This very passionate film was the outlet for Bears to come out as trans to her friends and family. After the shootings at Pulse nightclub in Orlando, Bears was determined to be true to herself and take to the front lines in her own medium, film.
Luna, an openly gay filmmaker from Wellington, Texas made the film as a creative response to the homophobic and transphobic messages made by religious people over time.
Disobedience is a timely film. For many years, Orthodox Jewish communities have avoided or deferred conversations about their LBGT+ members.
Desert Hearts, a 1986 film with striking parallels to last year’s hit Carol, first shown 30 years ago at London’s first gay and lesbian film festival and it returned this year to BFI Flare.
Artistic freedom was always tenuous in Kenya, but it’s become even less so since Uhuru Kenyatta became president in 2013. The political pendulum has swung against political dissenters, intellectuals and a handful of media institutions that still believed in objective journalism.
This show will be screened in countries where homosexuality is illegal, where women’s sexual choices are controlled and where trans identities are violently subjugated.
The indigenous actor is now in American Gods on Starz and Amazon Prime.
Tales of the City, the series about finding queer community in San Francisco, is back and updated for the post-gender, social media era.
Two new movies put women at the centre.
The F Word follows the heartwarming story of one queer couple adopting from foster care in Oakland, CA. What does it take to be a foster parent? What is the process of approval like?