Goldberg’s films have screened at over 50 international film and arts festivals including Frameline, Outfest, MIX NYC, Hamburg International Queer Film Festival and Cleveland International Film Festival.


Based on Michelle Tea’s novel of the same name, Valencia is a multi-filmmaker collaborative feature film that premiered to a sold out Castro Theatre at Frameline 2013. Valencia won the Jury Award for Best Experimental Feature at the 2013 Polari Film Festival and the Jury Award for Best Narrative Feature at Chicago Reeling 2013. Goldberg directed Chapter 5 and produced the feature film with Tea.

“Driven more by style and attitude than by narrative, this freeform adaptation of Michelle Tea’s cult novel/memoir is always stimulating…” Variety

Filmmakers in Chapter Order: Aubree Bernier-Clarke, Lares Feliciano, Clement Hil Goldberg, Sara St Martin Lynne and Michelle Lawler, Dia Felix, Silas Howard, Alexa Inkeles, Jerry Lee, Peter Anthony, Sharon Barnes, Cary Cronenwett, Courtney Trouble, Cheryl Dunye, Bug Davidson, Samuael Topiary, Olivia Parriott, Chris Vargas and Greg Youmans, Jill Soloway

Produced by Clement Hil Goldberg and Michelle Tea

Detailed Synopsis: Valencia is a collaboration between a national community of queer filmmakers to adapt the underground classic memoir into a kaleidoscopic vision of San Francisco’s vibrant Mission District in the early 1990s, before the dot-com apocalypse, when the neighborhood functioned as a low-rent playground for a generation of punk lesbians who came of age during the birth of the Queer Nation. Valencia documents the rise of a punk lesbian diaspora through the experience of Michelle, a single rootless twenty-something searching for sex and love, drugs and adventure.

Festivals/Screenings: Frameline, Outfest,Tampa International GLBT Film Festival, Seattle LGBT Film Festival, Polari Film Festival, Hamburg International Queer Film Festival, Berlin Art Porn Film Festival, Olympia Film Festival, Vancouver Queer Film Festival, Milwaukee LGBT Film/Video Festival, Chicago Reeling, MIX NYC Queer Experimental Film Festival, Cleveland International Film Festival, image + nation Montreal LGBT Film Festival, Melbourne Queer Film Festival, London Lesbian and Gay Film Festival, Roze Filmdagen Amsterdam Gay and Lesbian Film Festival