The Frameline Festival, San Francisco's International LGBTQ Film Festival, returns to the Bay Area June 15-25, 2017, with its signature showcase of the world’s leading queer cinema. Discover emerging talents and embrace an unparalleled community of festival-goers at the world’s largest celebration of queer cinema. The Festival pays tribute to LGBTQ experiences through pioneering documentaries, gripping features, delightful shorts, cinematic classics, and more. French films are part of the program this year. 4 Days in France by Jérôme Reybaud (special guest of the festival) | 2016 | 141 min Ambitious, sexy, and dryly humorous, 4 Days in France delineates a 36-year-old’s quest to see if the grass is greener away from his lover and their life together in Paris. The Devil is in the Details by Fabien Gorgeard | 2016 | 20 min Set in mid-19th-century France, this short follows Alexina, a trainee school teacher in a young girl’s convent, who suffers unbearable pains. After examination by a doctor who questions Alexina’s gender and subsequently decides that masculinity prevails, Alexina works to find their own path forward. More information about tickets here.