- Audience Award for Narrative Feature: Edge of Seventeen
- Audience Award for Documentary Feature: Dear Jesse
- Audience Award for Short Film: Sleep Come Free Me
- Audience Award for Animation: Dirty Baby Does Fire Island
Frameline22 (1998) Films
Transsexual, butch, lesbian, fag, hermaphrodite, woman, man, he, she, it: Labels and pronouns slide, collide, and become useless in this chilling account of the triple-murder of gender ambiguous young Nebraskan Brandon Teena and two acquaintances. Filmmakers Susan Muska and Greta Olafsdottir admirably...
Mixing stop-motion animation with live action, Dirty Baby Does Fire Island tells the story of a naive baby doll named Dirty Baby who washes onto the shores of the Fire Island Pines. Dirty Baby experiences the decadent lifestyles of the community's inhabitants, learning all about sex, drugs and working out.
A singular work in film history, Chantal Akerman’s Jeanne Dielman, 23, quai du Commerce, 1080 Bruxelles meticulously details, with a sense of impending doom, the daily routine of a middle-aged widow — whose chores include making the beds, cooking dinner for her son, and turning the occasional trick.
Planting Seeds highlights three seminal films from the avant-garde tradition which have directly influenced generations of queer film makers. Though made under very different circumstances, these films show an uncanny relationship to each other on a formal level.