The Docs of Frameline Are Excellent Mix of Historic and History Making

by Kevin M. Thomas @reelkev Documentaries at Frameline 40, San Francisco’s LGBT Film Festival, are extremely topical, making this one of the best Frameline festivals ever. While not all movies were available to screen, and due to time contraints I haven’t seen all of the options, but here’s a few highlights. “Southwest of Salem:  The […] Click to read more »

“The Surface” Will Make a Splash at SF’s Frameline LGBTQ Film Festival by Kevin M. Thomas

A tender, romantic story that is seeking out a niche market is making its world premiere at Frameline, San Francisco’s LGBTQ film festival. “The Surface” is just starting the festival rounds and will be seen for the first time in front of an audience at the Castro Theatre on Saturday, June 27 at 6pm. The […] Click to read more »

San Francisco’s LGBT Frameline Film Fest Has Plenty To See by Kevin M. Thomas

  It wouldn’t be fair to provide a Top Ten list of films from this year’s Frameline 36, the San Francisco International LGBT Film Festival. After all, I haven’t seen all 217 films (but at the moment, I have screened 57…not bad). Perhaps the opening night film “Vito” or the closing “Cloudburst” would be among my […] Click to read more »

Gay Southern twin’s road to “Dollywood” is paved with emotions and prejudice by Kevin M. Thomas

I have made a new friend. Well, not a real life friend yet but steps better than a Facebook friend. Gary Lane truly shows his southern charm when we chatted about the movie “Hollywood to Dollywood” which played at this year’s OutFest in Los Angeles and will play next year at San Francisco’s Frameline LGBT […] Click to read more »