Join Frameline for two great LGBT-themed film programs at the 30th Annual San Francisco Jewish Film Festival! We're proud to partner with our downstairs neighbors in presenting the following two films: . Tuesday, July 27 9:15pm Castro Theatre Saturday, August 7 9:15pm The Roda Theatre (at Berkeley Repertory Theatre) Meet Socalled (aka Josh Dolgin): musician, arranger, rapper, producer, composer, magician, filmmaker and visual artist, to name just a few of his talents! Blasting through boundaries separating different cultures, eras and generations, Socalled creates a wholly unique sound combining klezmer, funk, soul and hip-hop. Not too shabby for a nice Jewish boy from Montreal. This is a dynamic, kaleidoscopic portrait of an iconoclastic artist at the peak of his powers. Special Live Performance! Socalled and singer Katie Moore following Castro screening. >> Read More & Buy Tickets . Thursday, July 29 8:45pm Castro Theatre Saturday, July 31 7:00pm The Roda Theatre (at Berkeley Repertory Theatre) Defying categorization, the geniuses of world music/klezmer fusion known as the Klezmatics have been breaking ground by continually redefining Jewish music for more than 20 years. Now they get their own movie: part concert film, part backstage drama, part affectionate lesson in remixing Yiddish culture, klezmer, gospel and Woody Guthrie. Their infectious concerts and on-camera candor make for a rousing behind-the-scenes documentary covering four up-and-down years in the life of the band. Join members of the band and the director for a festive Closing Night celebration at the Castro Theatre; Berkeley Opening Night features a post-film reception in the Roda courtyard. >> Read More & Buy Tickets . Check out the complete schedule of films here!