A free series of screenings and discussions for the queer community.
Frameline is more than your favorite summertime film festival! Enjoy edgy queer film year-round with the Frameline Encore Screening Series in San Francisco and Oakland.
Frameline Encore aims to increase accessibility to diverse queer stories, with an emphasis on films and discussions about underrepresented experiences, such as gender variant folks and queer communities of color.
2016-2017 Season Screenings
THU AUG 25, 7pm at Piedmont, Oakland: CHECK IT
Expected guests: co-director Dana Flor, subject Tray Warren
THU SEP 8, 7pm at Piedmont, Oakland (in celebration of Oakland Pride: SEP 11)
THU OCT 13, 7pm at Roxie, SF: SOUTHWEST OF SALEM: THE STORY OF THE SAN ANTONIO FOUR
Expected guest: Director Deborah Esquenazi
THU NOV 17, 7pm at Piedmont, Oakland
THU DEC 8, 7pm at Piedmont, Oakland
The Roxie, which is the oldest and longest continually-running theater in the United States, remains committed to independent, experimental, and non-traditional filmmakers. We're thrilled to host a monthly queer screening series at this vital community hub.
The Landmark Theatres Piedmont, the oldest operating movie theatre in the city of Oakland will have an extended run through both weekends of the Festival. Its warm atmosphere infuses the rest of Piedmont Avenue's eclectic establishments, where you'll find the ideal place to shop or dine before the show.
Frameline Encore Screening Series is made possible in part with the generous support of: