Artists' Television Access

Another Hole in the Head Presents: Highlights from “Dark Rainbow”

Friday, May 31, 2019, 7:30 pm, $7-10

Since 2016, it has been our pleasure to present the Dark Rainbow series–special collections of short Sci-Fi, Fantasy, and Horror films with LGBT+ themes. On Friday, May 31st, we will screen a selection of these films at Artists’ Television Access. Doors 7:30 pm, screening at 8.

Advance tickets:

2016, 16m, USA (Local) Documentary, Horror
The true story of a serial killer who tested the will of the SFPD and the LGBT+ community, during the rise of the Gay Liberation Front. Directed by Bryan William Randal.

2015, 7m, Mexico Horror
Zerch asks his boyfriend Cano to do something terrible for him. Cano, driven by a powerful love, agrees without knowing he is about to sacrifice more than he imagined. Directed by J. Xavier Velasco.

2018, 10m, USA (Local) Science Fiction, Horror
Freya wakes up alone in the desert, confused and separated from her significant other. She searches for answers in an unreliable reality. Directed by Andrew Rodriquez.

2016, 13m, Finland Science Fiction, Horror
A love triangle develops between an artist, his muse, and the spectre of a sentient planet reaching out from light years away. Based on the story by H.P. Lovecraft. Directed by Juho Aittanen.

2018, 28m, USA (Local) Horror
Winner of AHITH’s Audience Award for Best Local Film, 2018. When Michael’s attempt at suicide awakens a psych ward demon, he must stop her before she kills everyone he connects with in the hospital. Directed by Sam Wineman.

2015, 17m, Canada Science Fiction
After the senseless murder of her wife, a woman seeks revenge with the help of nano-bots which suppress her conscience. Directed by Kelly Kuperis.

2016, 15m, USA Horror
[Please be aware that this film includes graphic depictions of homophobic abuse, which some viewers may find triggering.]

Shortly after the passage of the Russian “Gay Propaganda Law,” a young man is kidnapped by a Nationalist gang when he goes to meet an online hookup–but his captors are unaware that he harbors a terrifying secret. Directed by Blake Mawson.

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