For over 35 years, Frameline has distributed films to universities, libraries, film festivals, and community groups.
Our extensive collection includes films about historical figures like Dr. Evelyn Hooker, who helped to redefine homosexuality in the medical community in Changing Our Minds: The Story of Dr. Evelyn Hooker, and the brave activists who rioted in San Francisco, three years before Stonewall in the film Screaming Queens.
We also offer film collections with curricula on topics ranging from bullying to marriage equality.
For K-12 schools, public libraries, and most LGBT centers, Frameline offers a minimum 50% off the regular price for films, and often more.
To apply for discount pricing, create an account, and then email firstname.lastname@example.org for access to the lower prices.
*Please note, not all films are appropriate for all ages. If you would like to preview a film, simply request a link from email@example.com
FILMS WITH CURRICULA
Frameline is the only nonprofit LGBTQ film distributor in the US, reaching hundreds of thousands of students, educators, professionals, festival attendees, and others over the past 25 years.
Our titles have won diverse awards from festivals and media organizations worldwide, and aired on cable channels such as The Sundance Channel, Comcast, and numerous local public television stations.
Our collection currently includes more than 250 titles, focusing on documentaries, short films and queer cinema classics.