Frameline International LGBTQ+ Film Festival, the Bay Area’s annual celebration that proudly claims the title of the “world’s largest queer film fest.” Organized by the San Francisco-based queer media arts foundation Frameline, the event returns this June 16-26, showcasing more than 125 films from over 30 countries in some of the city’s best venues—including the historic Castro Theatre, which celebrates its 100th anniversary this summer.As always, the festival lineup is an embarrassment of riches, a jaw-dropping collection of world premieres, centerpiece screenings, shorts programs, and so much more.

There’s even some television this year, with a presentation of the new Queer As Folk reboot, and and opening night gala showing of the upcoming A League Of Their Own series featuring a Q&A with some surprise guests.Under the theme “The Coast Is Queer,” the 46th edition of the festival welcomes film lovers from all over to the Bay Area, but will also offer up national streaming encores for many of its titles so that you can catch the best and the queerest of international cinema no matter where you are.With that in mind, Queerty has assembled a preview of Frameline46, highlighting some of the most exciting films to screen at this year’s fest that you won’t want to miss.

We have a feeling you’ll be hearing a lot more about these titles, so be sure to add them to your watch list!We love a nostalgic documentary just as much as we love hunky men, so All Man: The International Male Story hits that perfect sweet spot.