Film Programming

Kolmel W Love has programmed film screenings independently and for Frameline: SF International Film Festival in 2013 & 2014, and The National Queer Arts Festival in 2012. Here are some gems!!!

2014

THE GEM PEOPLE

Ahogo-Ice Cream, Alisa Goddess

Ahogo-Ice Cream, Alisa Goddess

How does one survive an encounter with death, a silent men's retreat, or an evening at T.G.I. Friday’s? Watch and learn. Read More

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Bendik & The Monster, Frank Mosvold

Bendik & The Monster, Frank Mosvold

Jimmy Carter, Chelsea Manning, lesbian penguins, and two rabbits named Tord share the spotlight in an animation program that is as wild as it is poetic. Read More

HOME GROWN

Housing First, John Smathers

Housing First, John Smathers

From first love to the fight for fair housing, take a look into what lingers in the hearts, minds and pants of those who proudly call the Bay Area their home. Read More

LOCAL LEGENDS

Heklina, Brian Favorite

Heklina, Brian Favorite

Join us in celebration of these local legends as the artists share stories about their lives that are raw, brave, entertaining and above all else, inspiring. Read More


2013

RATS IN GLITTER

GET ANIMATED! 2013

I LEFT MY EX IN SAN FRANCISCO

From psychiatric evaluations to avant-garde karaoke music videos, these dancers, directors, activists, and deserters endeavor to get things right (or defiantly wrong).  Read More

What do 10,000 still photographs, 1980s video games, and moustached spiders have in common? This program!  
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The rarely-clothed, pregnant, dance-crazed, and death-consumed are let loose in San Francisco to wreak havoc and break hearts in this shorts program featuring Bay Area talent. Read More


2012

THIS IS FILM. THIS IS MAGIC. THIS IS SOME SORT OF CRAZINESS THAT QUEERS DO.
Imagined, curated and produced with Lex Sloan for the National Queer Arts Festival.

Why, for the love of it all, must we always watch Brakhage? Join local filmmakers and freaks in celebration of experimental film/video being made today. Film, music, performance and a little magic create this live event. Don’t hear about it later. This is an experience that can’t be recreated.

In honor of  the 50-year anniversary of Canyon Cinema’s groundbreaking San Francisco screenings… Read More