Film festivals, for all but the unemployed and the truly film-obsessed, can be overwhelming. Who has time to see like a hundred movies in a couple of weeks? We suppose it's never the point to try to see everything, but it also helps to have a curated list of suggestions to help one prioritize.

Luckily, Emmanuel Hapsis has made just such a list at KQED for this year's LGBT film fest, Frameline, and we could hardly hope to do much better.

Tonight Tomorrow kicks off with the opening film, The Secret Diaries of Miss Anne Lister, which involves Victorian-era lesbians. We've heard from a few who've seen it that Howl (starring James Franco as Allen Ginsberg) is a little wackadoo and maybe not in a good way, but we'll still probably see it. And to Emmanuel's list we'd also add Beautiful Darling: The Life and Times of Candy Darling, Andy Warhol Superstar, which looks terrif, and the drag-tastic short Chico's Angels, based on this web series, which should be hilarious.

Also, please note that Frameline, founded in 1977, is "the longest-running, largest and most widely recognized LGBT film exhibition event in the world."