SOB 1: RIOT is the story of the birth of a revolution, and a celebration of a victory not yet won but—much like justice—inevitable. Seattle Queer Film Festival on October 11, I think that we were really fortunate to be able to open with Freeheld. And I knew what the film really was supposed to look like, but nobody else picked up on it, which was really remarkable.
The technology, first and foremost.
Since then it has grown into the large vibrant event it is today. Dyke Hard is more of a midnight movie that plays with some campy ideas, but definitely has some edgier stuff in it. Traveling from Dieppe to Naples to Paris, Wilde survives thanks to his wit and a bohemian, streetwise underground he entertains with panache. The Seattle Times.
When I first moved to Seattle, it was just before the first festival happened.