CONCORD SCREENING–FANNY: The Right to Rock

  WEST WIND SOLANO DRIVE-IN, CONCORD–With their long, wild hair now streaked with gray, if not outright white, the women of Fanny still know how to rock. The band—comprised at various times of musically self-taught sisters June and Jean Millington, Brie Howard Darling, Nickey Barclay, Alice de Buhr, and Patti Quatro—kicked down the door for […]

ONLINE STREAMING–FANNY: The Right to Rock

  ONLINE STREAMING–With their long, wild hair now streaked with gray, if not outright white, the women of Fanny still know how to rock. The band—comprised at various times of musically self-taught sisters June and Jean Millington, Brie Howard Darling, Nickey Barclay, Alice de Buhr, and Patti Quatro—kicked down the door for the likes of […]

ONLINE–Frameline Talk: Women in Rock

  ONLINE–A talk with talent and producers from Frameline45 documentaries FANNY: The Right to Rock and Invisible focusing on the unbelievable talent of women in the music industry and the struggle for recognition. Deemed “one of the most important female bands in American rock” by David Bowie in Rolling Stone, Fanny kicked down the door […]

SAN FRANCISCO–No Straight Lines: The Rise of Queer Comics Screening

SAN FRANCISCO–From Tom of Finland to Dykes to Watch Out For, comics and zines have been firmly embedded in queer culture since before Stonewall, through the AIDS epidemic, and continuing through today’s modern obsession with superheroes. But this deeply queer artform finally gets its true moment in the limelight thanks to Peabody Award winner Vivian […]

LOS ANGELES SCREENING–FANNY: The Right to Rock

  LOS ANGELES ASIAN PACIFIC FILM FESTIVAL–David Bowie was quoted in saying “Revivify Fanny. And I feel my work will be done.” An affecting documentary, FANNY: THE RIGHT TO ROCK carries on the work that one of their biggest supporters started and is a definitive proclamation on the significance of one of the most under-appreciated […]

SAN FRANCISCO SCREENING–FANNY: The Right to Rock

  SAN FRANCISCO UNITED NATIONS ASSOCIATION FILM FESTIVAL–Sometime in the 1960s, in sunny Sacramento, two Filipina-American sisters got together with other teenage girls to play music. Little did they know their garage band would evolve into the legendary rock group Fanny, the first all-women band to release an LP with a major record label. Despite […]

PALM SPRINGS–No Straight Lines: The Rise of Queer Comics Screening

PALM SPRINGS–From Tom of Finland to Dykes to Watch Out For, comics and zines have been firmly embedded in queer culture since before Stonewall, through the AIDS epidemic, and continuing through today’s modern obsession with superheroes. But this deeply queer artform finally gets its true moment in the limelight thanks to Peabody Award winner Vivian […]

CATHEDRAL CITY–No Straight Lines: The Rise of Queer Comics Screening

CATHEDRAL CITY–From Tom of Finland to Dykes to Watch Out For, comics and zines have been firmly embedded in queer culture since before Stonewall, through the AIDS epidemic, and continuing through today’s modern obsession with superheroes. But this deeply queer artform finally gets its true moment in the limelight thanks to Peabody Award winner Vivian […]

PALM SPRINGS–No Straight Lines: The Rise of Queer Comics Screening

PALM SPRINGS–From Tom of Finland to Dykes to Watch Out For, comics and zines have been firmly embedded in queer culture since before Stonewall, through the AIDS epidemic, and continuing through today’s modern obsession with superheroes. But this deeply queer artform finally gets its true moment in the limelight thanks to Peabody Award winner Vivian […]