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LGBT Film Festival Begins with An Englishman in New York

Billed as the consummate tale of homosexuality in the 20th century, Richard Laxton’s An Englishman in New York kicks off the Frameline San Francisco International LGBT Film Festival tonight at the Castro Theatre.

Foreign Cinema: Divided Attention-Span Theater for Multitasking Eaters and Watchers (and Frameline Absentees)

The San Francisco Gay and Lesbian Film Festival bursts proudly forth next Thursday with the Opening night film An Englishman In New York, (the sequel to the 1975’s The Naked Civil Servant.) The film is followed by a Gala opening party at the newly renovated Terra Gallery, with drinks and drag and oodles of hoopla.

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