The full lineup for Frameline46 Fest, the San Francisco International LGBTQ+ Film Festival, has now been revealed!
The event, which will take place between June 16 and 26, will feature films such as Hulu’s Fire Island starring Joel Kim Booster, Bowen Yang, and Margaret Cho; Prime Video’s My Fake Boyfriend starring Keiynan Lonsdale, Dylan Sprouse, and Sarah Hyland; as well as Pixar’s Lightyear prequel with voice acting by Chris Evans.
The festival will also include screenings of upcoming queer TV shows such as Peacock’s reboot of Queer As Folk starring Fin Argus, Ryan O’Connell, Jesse James Keitel, and Johnny Sibilly as well as Prime Video’s TV series reboot of A League of Their Own starring Abbi Jacobson, Chanté Adams, D’Arcy Carden, and Priscilla Delgado.
Frameline executive director James Woolley said in a statement:
“We are beyond excited to welcome cinephiles back to in-person screenings at San Francisco’s historic Castro Theatre – which celebrates its 100th birthday during the festival – as well as other venues around the Bay Area. It is our hope that this year’s festival will remind us of the importance of community and connection, as well as continue to inspire change through film.”
Frameline director of programming Allegra Madsen added:
“This year’s festival builds on Frameline’s long-standing commitment to celebrate and amplify queer voices. Exploring themes ranging from queer family histories to confronting the future with a world in a state of flux, the diverse lineup of films shed light on what it means to be queer around the globe.”
Overall, Frameline46 Fest will be screening more than 125 films from 30 different countries. Per the release, this “11-day festival includes 17 world premieres, eight North American premieres, five U.S. premieres, 28 West Coast premieres, 44 San Francisco Bay Area premieres, and spans narrative features, documentaries, episodics, and shorts programs. With the theme ‘The Coast is Queer,’ the all in-person festival will take place at theatres and venues throughout the San Francisco Bay Area, including the Castro Theatre, Roxie Theater, SFMOMA, AMC Kabuki, and Proxy in San Francisco; and the New Parkway Theater in Oakland.”
The complete lineup of films, TV shows, and events featured at Frameline46, as well as information about tickets and passes for the festival, are now available at Frameline.org.