Rachel Pepper brought so many stories of the early days of Deneuve magazine to AHEAD OF THE CURVE.
Franco remembers: “If you bought your copy of Deneuve in the South, chances are you couldn’t browse the October 1994 issue. It was deemed offensive, so a cobalt shrink-wrapped plastic cover concealed Marga Gomez’s half naked torso, making it impossible to peek inside or even see the cover without buying the magazine.”
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Franco remembers the second Deneuve cover. “Two dancers from SF straddling each other on a motorcycle with a gay flag in the background. If that doesn’t say lesbian I don’t know what does!”
Superhero producer Rivkah Beth Medow tries out an iridescent backdrop for the AHEAD OF THE CURVE set.
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DJ extraordinaire Page Hodel, you have our hearts! So fun to have you on the set of AHEAD OF THE CURVE.
Franco got into the spirit during the riotous Drag Brunch at Toronto’s Glad Day Bookshop, the world’s oldest surviving LGBTQ bookstore, during a visit with Kim Katrin & Tiq Milan. We love you Erin Brockobić!
Today is a huge day for AHEAD OF THE CURVE – We’re making this film because LGBTQ rights remain under attack, and VISIBILITY is one of our most powerful tools to combat discrimination. We’re launching a Kickstarter campaign to help us finish the film! We need your help with 2 things: 1) DONATE any amount […]
These “untold stories” have been told in other venues, such as San Francisco’s GLBT Historical Society Museum. But a kaleidoscopic exploration like this, which proudly focuses on fringe elements, has never filled the galleries of a major museum. Read more here Make sure you see the “Queer California: Untold Stories” exhibit through August 11, 2019.