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    'Cloudburst,' 'Kuchu' Tops Winners at 36th Frameline Film Festival

    Thom Fitzgerald’s "Cloudburst" and Katherine Fairfax Wright and Malika Zouhali-Worrall's "Call Me Kuchu" topped the winners of the audience awards at Frameline36 the San Francisco International LGBT Film Festival, which came to a close this Sunday.

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    'Vito' to Open Frameline36: San Francisco International LGBT Film Festival

    LGBT nonprofit media arts organization Frameline has announced the 36th edition of its annual film festival: Frameline36.

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    "Wish Me Away" & "Evening Dress" Win at the Historic 35th Frameline

    Bobbie Birleffi & Beverly Kopf's "Wish Me Away" took the award for Outstanding Documentary Feature, while "The Evening Dress" by Myriam Aziza won the Frameline35 Outstanding First Feature prize. In Audience Awards, Stu Maddux's "Gen Silent" won the AT&T Audience Award for Best Documentary and French...

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    Frameline at 35: Organizers Sound off on LGBT Film, Vocal Audiences & 3 1/2 Decades

    Turning 35 this year, Frameline, or the San Francisco LGBT Film Festival, joins the ranks of some of the world's most senior film events. It also has the distinguished title of the world's oldest gay festival, starting as a small gathering back in 1977, but quickly catapulting to screenings in the c...

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    "Gun Hill Road" & "Christopher and His Kind" to Bookend 35th Frameline Among Other Highlights

    Over 200 films from more than 30 countries make up the slate for the 35th anniversary edition of Frameline35, the San Francisco international LGBT film festival. The event kicks off of June 16th with Rashaad Ernesto Green's drama "Gun Hill Road." Geoffrey Sax's BBC-produced dramatization of Christop...

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    "Croquettes" & "Undertow" On Top at Frameline34

    Brazilian film "Dzi Croquettes" by Raphael Alvarez and Tatiana Issa won Frameline34's "Outstanding Documentary Award," while the fest's "Outstanding First Feature Award" went to Javier Fuentes-León’s "Undertow," which screened as the event's Centerpiece. "Postcard for Daddy," meanwhile received an ...

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