Films: Film Programs

Andy Warhol 1960s Gay Cinema

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This series examines the pop art master's earlier queer films and will be capped off with a clips lecture by Yale film professor Ron Gregg. more


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Centerpiece films – one narrative and one documentary – anchor the middle of the Festival. more

Closing Night

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Closing Night features Rob Epstein and Jeffrey Friedman's highly anticipated biopic Howl, starring James Franco as the young Allen Ginsberg. more


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The best documentaries capture the richness of our communities – and we're proud to bring you the best of this year's LGBT documentaries! more

Family Film

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Dottie's Magic Pockets is back! Come see Dottie LIVE with all of her wacky puppet friends! more

Opening Night

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Dive into The Secret Diaries of Miss Anne Lister, the splendid – and true! – tale of an upper-class landowner who's determined to live life on her own terms in Regency England. more


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Frameline34's outstanding shorts are long on entertainment! Whether you want serious, silly, grave, quirky or a combination of everything, this year's shorts program have something for everyone. more


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Showcases are gems that are handpicked by our programmers from the hundreds of outstanding films at this year's Festival. more

South America's New Queer Cinema

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Queer cinema is booming across Latin America, and we're showcasing new works from Brazil, Argentina and Peru. more

U.S. Features

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Bears, Andy Warhol, a Marine home from war, professional dommes, and drag divas all make appearances in this year's eclectic list of U.S. Features. more

World Cinema

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An overwhelmingly strong year of World Cinema entries includes a fabulous high school dance teacher, Spanish poet Jaime Gil de Biedma, boys looking for thrills, a transwoman embroiled in an office romance, youth finding their voices, and German screen legend Romi Schneider, back on the big screen in a film pulled from the archives. more

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