AT THE TRYLON
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(2016, DVD, 100m) dir Jacqueline Gares. On her way to the store with a group of friends, Chrishaun Reed "CeCe" McDonald was attacked. In fighting for her own life, a man was killed. After a coercive interrogation, CeCe was incarcerated in a men's prison in Minnesota. An international campaign to free CeCe garnered significant support from media and activists, including actress and executive producer Laverne Cox. Laverne uses her platform to explore the roles race, class, and gender played in…
The best-of-the-best from the groundbreaking annual GLAS Animation Festival in Berkeley, CA. Showcasing seven bold new shorts from the newest generation to redefine what’s possible in the medium, ANIMATION NEXT takes you on a prismatic journey ranging from subterranean nightmares to sun-soaked coming of age stories — each exploring themes that most grip the modern world. I’m Going Out for Cigarettes by Osman Cerfon (France) Bloeistraat 11 by Nienke Deutz (Netherlands) Fest by Nikita Diakur (Germany) The Night of the…
Northrop Presents Sgt. Pepper’s Lonely Hearts Club Band FREE and open to the public. Sign up for the wait list as all tickets have currently been claimed. (1978, DCP, 113m, PG) dir Michael Schultz w/ Peter Frampton, Barry Gibb, Robin Gibb, Donald Pleasance, Steve Martin, Aerosmith. What do you get when you cross a variety show with a rock opera? Loosely tying together The Beatles’ seminal 1967 album Sgt. Pepper’s Lonely Hearts Club Band with a heaping helping of Abbey Road, this cult favorite…
Past Films in this Series
(2017, HD, 83m) dir Yony Leyser. Started in the 1980s as a fabricated movement intended to punk the punk scene, Queercore quickly became a real-life cultural community of LGBTQ music and movie-making revolutionaries. From the start of the pseudo-movement to the widespread rise of pop artists who used queer identity to push back against gay assimilation and homophobic punk culture, Queercore: How to Punk a Revolution is just that: a how-to-do-it guide for the next generation of queer radicals. Promotional…See More