Reflections on art, politics and community.
100 Ways to Cross the Border
A fantastic odyssey through the world of radical artist Guillermo Gómez-Peña, reflecting on 40 years of performance art and border activism.
1946: The Mistranslation That Shifted Culture
Research into recent interpretation of the Bible results in a re-evaluation of the traditional prohibitions on gay sex.
Five Brazilian performers represent a dazzling encounter with variations of masculine femininity.
The Empress of Vancouver
A treasure trove of never-seen-before archives illuminate queer Canadian history through the extraordinary life of a local legend.
It’s Only Life After All
The story of the classic lesbian duo the Indigo Girls is told with humour and heart, through a blend of archival material and camcorder footage shot by Amy Ray herself.
JEWELLE: A Just Vision
A celebration of the achievements of Jewelle Gomez, whose vampire stories and engagement with Black and Indigenous histories were well ahead of their time.
Kenyatta: Do Not Wait Your Turn
What does it mean to be a gay, Black man running for the US Senate in 2022? Are your odds better at this moment in history?
Little Richard: I Am Everything
In this fierce, fun and glitter-flecked documentary, learn the real and complex story about the life of the architect of rock and roll.
Lotus Sports Club
A trans football coach becomes a father figure to LGBTQIA+ homeless youth, building a team that flourishes into a family.
A beautifully textured study revealing the rich and troubled private life of the writer behind Carol.
My Name Is Andrea
The life of Andrea Dworkin, a controversial figure in the feminist sex wars, is presented through her own writing and speeches.
Prejudice & Pride – Swedish Film Queer
This fascinating history of LGBTQIA+ representation on Swedish cinema screens is a must see for cinephiles and newcomers alike.
Strip Jack Naked: Nighthawks II
The late Ron Peck was a pioneering gay British filmmaker. This screening is presented in his memory.
Willem & Frieda
Stephen Fry investigates the inspiring and moving story of a gay man and a lesbian who led anti-Nazi resistance in Holland.
Don’t Take the System for an Answer
On this epic journey around the world, we meet those confronting oppression and control with bravery, humour and passion.
Gender diverse tales of nostalgia, androgyny and imagination, channelling classic cool and the Nouvelle Vague with a pinch of science-fiction.
In a Truthful Space
From gatekeeping to disability to mental health, these shorts look at access, autonomy and what it takes to live a happy life.
The Shadow Tells It Differently
Three takes on the documentary form offer an angle on the fraught history of Britain’s treatment of homosexuality.