Submerged Queer Spaces

Submerged Queer Spaces (2012) is a documentary film that examines queer history through an approach of urban archeology. As San Francisco grew and gentrified, communities changed, shifted, and were displaced. Bars, restaurants, parks, alleys, bathhouses, and other gathering spots of the queer community were remodeled, repurposed, rebuilt, or destroyed. Submerged Queer Spaces looks at the architectural remains of historic sites and buildings in San Francisco.

Interview subjects

Guy Clark

Gerald Fabien

Jim Fouratt

Doug Hilsinger

Nick Jarrett

JD Taylor

Jim Van Buskirk

Jae Whitaker

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