Film Showing | Submerged Queer Spaces


An innovative documentary that views San Francisco queer history through the lens of urban archeology. As the city grew and gentrified, bars, restaurants, parks, bathhouses and other GLBT gathering spots were repurposed, rebuilt or destroyed. "Submerged Queer Spaces" takes viewers on a poignant tour of these lost cityscapes, drawing on archival images from the GLBT Historical Society and on interviews with elders who recount astounding and at times hilarious memories.

Director Jack Curtis Dubowsky and cinematographer Wilfred Galila will answer questions following the film.

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Admission: $5.00; free for members.


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