The Watermelon Woman | 20th Anniversary Restoration
San Francisco International Film Festival - May 1st
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Following recent screenings at Berlinale, 13th Gen is delighted that our 20th Anniversary restoration of Cheryl Dunye's legendary Black Queer feature film - THE WATERMELON WOMAN -- will screen this Sunday, May 1st, 2:00PM at the historic Castro Theatre as part of the 59th San Francisco International Film Festival.

If you are local to the S.F. Bay Area, we hope you will join us for this very special screening, which will include an on-stage conversation with the director. Full details below. Here's a lovely article that appeared yesterday in the Bay Area Reporter.

For film programmers worldwide, 13th Gen is handling festivals & community screenings for this beautiful and important restoration. The 20th anniversary celebration and re-release of the film will run through Summer 2017, so please contact us today to request access to a secure screener.

For T.V. buyers & programmers who are already thinking about World AIDS Day, December 1st, 2016, don't forget about our much-loved documentary DESERT MIGRATION, which has screened at 25+ festivals around the globe. See the details with key links below...



USA | 2015 | 81 minutes | Color | 5.1
Directed by Daniel F. Cardone - Produced by Marc Smolowitz

The first comprehensive film about gay men who are HIV+ Longterm Survivors has been called "stark, intense and hauntingly beautiful." Desert Migration is perfect programming for both television buyers and festival programmers looking for a top-tier documentary for World AIDS Day, December 1st, 2016.
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