Frameline is a leading distributor of films made by LGBT filmmakers. It develops and promotes a broad array of year-round exhibitions, a newly expanded national education program for youth, grants to filmmakers, and distribution services. Frameline also produces a widely recognized film festival that reaches 60,000 people annually. With renewed support, Frameline would pursue increased attendance and racial, gender, and age diversity in its exhibition programs. In addition, the organization would take steps to grow its national presence to solidify the reach of its education, distribution, and free-streaming services.
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Frameline is the longest running exhibitor, and a leading distributor, of films made by LGBTQ filmmakers. Each year, it reaches 60,000 people through its widely recognized film festival. In addition, Frameline promotes a broad array of LGBTQ representations through its national education program for youth, free online streaming services, grants to filmmakers, and film distribution services. This grant to Frameline advances the Performing Arts Program’s Communities strategy.