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Tuesday, January 27 • 7:30pm - 9:30pm
'But I'm A Cheerleader:' The Peaches Christ Experience with Natasha Lyonne and Jamie Babbit

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SF Sketchfest and Peaches Christ invite you to celebrate this iconic romantic satire the way it was meant to be seen: at the Castro Theatre, surrounded by fabulous drag queens! Jamie Babbit’s first feature film, about a young woman sent to reparative therapy camp for gay kids, premiered in 1999 and challenged oppressive authority in a silly, bracing, and ultimately hilarious way. In attendance will be the film's star, Natasha Lyonne, who also stars in the Netflix hit "Orange Is The New Black" as well as "All About Evil," a horror comedy written and directed by Peaches Christ; as well as the director of the film, Jamie Babbit! $25 All Ages

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Jamie Babbit

Since directing "But I'm a Cheerleader," Jamie Babbit has been very busy. Jamie recently directed "Fresno," starring Natasha Lyonne and Judy Greer. Other films she directed include: "The Itty Bitty Titty Committee" and "The Quiet." Jamie also directs for television, her recent work includes: "Girls," "Looking," "Married," "Brooklyn 99" and "United States of Tara." 
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Natasha Lyonne

Successful on stage and screen, Emmy Nominee Natasha Lyonne continues to display her creative versatility and talent after more than two decades in the industry. | | Working non-stop in 2014, Natasha has completed several films, as well as more currently in production, including: "Sleeping With Other People," opposite Amanda Peet, Jason Sudeikis and Adam Scott, Kevin Smith’s "Yoga Hosers," alongside Johnny Depp, "#Horror" with Chloe... Read More →
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Peaches Christ

Peaches Christ is the alter-ego of writer / director Joshua Grannell. Ms. Chris played host to a summer series of classic and contemporary cult cinema called Midnight Mass which ran for 12 years at Landmark’s Bridge Theatre and became the most successful midnight movie series in the nation, with much of the notoriety coming from Joshua’s infamous pre-show extravaganzas. From the films of Doris Wishman and Jack Hill, to the new... Read More →



Tuesday January 27, 2015 7:30pm - 9:30pm
Castro Theatre 429 Castro St., San Francisco, CA 94114

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