The Joy of life [videorecording] / a Frameline release ; writer/director, Jenni Olson ; co-producers, Julie Dorf, Scott Noble.

Contributor(s): Olson, Jenni | Dorf, Julie | Noble, Scott (Motion picture producer) | Dodge, Harry | Ferlinghetti, Lawrence | Frameline (Firm)Material type: FilmFilmPublication details: San Francisco : Frameline Distribution, 2005. Description: 1 videodisc (65 min.) : sd., col. ; 4 3/4 inSubject(s): Lesbians -- California -- San Francisco | Golden Gate Bridge (San Francisco, Calif.) | San Francisco (Calif.) | Suicide -- California -- San FranciscoGenre/Form: Documentary films. | Nonfiction films.DDC classification: 306.766/3 LOC classification: HQ75.5 | .J69 2005Production credits: Cinematographer, Sophia Constantinou ; editor, Marc Henrich ; music, Weldon Kees.Voiceover, Harriet "Harry" Dodge and Lawrence Ferlinghetti.Summary: An unconventional blending of documentary and experimental narrative strategies, combining stunning 16mm landscape cinematography with a bold, lyrical voiceover (performed by LA-based artist/actor Harriet "Harry" Dodge) to share two San Francisco stories: the history of the Golden Gate Bridge as "suicide landmark," and the story of a butch dyke in San Francisco searching for love and self-discovery. A film about landscapes both physical and emotional.
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Originally produced as a 16mm motion picture in 2005.

Cinematographer, Sophia Constantinou ; editor, Marc Henrich ; music, Weldon Kees.

Voiceover, Harriet "Harry" Dodge and Lawrence Ferlinghetti.

An unconventional blending of documentary and experimental narrative strategies, combining stunning 16mm landscape cinematography with a bold, lyrical voiceover (performed by LA-based artist/actor Harriet "Harry" Dodge) to share two San Francisco stories: the history of the Golden Gate Bridge as "suicide landmark," and the story of a butch dyke in San Francisco searching for love and self-discovery. A film about landscapes both physical and emotional.

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