When one partner exits, another enters, setting off this frisky, charming rom-com set in Northern California. Max is newly divorced, but an encounter with Conrad soon gives Max a new roommate, maybe even a partner.
The models and employees of International Male come together to tell the story behind the phenomenon of the mail-order catalog that revolutionized men's fashion and launched a thousand wet dreams.
Grammy-nominated Australian musician Courtney Barnett has spent a lot of time on the road and a lot of time in her head. Through this intimate doc, we’re privileged to join her in both spaces as she embarks a world tour.
Frameline presents a sneak-peek screening of Billy Porter’s Anything’s Possible. This screening is free – reserve your tickets now.
Bring your blankets, chairs, and picnic baskets for a film experience under the stars. Join us for a free outdoor screening of this exciting new work from local filmmaker H.P. Mendoza at Proxy in Hayes Valley.
Transported back in time through her Super-8 home movies, Bambi, now 86 and said to be one of the first transgender women in France, sits us down for a fascinating firsthand account of trans life in the 1950s-60s.
Hookups, breakups, fuckups, and all the things that happen at night collide in this wild and whimsical collection of queer short films.
Confident teen Nedjma finds herself caught between her friends and romance when she meets Zina, the cousin of a rival in her neighborhood, and is immediately drawn to her, despite knowing that they are destined to be enemies.
Join us for a 50th anniversary screening of a landmark of queer cinema. With an all-female cast, Fassbinder’s razor-sharp classic chronicles a torrid affair between a fashion designer and an aspiring model.
Winner of Frameline’s first Out in the Silence Award, theater and film director Micheal Rice brilliantly explores homo/transphobia within Black communities in this powerful, rich documentary, which will screen on Juneteenth.
A reflection on a short-lived scene with long-lasting impact, this doc traces the evolution of the London club through interviews with club regulars like Boy George, Princess Julia, and members of Spandau Ballet.
Two young songwriters and romantic partners find themselves caught in Hollywood legend Gloria Swanson’s web after she hires them to write a musical version of Sunset Boulevard for the stage.
Sam Feder’s first feature tackles the extremist view of transitioning as an anti-feminist act that taps into male privilege, opening up a vital dialogue between the lesbian, feminist, and transgender communities.
This timely, clip-filled doc reveals the patriarchal power of the "male gaze" in cinema language and its pervasive effects in the film world: from unequal pay to sexual harassment.
Driven by its confident and fiery protagonist, Camila Comes Out Tonight remarks on gender politics, cultural revolution, and the coming of age of an empowered, liberated generation in Argentina.
Offering a rare, years-long look at two supportive mothers alongside their queer youths, Coming to You celebrates the bonds of its two small families, which endure even amid an often-hostile cultural environment.
In these adventurous, sensual shorts, meet characters—a futuristic wanderer, a biker dyke, a naked dreamer, a sultry saxophonist—who cross cities, generations, even states of consciousness chasing fantasies.
The unpredictable dog days of summer are here, and anything can happen. Come get sweaty in a cool theater with some hot summer flings, chance encounters, and long sweltering days that never seem to end.
In this beguiling modern fable, a woman returns home to her family’s dairy farm with her two children as protests erupt around contamination of the local water supply and as strange events begin to occur.
When his cast and crew start ending up dead, a B-movie director finds himself hotly pursued by a horny butch detective, her squeamish partner, and a ruthless tabloid journalist—each on the hunt to unmask the killer.
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