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Marc Huestis is an award winning filmmaker, camp impresario and social activist.
He is best known for his sold-out in-person tributes/benefit events spanning two decades and feting such legendary names from Hollywood's Golden Age such as Debbie Reynolds, Ann-Margret, Ann Miller, Jane Russell, Sandra Dee, Tony Curtis, Patty Duke, Kim Novak and Rita Moreno to cult personalities such as John Waters, as well as his motion pictures Whatever Happened to Susan Jane? (1982) his camp classic fiction feature delving into the wild demimonde of the early ' 80s New Wave/Punk scene in San Francisco; the acclaimed documentary Chuck Solomon: Coming of Age (1986) amongst the first wave AIDS documentaries; and Sex Is Š winner of the Teddy Award for Best Gay Film at the 1993 Berlin International Film Festival. He is a co-winner of the 2001 Frameline Award in Recognition as Co-Founding the SF Frameline LGBT Film Festival (now the largest & oldest in the country), and recipient of the SF Bay Guardian's Lifetime Achievement Goldie Award in 2010.
His memoir Impresario of Castro Street (2019) marked his debut as an author and garnered critical praise. Lauretta Molitor's documentary about Huestis Impresario debuted at the 2022 Frameline Fest to impressive reviews.

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Feb 14, 2023  A Victor/Victoria Valentine

The evening of romance included a live interview with enchanting Lesley Ann Warren, queried by the legendary Bruce Vilanch. She discussed her remarkable career-from her breakout performance in 1965’s CINDERELLA, to her Oscar nominated portrayal of dumb blonde Norma Cassady (Pookie...I'm hoooornnny") in Blake Edwards’1982 gender bender VICTOR/VICTORIA.