'splendor' is gregg araki's forgotten ode to polyamory
The film is deeply radical in its own quiet way – a salute to the fun and unpredictability of sexual fluidity, alternative lifestyles, and existing on the fringes.
finally, a queer film with sex in it and why that’s important
120 BPM is an AIDS drama with scenes of an HIV+ sexual nature.
a celebration of queer cinema
From Moonlight winning Best Picture at the Oscars, to Netflix releasing important documentaries such as The Death and Life of Marsha P Johnson, queerness in film has never been better represented than right now. We spoke with three curators of LGBTQ...
5 queer youth films that go beyond coming out
Exploring a new generation of LGBTQ+ global cinema, from Brooklyn beaches to remote South African villages, Yorkshire farms to Russian bedrooms.
seventeen is the coming-of-age story treating lesbian love beautifully
Young director Monja Arts has made a compelling film that mediates on unrequited love and gay relationships. Here, she tells i-D why the film is not a coming out story.
the hidden gems at the bfi's lgbt film festival
As BFI Flare rolls into town, here's our pick of the most prescient, compelling films on show in the next two weeks.
what lgbt cinema will look like in 2016
New Queer Visions at London's Short Film Festival offered cinematic insights into queer lives around the world, from the US to the UK, Indonesia to Mexico.
oscars: where are all the queer films?
Following yesterday’s Oscar nominations, we explore why awards season really matters for the future of LGBT films.
subversive, queer european cinema plans a one night stand in east london
Daddies, dancers and some of the quietest pornography ever filmed will screen at the Zurich sex film festival on tour.