Gold Star Productions Inc. is proud to announce the world premiere of “When Time Got Louder” at Frameline, San Francisco’s International LGBTQ+ film festival.
Departing for college, Abbie leaves her parents and brother who has autism and is non-verbal. As she explores her independence and sexuality, she’s torn between her new life and her love for her brother. Starring Willow Shields (“Hunger Games” series), Lochlyn Munro (‘Peacemaker”) and Elizabeth Mitchell (“Lost”).
“When Time Got Louder” will be screening at the historic Castro Theatre on Monday, June 20th at 12:30 PM, following a Q+A with Connie Cocchia and the lead cast. “When Time Got Louder” is written, directed and produced by Connie Cocchia and produced by Jason Bourque and Ken Frith. Our award-winning creative team includes regular Gold Star contributors editor Asim Nuraney (“Drone”, “The Right One”) and cinematographers Nelson and Graham Talbot (“Drone”, “The Right One”).
Frameline is the largest and longest-running LGBTQ+ film festival in the world, with more than 80,000 attendees annually, making it one of the largest film festivals of any kind in the United States.
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