- Outstanding First Feature: In the Grayscale
- Outstanding Documentary Feature: Alex & Ali
- Audience Award for Narrative Feature: Margarita with a Straw
- Audience Award for Documentary Feature: Game Face
- Audience Award for Short Film: Adrift in Sunset
Frameline39 (2015) Films
Rising singer-songwriter Francesca “Frankie” Del Vecchio (Diana DeGarmo) is engaged to her promising musical career and to frozen-food entrepreneur Tony, happily devoted in equal measure to traditional Italian-American culture, her famiglia, and Mom’s lasagna. Frankie’s bella vita is perfectly peaceful—until a dead body shows up in the trunk of her rental car...
Sarah (Dianna Agron of Glee fame) is trapped in the middle of Nevada, a nowheresville of strip malls and ranch houses, where a night out means drinking at the quarry and a Super Town cashier gig is something to cling to. Sarah’s only refuge is her absent father’s defunct vintage shop — and even that’s up for sale.
Your favorite Oakland webseries, Dyke Central, is back with everything you’ve missed since the pilot’s debut at Frameline36: the escapades of resident butch lothario, Gin, who vows to never see a woman more than two nights in a row; touching heart-to-heart conversations between buddies, made sweeter with chocolate edibles...
In his dazzling and giddy glitter-bomb of a film, the always inventive British-born director Peter Greenaway imagines what might have happened to the great Soviet filmmaker Sergei Eisenstein during a pivotal period of artistic and sexual awakening while sojourning in Mexico in 1931 to shoot a film he nearly couldn’t finish.
In 1966, Yvonne Rainer, a young dancer and choreographer from San Francisco, already a founding member of the vastly influential Judson Dance Theater, made an unconventional solo that became a decisive moment in the history of contemporary art. Director Jack Walsh’s inviting portrait of Yvonne Rainer begins with Trio A’s pivotal turn, which forced new ways of seeing performance and the body...