The Queer Cinema Project

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 collaborating on projects with partners and partner organizations within and beyond SF State.

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.

Learn more about QCP: queercinemaproject.sfsu.edu

Watch the QCP Showcase video: https://vimeo.com/showcase/5948137

News Article:

Grants From the Jonathan Logan Family Foundation Support LGBTQ Filmmaking

San Francisco State University’s Queer Cinema Project (QCP), a program that encourages the production, study and promotion of queer cinema, received a $25,000 grant from the Jonathan Logan Family Foundation, who have also offered a $25,000 challenge grant to QCP. 

 

 

News Article:

Queer Cinema Project receives $77,000 for LGBTQ filmmaking at SF State

Estate of alumna and groundbreaking lesbian filmmaker Barbara Hammer has donated $27,0000 to the Queer Cinema Project (QCP), 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.

 

 

College of Liberal & Creative Arts Funding Initiatives

Students at Commencement

Scholarships

Scholarships provide much-needed support to students to defray the cost of attending the University.

SFSU Ensemble member performing

Ensemble-in-Residence (Alexander String Quartet)

The ASQ is a world-renowed chamber music group which provides artistic distinction to the College.

Planetarium scene

Documentary Film Institute

DocFilm connects students to professionals in the field, and offers faculty development, forums and exhibitions.

Portrait of Paul Longmore

Longmore Institute on Disability

The Institute showcases the expertise, creativity, and value that people with disabilities bring to society.

 

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For More Information, Contact

 

Amanda Todd

Director of Development
College of Liberal & Creative Arts
Email: amandatodd@sfsu.edu
Phone: (415) 405-3827