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Greetings, Frameline family!

We are beyond excited to return for our 45th edition as the world’s premier LGBTQ+ film festival, homegrown right here in San Francisco. It is also the first Festival for Frameline’s new Director of Programming, Allegra Madsen. Allegra brings an unparalleled background in developing programs that are fun, engaging, accessible, and inclusive—which Frameline45 will provide in spades.

In honor of our big milestone anniversary, we are going BIG in 2021. Frameline45 will be our first nationally streaming festival. Drive-In screenings are returning to SF and Concord, and—for the first time ever—we are co-presenting Pride Movie Nights! We will screen two major film programs on the larger-than-life Jumbotron at Oracle Park, home of the SF Giants. And we are thrilled to be presenting screenings back at our real-life homes at the Castro and Roxie Theatres.

Festival FAQs

What is the duration of the Festival? 
The festival is June 1027 

When can I start streaming films? 
You can start streaming films June 17
at 12:01am PDT.  

What is the best way I can stream all of Frameline45’s online content? 
A streaming pass is the best value to stream all of Frameline45’s online content. Passes start at $95 for Members and  $115 for Non-Members. 

Festival Streaming Passes are now included as a benefit for the Supporter, Dual Supporter, and Patron Membership levels. 

How much are streaming tickets?  

  • General Public: $10
  • Students, people with disability, Seniors: $9
  • Members: $8

Are there any free screenings I can stream?
Yes, 
Taiwan Shorts, Prognosis: Notes on Living, and Queer Coolie-tudes are free. You will still need to reserve a ticket to stream 

Are there any in-person events? 
Yes, we have some screenings at the Roxie and the Castro that are in
-person. Please reference our program guide for more information.  

How much does an in-person ticket cost? 

Roxie Theater 

  • General Public: $16
  • Students, people with disability, Seniors: $15
  • Members: $14

Castro Theatre 

  • General Public: $16
  • Students, people with disability, Seniors: $15
  • Members: $14

How much does the Drive-In cost per vehicle?  

West Wind Solano

  • General Public: $30 (per car, not per person)
  • Students, people with disability, Seniors: $29 (per car, not per person)
  • Members: $28 (per car, not per person)

FORT MASON FLIX

  • General Public: $49 (per car, not per person)
  • Students, people with disability, Seniors: $48 (per car, not per person)
  • Members: $47 (per car, not per person)

Is there a Festival hotline? 
For any and all questions, please contact boxoffice@frameline.org or 415-552-5580 Monday through Friday 10am until 5pm. For after hour support please email info@frameline.org or use the chat box on our website.

Find more information for: Streaming, Live Events, Ticketing, & Accessibility