Bringing to life Michelle Tea’s classic queer memoir of the same name, Valencia radiates with a collaborative spirit, DIY ethos and punk rock attitude. With a different director — each with his or her own cast and crew — taking on each of the book’s 20 chapters, this episodic adaptation still manages to come across as a cohesive project. And throughout the movie, Tea is portrayed by actors of all shapes and sizes — blondes and brunettes, trans men and women, and even Angelina Jolie — making for a quirky take on queer life in San Francisco’s Mission Hill in the mid-1990s. Sun. Oct. 6, 6 p.m., Tampa Theatre.