Rainbow Video Collective aims to engage queer and questioning youth to explore their interests through filmmaking. Currently we are working on a documentary exploring the issue of homeless LGBTQ youth in San Francisco. Go here to find out more.
The Q-Doc Project is a feature-length documentary following the lives of queer-identified homeless teens as they navigate the streets of San Francisco. Spanning more than two years, the film reveals the world of youth who, without the support of their family, work… Read More
Rainbow Video Collective engages queer youth to tell their stories both in front of and behind the camera. In partnership with youth organizations in the San Francisco Bay Area, we have provided the space, technical training, and equipment for participants to produce… Read More
Resources for Queer Homeless Youth Larkin Street Youth Services: http://larkinstreetyouth.org LYRIC: Center for LGBTQQ Youth: http://lyric.org/ The SF LGBT Center: http://www.sfcenter.org/programs/youth Huckleberry Youth Programs: https://www.huckleberryyouth.org/ API Wellness: http://apiwellness.org/site/