SF streets closed for Harvey Milk movie

February 8, 2008 8:06:10 AM PST
Traffic will be stopped again Friday night on part of San Francisco's Market Street for filming of a feature movie on former Supervisor Harvey Milk.

Milk was the city's first openly gay supervisor. He was assassinated at City Hall in November of 1978.

Filming took place in the Castro District last Monday night. It continues tonight on Market near Franklin streets from 9 pm until 3 am.

Hundreds of volunteers will be on hand to act as demonstrators for the filming.