Reflections on art, politics and community.
Two powerful documentaries about gay lives under threat in Jamaica and Nigeria.
A great documentary about a pioneering poet and film-maker, James Broughton, who found love in old age as a radical faery.
Three men once in hip hop crew the Down Low Poets are reunited on the eve of Obama’s 2008 election.
The lives of LGBT people in Cameroon, bravely explored and celebrated in this important documentary.
Have your tissues at the ready for this beautiful and touching documentary about a young love that was tragically cut short.
The story of the man behind the infamous Continental bath house in NYC is vividly told in this entertaining documentary.
The story of Dawn O'Donnell, godmother of gay Sydney.
A portrait of Kate Bornstein – author, playwright, performance artist, gender theorist, recovering Scientologist and pioneering gender outlaw.
Daniel Radcliffe shines as Allen Ginsberg in this sharp and vibrant take on the early days of the Beat Generation.
A collection of short films exploring the Chernobyl disaster, the nature of radiation and personal history.
A documentary about the here and now, brain damage, memories, love, faith, cocks and nipples.
A new musical documentary about trans-singer and indie sensation, Rae Spoon.
Activists, actors and drag queens are among those sharing their stories of what it means to be an open LGBT person in America today.
A collection of experimental short films, showcasing the best in contemporary queer artists’ films and video work.
Documentary about riot grrrl and feminist icon Kathleen Hanna, lead singer of Bikini Kill, Le Tigre and The Julie Ruin.
A selection of some of the best short films from around the world telling stories about queer and trans people of colour.
Survey of moving image work by Mumbai based queer and feminist artist Tejal Shah.
An important and heartbreaking documentary about the life of a queer youth tragically cut short.
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