Xfinity LGBT Film & TV Collection features new and archival Frameline Distribution titles through the end of 2016.
As LGBTQ History Month comes to an end, we are just getting started with content that highlights queer experiences of past and present. We here at Frameline Distribution are proud to announce that through the end of 2016, we have six films available for free on the newly created Comcast Xfinity LGBT Film & TV Collection.
Here at Frameline, we often find ourselves most known for exhibiting films in the Bay Area, although we have been distributing films nationally and internationally for over 35 years. We are so excited for LGBTQ community members across the country, from Idaho to North Carolina, to have even more access to amazing queer films made by and for us through this new partnership.
History is front and center in five of the titles, such as No Secret Anymore: The Times of Del Martin and Phyllis Lyon, a documentary exploring the lives of beloved local activists who were partners in love and political struggle for 50 years, founding the first public organization for lesbians in the United States.
The sixth title, Expanding Gender: Youth Out Front, was originally curated for our Youth in Motion program, which sends free LGBTQ films for free to schools throughout the United States. Expanding Gender contains four short documentaries featuring transgender and gender expansive youth from a diverse set of racial, geographic, and economic backgrounds and amplifies the voices of young people who tell their own truths and speak about gender in an inclusive way.
Check out all of the films, available to all Xfinity TV subscribers through Xfinity On Demand or at Xfinity.com/LGBT.
Expanding Gender: Youth Out Front
No Secret Anymore: The Times of Del Martin and Phyllis Lyon
Original Pride: The Satyrs Motorcycle Club
For Love and For Life
Fight Back Fight AIDS: 15 Years of ACT UP
Odd People Out (Seres Extravagantes)