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*Thurs. 9/14/06* Frameline at the Center FREE screeming  emb-@colage.org
 Sep 12, 2006 13:32 PDT 

Frameline at The Center: Free Screenings for the Community



Directed by Johnny Symons

Thursday, September 14, 2006 at 7:30pm

San Francisco LGBT Community Center
1800 Market Street @ Octavia
Please arrive early as seating is limited!

Co-presented by COLAGE & Our Family Coalition.

What does it take to make a queer baby in San Francisco? Beyond
Conception is a powerful documentary that traces two San Francisco
couples one gay male, one lesbian embarking on a journey of
surrogate pregnancy. Director Johnny Symons (Daddy and Papa,
Frameline26) gains remarkable access into the lives of his subjects,
capturing the entire process, from the couples' very first meeting
through the baby's birth. It's a riveting document of the seismic shift
in family planning happening right here in our own backyard.

Don't miss this special FREE screening of this fantastic film followed
by post-screening discussion with the filmmaker!

With generous support from the Academy of Motion Picture Arts and
Sciences, Frameline proudly presents admission-free screenings at the
San Francisco Lesbian, Gay, Bisexual and Transgender Community Center at
7:30pm on the second Thursday of every month throughout 2006.

Please join us for the second season of Frameline at The Center, a
provocative series of films and discussions focusing on social issues of
particular relevance to the LGBT community. For more info please visit:
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