Matinée screening at Yerba Buena Center For The Arts, San Francisco

Posted on November 14, 2009

By Jennifer Lyon Bell

Yerba Buena Center has great arts cinema programming in San Francisco. They will be running the Cinekink/NYC film festival's national tour, which this year includes Jennifer's film Matinée -- the winner of CineKink's Best Short Narrative Film prize.

Matinée will be screening as part of the CineKink/NYC festival’s national tour of the highlights of their program. Because Matinée won the Best Short Narrative Film prize at the festival this year, it’s been selected as a highlight for the tour at SF’s own Yerba Buena Center For The Arts.

 

CineKink is known as “The X-Rated Sundance” and “The Really Alternative Film Festival”. From the website: “Featuring a specially-selected program of films and videos that celebrate and explore a wide diversity of sexuality, with offerings drawn from both Hollywood and beyond, works presented by CineKink range from documentary to drama, camp comedy to hot porn, mildly spicy to quite explicit — and everything in between.”

 

WHAT: Matinée in the Wanton Female Desire shorts program

WHEN: Friday, November 20, 9:00pm

WHERE: Yerba Buena Center For The Arts, 701 Mission @ 3rd St., SF

HOW: Advance tickets online at Yerba Buena
or by phone at 415.978.ARTS (2787), or at the ticket office during the day. Tickets at the door starting 90 minutes before the screening.

INFO: Full schedule & film info at CineKink

 

If you have a chance to check out CineKink’s other tour programs, do! We highly recommend it. Having seen Saturday’s shorts program during the actual New York festival, we know that the shorts program will be a particular favorite.

 

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