Housed within the College of Liberal and Creative Arts at San Francisco State University, the Queer Cinema Project (QCP) aims to connect academic, cultural, and political fields of production, fostering meaningful exchange between emerging and established filmmakers.
QCP serves as a hub for an innovative and rigorous approach to the research, production, study, and distribution of cinema that speaks directly to the many aspects of the Lesbian/Gay/Bisexual/Transgender/Queer (LGBTQ+) experience. QCP organizes its own events as well as collaborates on projects with partners and partner organizations within and beyond SF State.
Learn more about QCP: queercinemaproject.sfsu.edu
Watch the QCP Showcase video: https://vimeo.com/showcase/5948137
Grants From the Jonathan Logan Family Foundation Support LGBTQ Filmmaking
San Francisco State University’s Queer Cinema Project, a program that encourages the production, study, and promotion of queer cinema, received a $25,000 grant from the Jonathan Logan Family Foundation, which has also offered a $25,000 challenge grant to QCP.
Queer Cinema Project receives $77,000 for LGBTQ filmmaking at SF State
The estate of alumna and groundbreaking lesbian filmmaker Barbara Hammer has donated $27,0000 to the Queer Cinema Project, matching a grant challenge from Jonathan Logan Family Foundation. In total, the QCP has received $77,000 from the two generous donors, supporting a new generation of LGBTQ filmmakers at SF State.
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