It's true what they say, Frameline36 kicks off THIS THURSDAY! Hurry up and get your tickets now before it's too late! To ease the decision making process several film reviews and top film picks have popped up on the internet this week. Check it out!
Four film reviews from the San Francisco Chronical:
"James Dean's mythology is so complex, it's hard to separate fact from fiction, but that only opens possibilities for a filmmaker like Matthew Mishory." : Joshua Tree, 1951 screens Thursday, June 21, 4:15pm at the Castro Theatre.
"A new declaration of queer cinema was made in 1992 with Gregg Araki's The Living End, which is the most '90s thing you'll ever see." : The Living End screens Friday, June 22, 11:00am at the Castro Theatre.
"Oscar winners Olympia Dukakis and Brenda Fricker headline a hilarious yet touching film that resembles an elder lesbian version of 'Thelma and Louise.' " : Cloudburst screens Sunday, June 24, 7:30pm at the Castro Theatre. (Please note that this film is selling out fast!)
From documentary to narrative films, Mercury News weighs in with their top five Frameline36 picks.
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