The Watermelon Woman – the first film directed by an African-American lesbian – is among the titles screening at Liverpool Small Cinema.
New York’s Film Society of Lincoln Center has curated a season dedicated to early explorations of LGBT themes.
BFI Flare’s opening film, The Pass, is about a prominent footballer who represses his sexuality. We explore why this is still happening for real.
Todd Haynes’ Carol is being celebrated as a queer classic, but what does the term “queer cinema” mean today?
Inspired by Todd Haynes’ Carol, explore our potted history of great films that depict gay lives on screen.