| An evening of short films by an important pioneer of queer cinema, Pat Rocco. Special thanks to the UCLA Film & Television Archive. These films contain adult content. Part of "Free to Love: Cinema of the Sexual Revolution", Jan. 10-Feb. 15, 2014.
Introduced by Whitney Strub
A Special Friend, 1967, 15 min.
A Matter of Life, 1968, 14 min.
Sex and the Single Gay (trailer), 1970, 4 min.
Breath of Love, 1969, 20 min.
How to Shoot a Nude on the Freeway, 1969, 4 min.
Sign of Protest, 1970, 20 min.
Yes, 1968, 23 min.
Discovery, 1969, 12 min.
This film is part of a month-long film festival, Jan. 10-Feb. 15 "Free to Love: Cinema of the Sexual Revolution." There are several other films in this series, gay and not gay but are still fun, including:
* Pink Narcissus (Jan. 11) Fantasies of a gay male prostitute.
* Deep Throat (Jan. 11) Cult classic straight porn;
* Fritz the Cat (Jan. 18) Animated straight porn;
* The Set (Jan. 23) A working class guy has an affair with a male student who is part of Sydney's High Society.
* Score (Jan. 24) A bisexual couple seduces newlyweds.
* Pat Rocco Shorts (Jan. 31) A pioneer of queer cinema.
* Boys in the Sand (Feb. 1) A gay porn spoof
* Barbarella (Feb. 1) Jane Fonda as a sexy interstellar astronaut who sleeps with assorted shirtless winged and hairy men on her quest to find Dr. Duran Duran.
* It is Not the Homosexual Who is Perverse, But the Society in Which He Lives (Feb. 8)
* Barbara Hammer: Early Short Films (Feb. 13) Lesbian shorts. Barbara Hammer is present at the screening.
* Everything You Wanted to Know About Sex (But Were Afraid to Ask) (Feb. 14). Directed by and starring Woody Allen;