In her short film 575 Castro St., PlanetOut.com co-founder Jenni Olson plays excerpts from Harvey Milk's final audio recording over shots of the set of his reconstructed San Francisco camera shop from Gus Van Sant's Milk.
575 Castro St. screens in Threat Level: An Evening of Queer Shorts, Wednesday, Dec. 16 at the Nightingale.
The quarterly "Threat Level" program for the first time is screening simultaneously in Chicago and Brooklyn via live video feed.
The program includes Amy Kazymerchyk's Song for a City, Z.A. Martohardjono's Five Haikus for the New York Subway, Global Action Project and Youth Making Media's 3 Queer Mice, Sasha Wortzel's Guess I Won't Make It To Vegas, Lokchi Lam's Untitled Video, Sarah Hagey's Black Bottle, Diane Busuttil's Dirt and Desire, and Katrina del Mar's Gang Girls.
"Threat Level" is Wednesday, Dec. 16 at 7:30 PM Nightingale, 1084 N. Milwaukee. $5-10 sliding scale.