The SF Underground Film Festival Program

Wednesday, June 7, 22:30 Cinematheque 4

Tickets are available at 03-6060800 ext. 9
or via this link

The San Francisco Underground Shorts Film Festival – programmed by Peaches Christ & Sam Sharkey

The San Francisco Underground Shorts Film Festival is a unique event that plays host to short films you will not be able to watch anywhere else. It takes pride in showing very sexy films that are the epitome of Underground. These films show things other films dare not. They are critical, powerful, outlandish, and bizarre.

The 67-minute long program will be followed by a conversation with Joshua Grannell (aka Peaches Christ).

A Girl and a Gun
Direction: Jamie DeWolf
U.S., 2014, 6 min., English, no subtitles

Jean-Luc Godard once said, ‘All you need to make a movie is a girl and a gun.’ This short film gives this quote a queer, entertaining twist.

Squirrel Mommy
Direction: Kelly Broich
U.S., 8 min., English, no subtitles

Nina can never have children. Feeling less of a woman, she decides to adopt four young squirrels and become a squirrel mommy.

Crunch Pop
Direction: Grace Raso
U.S., 6 min., no dialogue

Move your body to the sounds of hip 1980s aerobics music. This colorful and upbeat video clip is filled with glitter, snacks, wigs, and flashy outfits.
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Folsom Street
Director: Aron Kantor
U.S., 2015, 5 min., no dialogue

A surprising, sexy musical piece: a BDSM club, several patrons, and quite a few fantasies all come together into a music video where the music is mostly made up of the sounds of whiplash, moans of pain and pleasure, the feel of leather, etc.

2015 Frameline Festival trailer
U.S., 5 min., English, no subtitles

The trailer for Frameline Festival is a homage to the Wizard of Oz, starring Peaches Christ.

Human Behavior
Direction: Brian Benson
U.S., 2010, 6 min., English, no subtitles

Pure black sarcasm in this outlandish, macabre comedy about a little girl with big dreams and a big, big mother who allows her no space for development. Deranged, crazy, at times hilarious and touching and painful at other times. Starring Cousin Wonderlette and Lady Bear.

Life is a Drag Show
Direction: Samantha Sullivan
U.S., 5 min., English, no subtitles

This short, fast, upbeat, and enjoyable documentary allows us to peep into the world of TLVFest guest Joshua Grannell as Peaches Christ, and the world of theater he has created.
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Muppet Party
U.S., 5 min., English, no subtitles

If you thought Sausage Party was coarse, wait until you see just how far Muppet Party takes bizarre and sexy. A muppet goes on the streets of San Francisco to interview male and female genitalia for a TV show. What takes place once the muppet becomes thirsty is something you’ll never forget.

Tick Tock
Direction: Jed Bell
U.S., 2013, 8 min., English, no subtitles

Two relatively-mature nude models, uninhibited an shameless, leave the studio stark naked looking for their clothes that are strewn all over San Francisco, attempting to make it to an amateur stand-up competition.

33
Direction: Vinsantos
U.S., 10 min., English, no subtitles

A stark, black-and-white look at life at 33. What begins as a mid-life crisis quickly turns into the fulfillment of other people’s sexual fantasies as well as development of insights about life.

Cooners
Direction: Maricio Bokakois
U.S., 2010, 02 min., English, no subtitles

A short sexual fantasy about one guy, two raccoons, and a garbage can.

Lipstique
Dir: Kia Simon
U.S., 04 min., English, no subtitles

A cool music video featuring many actors (including Joshua Grannell), plenty of makeup, quite a lot of lipstick, and homage to classic cinema.