By Logan Kenny
The film shows the everyday agonies of existing as queer and dealing with trauma in an apathetic world.
Public screenings can be a safe space for LGBT+ people. But the uncertain future many cinemas now face could rob us of that.
By Juan Barquin
In Summer of 85, the French director builds on a career-long interest in how we deal with love and loss.
By Katie Goh
Gabrielle Zilkha’s documentary Queering the Script looks at how fans have fought for more diverse representation.
By Rahul Patel
Jennie Livingston’s seminal portrait of New York’s ballroom culture still resonates throughout the queer community.
Sam Feder’s latest documentary, on Hollywood’s harmful transgender stereotypes, is a great conversation starter – but we need to go further.
By Brian Quinn
Beyond its anti-war rhetoric, the Czech director’s version of the Broadway musical is a story of same-sex love.
By James Palmer
Themes of bisexuality and polygamy are subtly veiled in 1940’s My Favorite Wife.
By Sam Moore
Gregg Araki’s mid-’90s triptych explores the hope and hopelessness of being young and openly gay.
By Katie Goh
Ron Peck’s Nighthawks survives as much more than a historical document of gay life in a bygone era.
Director Kelly Walker explains how she came up with a novel solution to a creative problem.
Levan Akin’s And Then We Danced has put LGBT+ rights centre-stage in the conservative, Orthodox country.
Céline Sciamma’s 18th-century romance beautifully portrays the hiddenness of same-sex relationships.
Let It Snow and Season of Love bring female queer romance to the fore.
By Thomas Hobbs
Mark Patton opens up about his experiences as the first ever male scream queen.
By Ronan Doyle
This year’s Iris Prize Film Festival in Cardiff showcased emerging trends across the spectrum of queer cinema.
By Dilara Elbir
Is there an argument to drop the cover-all term “queer” in favour of something that’s more specific to the subject of a piece of art?