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Frameline41 San Francisco International LGBTQ Film Festival

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    NEWSLETTERS

    Festival runs June 15-25

    (Published Wednesday, June 7, 2017)

    Support the Frameline41 San Francisco International LGBTQ Film Festival by attending screenings on June 15-25. Frameline41 uses innovative programs to connect LGBTQ media arts with Bay Area audiences and online viewers across the globe. Screening over 100 films for more than 30 countries every year.

    This year’s festival showcases films from a variety of categories including: God’s Own Country (showcase), Alaska is a Drag (US feature), A Date for Mad Mary (World Cinema), I Dream in Another Language (Center piece: World Cinema),and Woman on Fire (Documentary).

    Awards are given in the following categories: The Frameline41 AT&T Audience Awards (Best Feature Film, Best Documentary Film and Best Short Film), Frameline's Juried Awards (First Feature and Best Documentary), and The Frameline Award to honor those who have"Made a major contribution to LGBTQ representation in film, television or the media arts,” The Frameline Award has been given at each festival since 1986.  

    Tickets are on sale and may be purchased online 24-hours a day or at the Frameline41 Box Office, presented by Showtime® 470 Castro Street(across from the Castro Theatre).

    Festival hours are June 15-24 from, 1-7pm.

    Available Services:

    • Walk-up Ticket Sales
    • Membership Services 
    • Festival T-Shirt Redemption (present member card - no voucher required) 
    • Festival Merchandise 
    • General Festival Information

    Special thanks to the premier sponsors of this year’s film festival: AT&T, HBO, Showtime, Wells Fargo, GILEAD, Google, Mucho and Hilton!

    Where: San Francisco 145 Ninth Street, #300 San Francisco, CA 94103 

    When: June 15-25

    More info here