SF: CAAM Celebrates Pride Month!

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CAAM is proud to be a co-presenter at Framline Film Fest, a.k.a the San Francisco International LGBT Film Festival (founded in 1977), the longest-running, largest and most widely recognized LGBT film exhibition event in the world. As a community event with an annual attendance of 60,000, the Festival is the most prominent and well-attended LGBT arts program in the Bay Area. Frameline’s mission is to change the world through the power of queer cinema.  As a media arts non-profit, Frameline’s programs connect filmmakers and audiences in San Francisco and around the world.

JUNE 25: In celebration of Pride Month, join us for a fun, FREE and lively mixer on June 25th at QBar (456 Castro St.)! Hosted by Frameline37 and The Center for Asian American Media (CAAM), this is your opportunity to meet and greet with selected filmmakers and special guests showcased at the 37th Annual San Francisco International LGBT Film Festival.

CAAM is co-presenting these upcoming films at Frameline (SF LGBT Film Festival, June 20 – 30) …. so check ‘em out!
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It Gets Better (June 27):  Thailand , 2012 , 103 min. From the countryside to a flashy resort cabaret in Thailand, seekers find rejection and love in this portrait of transgender lives rediscovered and redeemed, directed by a filmmaker who has fought bans against LGBT themes in Thai cinema…http://ticketing.frameline.org/festival/film/detail.aspx?id=2944&FID=50
Be sure to check out the trailer as well!
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White Night (June 28): South Korea , 2012 , 75 min. This contemporary film noir is filled with unforgettable images and complex characters that focus on real world issues about homophobia in South Korean society while capturing the arresting and disturbing exploration of one man’s descent into the unsettling demons of his past…http://ticketing.frameline.org/festival/film/detail.aspx?id=2901&FID=50
You can find the trailer for “White Night” right here!
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Two Weddings and a Funeral (June 29): South Korea , 2012 , 106 min. A young gay Korean doctor marries a lesbian co-worker in order to pass for heterosexual in a gay-unfriendly culture. This produces results both hilarious and tragic as they discover themselves and find fulfillment by accessing a deep courage within…http://ticketing.frameline.org/festival/film/detail.aspx?id=2894&FID=50
Watch the trailer now!

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