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Frameline39 LGBTQ Film Festival at the Castro Threater



    Frameline39 LGBTQ Film Festival

    Today kicks off one of the most anticipated film festivals of the summer: Frameline39 Film Festival. Frameline is an LGBTQ Film Festival hosted at the Castro Theater in San Francisco. Founded in 1977, Frameline is the longest-running, largest and most widely recognized LGBT film exhibition event in the world. With an annual attendance of 60,000, the festival is the most prominent and well-attended LGBT arts program in the Bay Area.

    Asian Pacific America, NBC Bay Area’s public affairs show with host Robert Handa, featured three Frameline Film Festival producers and directors – Ruth Gumnit and Marguerite Salmon for their film Visible Silence and Tina Takemoto for her film Sex, Politics & Sticky Rice – where they spoke about how their film affects the Asian LGBTQ community.

    See their films and many other great LGBTQ based films June 18, 2015 through July 28, 2015.

    For more information, please click here

    When: June 18, 2015

    Where: Castro Theater of San Francisco

    Time: Please see website for film times