Opening night of Frameline47, aka the San Francisco International LGBTQ+ Film Festival, now in its 47th year, will see the Sofia Coppola-produced “Fairyland” take the screen. The debut feature of Andrew Durham is an adaptation of Alysia Abbott’s book “Fairyland: A Memoir of My Father,” the true story of a young girl who winds up living with her gay father in San Francisco in the bohemian 1970s and into the AIDS crisis of the 1980s.

Starring Scoot McNairy (“Argo”) as the father, Emilia Jones (“CODA”) as adult Alysia Abbott and Nessa Dougherty as young Alysia, the film also features Geena Davis, Adam Lambert and “Borat Subsequent Moviefilm” Academy Award nominee Maria Bakalova. This makes two big fest appearances for “Fairyland” — it premiered earlier this year at Sundance — and while there’s no official release date yet, with that kind of high profile it will almost certainly find its way to a grown-up cinema environment near you a little further down the road.