Frameline Voices

Frameline Voices is a curated program of short films and episodic content representing experiences unique to LGBTQ+ people and communities. Voices fosters career advancement for queer, transgender and non-binary creators through the exhibition of their work, and in so doing, diversifies and equalizes mainstream media representations of LGBTQ+ people.

Frameline Voices is generously funded by the National Endowment for the Arts.

The newest VOICES in our collection!

Directed by Nyala Moon, 2022, USA, 12 minutes

How Not to Date While Trans is a break-the-fourth-wall, dark comedy that follows the dating life of a black trans woman and the problematic men she meets along the way. Andie searches for romance and self-love but ends with heartbreak.
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Directed by Snowflake Arizmendi-Calvert, Roberto Fatal, XAV S-F, 2022, USA, 12 minutes

Inspired by the sacred and ancient relationship between Chaac, the Mayan deity of Rain, and Yum, the Mayan deity of corn, this short erotic drama tells a story about two queer, Mayan-descended Two-Spirits who meet at a queer San Francisco bar. Upon touching and dancing with one another they realize their connection is ancient.
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Directed by Beck Kitsis & Chris McNabb, 2022, USA, 10 minutes

With gender and identity in flux, Corey and Mia struggle to redefine their relationship.
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Directed by Gaby Dunn, 2022, USA, 5 minutes

A non-monogamous queer couple grapples with a pregnancy test after one of them has an unprotected one-night stand. Knocked Up but if Seth Rogen was pregnant.
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Directed by Emily May Jampel, 2022, USA, 8 minutes

Two Asian American teenagers meet in the bathroom of a Chinese restaurant while having dinner with their families.
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