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Screening of MILK with Dustin Lance Black and Cleve Jones on Harvey Milk Day
Castro Theatre
San Francisco, CA
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Screening of MILK with Dustin Lance Black and Cleve Jones on Harvey Milk Day
Join us on Harvey Milk Day, May 22, 2012 for a special screening of the movie, Milk, starring Sean Penn to benefit Harvey Milk Civil Rights Academy.

6:00pm - Doors open and VIP reception begins
7:30pm - Dustin Lance Black, Cleve Jones and Frank Robinson take the stage
8:00pm - Milk begins

VIP ticket holders will be treated to a red carpet, reserved seats, and a pre-show appetizers and drinks reception on the mezzanine level of the Castro Theatre.

VIP tickets are $50. ($52.74 w/ service fee)
Regular tickets are $15. ($16.52 w/ service fee)

Tickets w/ no service fee also available:
Human Rights Campaign Store, 575 Castro Street, San Francisco, California 94114.

Dustin Lance Black is an American screenwriter, director, film and television producer, and LGBT rights activist. He has won two Writers Guild of America Awards for his work on the television series Big Love and an Academy Award for the 2008 film Milk.

Cleve Jones is an activist and founder of the NAMES project AIDS memorial quilt. Cleve was befriended by Harvey Milk in the 1970's and worked as a student intern in his office after Milk was elected to the Board of Supervisors.

Supervisor Scott Wiener is scheduled to appear after the City Council meeting that night.

Milk's speechwriter Frank Robinson will also speak.

Harvey Milk Civil Rights Academy is a small public elementary school in the Castro District in San Francisco. Our mission is to empower student learning by teaching tolerance and non-violence, celebrating our diversity, achieving academic excellence, and fostering strong family-school-community connections. This fundraiser will support educational enrichment, including the after-school, science, arts, nutrition and civil rights programs.

We gratefully acknowledge our sponsors:
Human Rights Campaign, Swirl, 440, Southern Wine, KASA, 4505 Meats, La Mediterranee, Shoe Shine Wines, Vine Connections, Canela Bistro Bar



Castro Theatre (View)
429 Castro Street (at Market)
San Francisco, CA 94114
United States

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Film > Movies
Other > Charity
Other > Fundraisers
Social > LGBT

Kid Friendly: No
Dog Friendly: No
Non-Smoking: Yes!
Wheelchair Accessible: Yes!


Owner: Michelle Lutz
On BPT Since: Mar 03, 2012


Question: Hello, can I bring an under-21-year-old guest to the show?
Answer: Hi, Yes, you can bring someone under 21. The movie is rated R, for adult content and violence.
Question: Are the VIP tickets assigned ahead of time? Can I pick my seats?
Answer: We will have a reserved area for VIPs. Unfortunately, we are not reserving specific seats for individuals.
Question: I'm coming with family- will the nude men be there?
Answer: No, there will not be any nude men in the theatre.

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