Frameline42 is the San Francisco International LGBTQ festival and it starts today, in you guessed it, San Francisco! As you might imagine with a festival that runs for 10 days there’s a lot happening! Here’s some of the highlights we have to look forward to.
Providing a cinematic journey of LGBTQI lives, culture, and identity, each year Out on Film assembles a selection of films that attempt to capture just what it means to be queer in contemporary society in often challenging and captivating ways.
With an eclectic career stacked full of acerbic and audacious films, Bruce LaBruce is one of the boldest independent filmmakers of all time. Unafraid to push boundaries (and buttons) and to provoke and scandalize, the Toronto based filmmaker has a rich portfolio of features, shorts,
Founded by UCLA students in 1982, Outfest – which runs several film festivals each celebrating a different aspect of the LGBTQI community and filmmaking – uses the power of movies to promote acceptance and equality for all LGBTQI people.
Founded in 1977, Frameline Film Festival prides itself on being the United States’ first and oldest film fest devoted to lesbian, gay, bisexual, transgender, and queer programming. Since then, Frameline has grown into the world’s largest and longest-running exhibition of queer media.
Vermont’s Ax Wound Film Festival celebrates the work of women in horror during a screaming two-day event. So whether you’re a female filmmaker looking to scare or a horror film fan looking for scares, Ax Wound is set to continue slicing & dicing a tasty
With a thriving independent film community, it’s no surprise Australia’s film fests are so strong. Full of diversity, personality, and social awareness, Australian indie film festivals offer a compelling mix of movies with a vast array of opportunities for filmmakers of all genres and interests.