Film

Frameline43’s Robust Full Slate Unveiled: 59 US Premieres, Including 22 World Premieres

 Frameline, the world’s longest-running and largest showcase of queer cinema, is proud to announce the full program for its 43rd annual Festival after unveiling its first 12 titles last month. Frameline43, the San Francisco International LGBTQ+ Film Festival, takes place June 20-30, 2019 in San Francisco, Berkeley, and Oakland. This year’s slate includes 59 films screening for(…)

SF DocFest 2018 Starts May 29

The San Francisco Documentary Film Festival (SF DocFest) returns to San Francisco May 29 – June 13, 2019 for the 18th edition of the festival. SF DocFest will screen 48 acclaimed documentary features and 36 short films from around the world at the Roxie Theater and Brava Theater in San Francisco. Full lineup is available(…)

Judy Garland Comes to Frameline43 in World Premiere Documentary, Plus Gala Selections Revealed

Frameline, the world’s longest-running and largest showcase of queer cinema, is pleased to announce its first slate of high-profile programs and pre-sales—including Opening Night feature VITA & VIRGINIA, Closing Night feature GAY CHORUS DEEP SOUTH, and Centerpiece selections including the World Premiere of SID & JUDY—for Frameline43: San Francisco International LGBTQ+ Film Festival, which takes(…)

The Center for Asian American Media (CAAM) Announces Programming for the 37th Annual CAAMFest, May 9-19, 2019

The Center for Asian American Media (CAAM) is pleased to announce its program for the 37th annual CAAMFest taking place from May 9-19, 2019 in the Bay Area.  This year’s edition of CAAMFest continues to celebrate the diversity and richness of Asian American cinema during the heart of the Asian Pacific American Heritage Month. The 11-day festival encompasses more(…)

The 24th Annual San Francisco Silent Film Festival May 1-5, 2019

The  San Francisco Silent Film Festival is pleased to announce the 24th Annual Silent Film Festival. 2This year’s program features many new film restorations, including one by SFSFF in partnership with Photoplay Productions, Clarence Brown’s The Signal Tower, 1924. Films from ten countries will be represented—Bali, Czechoslovakia, France, Germany, India, Italy, Japan, Sweden, US, and(…)