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TV Party Films: Toxic Love Mixtape    


Shorts Include:
Fake Love by Juana Everett
Tracy City “Love” Music Video by Katrina Del Mar
Instalove by Tajianna Okechukwu
Jilted by Deanna Anderson
Queenie and the All or Nothing by Benni Quintero
Make Me Moan by Princess Vuvu
1-900-CALL-OUT by Lauren Saldano
Be My Baby by Jacqueline Mary
Love Spell by Eden Savage (TV Party Films)


Periwinkle Cinema Annual TDOR Screening


A selection of short films, not so short films highlighting the talent in our Trans/enby/genderqueer/gender fluid/gender nonconforming/agender community!


Experiments in Queer


As queer people we try to navigate our world with in a time and space that is not always ours. Our Histories unfold in the pages of diaries and in the streets. Moving through night dodging and weaving laughing timelessly lingering in doorways thirsting for kisses. We are queer in the unknown.
An evening of queer experimental film and video.

Jam! by Jack Scott
Statement by Peter Max Lawrence
Autonomat by Anne Fidler and Declan Hurley
3 Eras of Gay Sex in 3 Minutes by Leo Herrera
Writhing by Robert John Torres
The Good Queen by Sequinette
Memoirs of a Geeza by James Krekis
Sunset Ship by Peter Max Lawrence


Kate Bornstein is a Queer and Pleasant Danger


Come kick of Pride week with Periwinkle Cinema's 9th annual June Spectacular! This year we are so pleased to be able to screen Kate Bornstein is a Queer and Pleasant Danger!

For decades, performance artist and writer Kate Bornstein has been exploding binaries and deconstructing gender. And, her own identity. Trans-dyke. Reluctant polyamorist. Sadomasochist. Recovering Scientologist. Pioneering Gender Outlaw. Kate Bornstein Is a Queer and Pleasant Danger, joins her on her latest tour capturing rollicking public performances and painful personal revelations as it bears witness to Kate as a trailblazing artist theorist activist who inhabits a space between male and female with wit, style, and astonishing candor. By turns meditative and playful, the film invites us on a thought provoking journey through Kate's world to seek answers to some of life's biggest questions.


Hanky Code the Movie


Before Internet dating and hookup apps, The Handkerchief Code was largely used by gay men in the 1970’s to distinguish sexual preferences and fetishes in gay clubs and on the streets of places like San Francisco and New York. In Hanky Code: The Movie, Periwinkle Cinema, San Francisco’s queer experimental film collective brings Queer and Trans* filmmakers from across a spectrum of genres, styles, genders, and locations to dissect the code in this epic anthology feature of 25 short films! Each filmmaker or filmmaking team tells a story of a different fetish/color of the code. Films range from narrative to experimental, erotic to animated, with many films redefining the traditional code with colors, patterns, and fetishes up to creative interpretation of the artist.


Happy Sexy 2020


Cum kick off the New Year Periwinkle style and watch some super loud raunchy queer porn! Let’s start 2020 off with a bang! January 15th....touch butts

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A year before, the two couples were at Iris and M.J.'s house for a party when a younger guest, Cricket (Deak Evgenikos), got into a drunken argument; the cross words turned into a fight, and Cricket was accidentally killed. The four women buried Cricket's body and have been keeping the matter a secret, though fliers posted by Cricket's friends suggest they're still looking for her. One evening, a strong, androgynous young woman named Skye (Skyler Cooper) pays a visit to Lily and Carol's home, and Carol, clearly attracted, lets her in even though they've never met. However, Carol soon realizes she's made a mistake -- Skye clearly believes Carol knows something about Cricket's disappearance, and isn't about to leave until the finds out the truth. The Owls (the title is meant to be an acronym for "Older, Wiser Lesbians") was an official selection at the 2010 Berlin International Film Festival.


Music Video Mixtape


Once again Periwinkle Cinema helps keep your summer going with a super fun music video mix tape! Come rock out to some of the latest videos from local queer bands! We are also still accepting submissions for new and not so new videos. We’ll show your punk, country, Indy, emo, noise, experimental, classical videos! or on the facebook
Help us keep the summer party going with this awesome music video mix tape!
Shut Up bu La Femm Bear
Lookin by Big Dipper
Gon Blow by Cakes da Killa
Sick Meat by Church Fire Dir. Lares Feliciano
Our Forbidden Country by Your Heartbreaks Dir. Wes Hurley and Vincent Pierce
Tight Fade by The Younger Lovers
Queer 9
Fault line by Mya Byrne and Neal Eckstein
A Spell for Knowing by Lacey Johnson
Calavera by Centauros Dir. Peter Max Lawrence
I Gotta Man by Sxip Shirey
Homosafe by The Homobiles


                  Dandy Dust


A cyborg with a split personality and fluid gender zooms through time to collect his/her selves in a struggle against a family obsessed by lineage: This cartoon-like futuristic low-budget horror satire by the Austro-British filmmaker Ashley Hans Scheirl turns the real into the absurd, for the duration of a small cybernetic, chemo-sexual film adventure at least. Identity is just a matter of creativity, and far beyond cinemas limitations.

By Ashley Hans Scheirl 94 min


Trans Somnium: Black Ghosts


This Year we had so many films for our TDOR screening we couldn’t include them all, we saved this one for for the New Year!

Trans Somnium: Black Ghosts 93 min
Swedish with English subtitles

In an attempt to reunite with her dead girlfriend, Maya evokes dark forces through occult rituals, with devastating results. She has opened a portal to hell and must now fight to survive against a small band of angry and deadly spirits, who twist and turn her reality into a living nightmare.

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