After its sold-out opening on Friday, June 21, Valencia, a mega-collaboration shaped by filmmaker Hilary Goldberg and Michelle Tea of Radar Productions, has been scheduled for a second screening on Monday, June 24, 4 p.m., at the Castro Theater in San Francisco. The screening is part of the International LGBT Film Festival, produced by Frameline. The film features 17 directors along with Goldberg–each of whom created a chapter of Tea’s coming-of-age novel, Valencia, and each of whom used a different cast.
Also on June 24, at 7 p.m., the GLBT History Museum is hosting a panel discussion among some of the the Valencia filmmakers about their casting choices. The panel, moderated by Michelle Tea, features Hilary Goldberg, Cheryl Dunye, Chris Vargas, Greg Youmans, Jerry Lee Abram, and Olivia Parriott. Admission is $5.
On Tuesday, June 25, at 7 p.m., viewers can see additional, personal work by some of the filmmakers behind Valencia at Viracocha. Admission is $10.
On Wednesday, June 26, the GLBT History Museum is hosting the panel discussion, “Debauchery and Romance in VALENCIA,” featuring a number of the Valencia filmmakers. Admission to the discussion, moderated by Michelle Tea, is $5.