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Gathering at their bee-keeping relatives, a Basque family grapples with their eight-year-old’s increasing distress over gender. Their love and loyalties will be tested in this sensationally moving drama.
A conversation over brunch between a Filipino literature professor and his former student becomes a cat-and-mouse game: power dynamics shift, secret relationships are revealed, and at times we wonder, who is schooling whom?
In this year's Out in the Silence Award recipient, two young men form a powerful connection with one another in Nigeria, where homosexuality is illegal. Winner of the Teddy Award at the Berlinale.
With jaw-dropping visuals, this docu-fiction hybrid weaves a dazzling tapestry of young queer life in the city of Medellín alongside the ever-present phantoms that haunt the streets of Colombia's infamous city.
Adapted from the beloved YA novel, this joyful story of boys on the cusp of manhood follows the blossoming friendship between Aristotle and Dante, two Mexican American teenagers growing up in late-‘80s Texas.
Using footage from over 125 gay adult films, Ask Any Buddy is a kaleidoscopic snapshot of gay life from the 1960s to the early ’80s. Directed by queer film historian Elizabeth Purchell, based on her successful podcast of the same name.
Robin is trying to fit in at a new school (even if the other kids can’t figure out if they are “a boy or a girl”). When Robin befriends a stand-offish bully, they begin to discover the pitfalls of conformity.
An unexpected crush turns a camping trip into a weekend of self-discovery for awkward 14-year-old Jamie, in this heart-warming story of a bear cub in training.
In this modern riff on the classic Frankenstein story, a nurse and a morgue pathologist develop a complex and terrifying relationship when one discovers that the other has developed a way to reanimate dead tissue.
Blue ID is a story about privacy versus isolation and being an out transgender public figure in Turkey, which holds extremely strict distinctions between male and female… and deadly consequences for those who defy.
Co-written by director Emma Seligman and star Rachel Sennott (Shiva Baby, Frameline44), Bottoms follows two unpopular girls — PJ (Sennott) and Josie (Ayo Edebiri) — in their senior year who start a fight club to try to hook up with cheerleaders.
In the '50s, trans women found refuge in Casa Susanna, a remote house in the New York Catskills where they were able to express their authentic selves. This riveting doc reunites many of Casa Susanna's former guests.
Is Kevin Smith's Chasing Amy — where Ben Affleck falls for out queer Joey Lauren Adams — a straight man’s lesbian fantasy run amok, or does it actually depict the nuances of pan- and bisexuality better than many films made today?
Offering a vital survey of Kevin Smith’s divisive 1997 boy-meets-lesbian romcom Chasing Amy, a young director charts the complicated legacy of the first queer film he ever saw and how it saved his life.
A recent college graduate (Natalia Dyer) falls into a seductive social life and a triangle of attraction with two new friends, party girl Tyler (Rachel Keller) and the more reserved, thoughtful Danny (Danny Ramirez).
An underground band of radical Black queer HIV+ activists take to the streets of NYC to combat conservative politicians and government apathy towards AIDS. Frameline proudly presents the world premiere of this pristine 4K restoration.
When an all-white women's organization tries to solve their diversity problem by assembling the perfect mix of marginalized people for an all-inclusive manifesto, this leads to breakups, breakdowns, and a near-break-in, in this comedy.
Eman is an all-around badass, fully active in her queer Muslim community. That is... except when she goes home to visit her traditional mother, who has no idea that she’s queer.
A fascinating, emotional history lesson from director Jeffrey Schwarz (Vito; I Am Divine), Commitment to Life dives deep into the true, twisty story of the fight against HIV/AIDS in Los Angeles in the early 1980s.
Cora (an amazing Megan Stalter) senses her open relationship is on the rocks. When the struggling musician and messy millennial goes home to Portland to win her girlfriend back, she realizes it’s much more than her love life that needs salvaging.