with John Rhodes and Clara Hsu. Bob Dewhurst is reading in John Rhodes segment. Bob will be reading from his 2 book volume that spans a large part of his period of writing. He is a fixture at the Sacred Grounds Poetry Readings in the Haight.

Published 3 weeks ago

By sanfranciscopoetry

Joan Gelfand on San Francisco Open Mic Poetry Podcast TV


This is Clara Hsu's segment of the San Francisco Open Mic Poetry Podcast TV Show. Joan Gelfand is back as a feature with her new book. Here is a short bio of Joan: Joan’s work has been published in national and international publications, including Kalliope, Levure Litteraire, The Toronto Quarterly, and The Chaffin Journal. Readings include Bowery Poetry Club, Southern Festival of Books, Litquake, The Oakland Museum and the NY Public Library. She has been featured on KPIX, NBC, cable TV and over 20 radio stations. Joan is the Poetry Editor for the “J,” the Development Chair of the Women’s National Book Association and a member of the National Book Critics Circle. Joan’s newest poetry collection is “The Long Blue Room,” Benicia Literary Arts, 2014. Previous books: “A Dreamer’s Guide to Cities and Streams,” “Here & Abroad,” and “Seeking Center.” Her CD, “Transported,” can be found on iTunes. Joan blogs regularly for the Huffington Post and coaches writers.

Published 1 month ago

By sanfranciscopoetry

Saving Luna | KQED

This award--winning documentary tells the true story of a lone baby killer whale named Luna, who was separated from his family. When he befriends the locals of Vancouver Island, different groups — scientists, activists and officials — disagree about the best way to save him.

American broadcast premiere is on KQED Public Television 9 on Wednesday, March 5, at 7:30pm. Check listings at: http://www.kqed.org/tv/programs/index.jsp?pgmid=22047

Published 1 month ago

By KQEDondemand, KQED

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