Films in Minds
Reflections on art, politics and community.
The diversification of an all-black residence hall forces a group of African-American university students to take a stand.
Astonishing access for this behind-the-scenes doc showing how Raf Simons reinvents Dior with his first couture collection.
Céline Sciamma’s triumphant film explores of a young girl’s search for identity in the underprivileged suburbs of Paris.
A trans girl living in rural Canada finds herself through Roller Derby in this moving documentary.
A moving documentary following the AIDs memorial quilt as it tours the US in a mission to change social perceptions of the disease.
Best of year
Join us (and, we hope, some of the real-life characters) to watch one of the stand-out British films of 2014.
The essence of Sontag and her influential writing are captured in this mesmerising appraisal of the woman and her work.
A bold and beautiful experimental essay film, musing on Californian history, growing up a butch dyke and loving Hitchcock’s Vertigo.
Steve Reinke’s idiosyncratic output fuses reflections on pop culture with irreverent personal philosophies, seen here in two recent works.
Jeffrey Schwarz (I Am Divine) returns with a moving documentary about the chiselled one-time matinee idol with a secret.
Over 50 years of gay, black American heritage is at stake when this pre-Stonewall Brooklyn bar is threatened by redevelopment.
Abstract reconstructions of memory, identity and performance make up this showcase of contemporary experimental queer artists’ film and video work.