Tuesday, June 3, 2014

Monday, June 2, 2014: Great Films at SF DocFest

SF DocFest gets underway on Thursday, June 5th-19th and has a wide range of female-produced and gender-centered documentaries. This week we preview two multi-faceted locally produced stories:

FIRST FRIDAY, produced by N'jeri Eaton, directed by Mario Furloni, chronicles Oakland's "First Friday" the month after a tragic murder at what Eaton calls the crown jewel of Oakland's cultural scene.

In GOODBYE GAULEY MOUNTAIN: An Ecosexual Love Story, queer activists Beth Stephens and Annie Sprinkle do their bit to stop mountaintop removal in Beth's home community of West Virginia by marrying the Mountain. They bring a mix of humor, art and sexuality to help "green the queer movement."

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Also on the show this week:

PHENOMENAL WOMEN: Remembering Maya Angelou, Stephanie Camp, and Sandra Bem

LIFE AS ACTIVISM: June Jordan's essays in the Progressive.

Click here to listen to the entire show. 59:49 min.

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