Through the Windows Solarmovie

Through the Windows (2019)

Documentary

A vivid trip down memory lane, Through the Windows celebrates San Francisco’s own beloved Twin Peaks bar. With its sky-high windows looking out onto the corner of Castro and Market, this landmark establishment stands not only as one of the gayborhood’s most beloved establishments but also as a testament to the revolutionary idea that gay people should be seen and celebrated rather than hide in the darkness of alleys and blacked-out windows. Whether you’re a regular who thinks of the bar as “Cheers for Queers” or a passerby, this snappy locally-produced documentary is chock-full of familiar faces and fascinating stories. Deeply personal interviews provide a history of this lesbian-owned bar as well as the Castro area—a blue collar Irish-Italian community in the ‘60s that became a gay mecca in the ‘70s, endured the health crisis of the ‘80s, and has served as a sense of home, family, and emotional nourishment for so many in our community every day of its 47-year history.

Through the Windows Solarmovie
Release Date: 2019-06-24
Status: Released
Run time: 56 min / 0:56
Production Country: United States of America

Casts

Crew

Directing Bret 'Brook' Parker Director
Production Bret 'Brook' Parker Producer
Sound Jake Monaco Original Music Composer
Camera Adam Habib Director of Photography
Editing Anna Wolitzky Editor
Directing Petey Barma Director