Here's a summary of films from Frameline 42 that have already secured theater distribution or TV deals.
Watching Bruce LaBruce's new movie induced flashbacks of woman-only space in all its glory and terror.
Arthur Andrew Kelm has died, age 86. World famous as Tab Hunter, he became an iconic heartthrob in 1950s Hollywood and also enjoyed a successful career as a recording artist.
Documentary director Eugene Jarecki delivers an impressive cast of show-biz heavyweights to give their take on Elvis Presley from the backseat of his 1963 Rolls-Royce.
San Francisco's Roxie cinema, in business since 1909, offers an eclectic array of summer fare ranging from indie master Hal Ashby's best to classics from queer auteur Gus Van Sant.
The Castro Theatre ends June and kicks off July with an arresting series of big dramas from SF's Francis Ford Coppola and NYC-raised expat Stanley Kubrick.
Amidst recent campaigns for recognition of black talent in front of and behind the camera, "Black Powers: Reframing Hollywood" couldn't be more timely.
There are so many lesbians running around now, it's hard to imagine a time when they were at a premium.
A 2017 documentary, shot in 2014, introduces the work of a tall Dutchman named Piet Oudolf, an innovative landscape gardener.
Opening night at Frameline 42 was a rousing good kick-off to the film fest. Co-directors Fiona Dawson and Gabriel Silverman were in the house for the screening of their documentary "TransMilitary."
True fans of Frameline 42, America's longest-running LGBTQ film festival, know that the best of 11 days of queer-themed cinema often screens in the event's final weekend (Thurs.-Sun., June 21-24).
Vivienne Westwood is one of those names you've heard, you know, you've forgotten. Well, it's back in a dynamic new biopic that's restless and breathless.
Welcome to Part 3 of our rundown of 101 summer movies. Here are the films coming up in July.