Celebrating its 32nd year, Frameline, the San Francisco LGBT Film Festival, began today. Notable films on the schedule include the period mystery Affinity (based on the novel by Sarah Waters of Tipping the Velvet fame); the romantic drama Ciao; Ready? OK!, a comedy about a boy who just wants to cheer (co-starring Lost's Michael Emerson); the documentary Call Me Troy, about renowned out minister Troy Perry; and (closing the festival on June 29) Breakfast with Scot, the comedy that mixes gay parenting with Canadian hockey.
The fest will also feature special screenings of such classics of queer cinema as Gus Van Sant's Mala Noche, Pedro Almodóvar's Law of Desire and the Wachowski Brothers' Bound.
For more on this year's Frameline, see the coverage at AfterElton.com and PlanetOut.com.