Frameline has just revealed the program for Frameline46 taking place June 16–26, 2022. The world’s largest LGBTQ+ film festival will feature over 125 films shown over the 11-day festival including narrative features, documentaries, episodics, and shorts programs. This year's theme is “The Coast is Queer.” Although the festival has returned to in-person showings at theatres throughout the San Francisco Bay Area, the there will also be a streaming encore available to film fans in the U.S. that will replay about 75% of Frameline46’s film program.
Movies at this year's festival represent 30 countries. We're sharing 10 of our favorites that will transport viewers — as only film can — to another nation and culture.
Blitzed: The Story of The 80s Blitz Kids And How They Shaped The Decade And Beyond… time travels to London in 1979 where a club called The Blitz drew a crowd of outrageous teenagers, a mix of working class and artschool kids, they would come define the look, the sound, the style and attitude of the 1980s. The Soho equivalent of Studio 54 birthed Boy George, Spandau Ballet, Visage, Ultravox, Sade, and many more.