Films / Programs

Retrospective

Frameline37 proudly presents several retrospective screenings in this year's Festival including Jamie Babbit's But I'm a Cheerleader and a 20th anniversary screening of Last Call at Maud's.

But I'm A Cheerleader

98M

Natasha Lyonne shines in this John Waters influenced, iconic 1999 cult classic romantic comedy that brilliantly blends hilarity with romance as a high school girl finds the courage to be herself while she is forced to attend an extremely campy ex-gay program.

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Last Call at Maud's

USA, 1993, 77M

Some genuinely wild women take center stage in Paris Poirier’s vivacious and historical documentary about Maud’s, the longest-running lesbian bar in the United States. One of the first films to receive Frameline Completion Funding, and a smash hit at the Festival the first time around, Frameline is proud to screen the 20th Anniversary screening of this witty and informative lesbian cla

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A Nightmare on Elm Street 2: Freddy's Revenge

USA, 1985, 87M

Frameline37 and Peaches Christ present A Nightmare on Elm Street 2 with the film’s scream queen star himself Mark Patton appearing live and in-person! Don’t miss this special Midnight Mass presentation of perhaps the gayest horror movie ever made.

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