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.
In her career as a corporate executive and campaign manager, Frankie Gonzales-Wolfe is used to fighting. As a Latinx transgender woman in San Antonio, she takes on the fight of a lifetime when runs for City Council.
In the midst of an amnesia-causing virus, a trio of cheery young queers explore São Paulo’s vibrant underside where the margins of society thrive. Winner of the prestigious Teddy Award at this year’s Berlinale.
Pat Rocco’s gay erotica made a splash in the 1960s, but he would soon refocus his radical vision on queer liberation. This doc tracks his journey from prominent pornographer to political activist and chronicler.
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.
In similarly suspicious overdose deaths, two gay Black men were found in home of a white, well-connected political donor. Director Michiel Thomas digs beneath the headlines to reclaim the humanity of Gemmel and Tim.
Travelling through the Amazon, Indigenous non-binary/trans artist Uýra uses dance, poetry, and visually-stunning costumes to promote their message of maintaining one’s identity and preserving the environment.
Filmmaker Daresha Kyi (Chavela) details the journey of three mothers who not only embrace their children unconditionally but become advocates fighting against prejudice and anti-LGBTQ+ legislation.
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