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  Contributor Biography:  Mark Finch 
Mark Finch, former Exhibitions and Festival Director for Frameline and the San Francisco International Lesbian & Gay Film Festival, was a seminal figure in international gay and lesbian cinema. A native of Manchester, England, he worked for the British Film Institute and programmed the London Gay and Lesbian Film Festival before moving to San Francisco in 1991. He wrote extensively about film for a number of publications, both mainstream and gay and lesbian. He ended his own life, jumping from the Golden Gate Bridge in 1995.

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