- Audience Award for Narrative Feature: Grief
- Audience Award for Documentary Feature: One Nation Under God
- Audience Award for Shorts (tie): Intrepidissima and Deaf Heaven and Chicks in White Satin
- Audience Award for Video: Homoteens
Frameline17 (1993) Films
Young Jonathan moves to the city, but can’t find happiness. He meets the older Thomas, who recently returned from years abroad and is hiding the fact he’s been diagnosed with AIDS. The two develop a tender relationship, yet only one of them knows that their time together is about to run out.
With its low budget and lush black-and-white imagery, Gus Van Sant's debut feature Mala Noche heralded an idiosyncratic, provocative new voice in American independent film. Set in Van Sant's hometown of Portland, Oregon, the film evokes a world of transient workers, dead-end day-shifters, and bars and seedy apartments bathed in a profound nighttime...
The fall of the Wall wakes West Berlin up from a deep post-punk slumber, in which at least part of the alternative scene had submerged itself like in a vulture’s nest, right next to the Wall. Deprived of this “protection,” the subculture has to reorient itself: a haunting snapshot of an anarchist-gay reality...