'can you ever forgive me?' is a touching portrayal of queer loneliness
The low-key biopic of literary fraudster Lee Israel has become an LGBT cinema sleeper hit.
why do so many queer people love kill bill?
Exploring why queerness coalesces around certain cis-het cultural phenomena.
this queer techno film is beautiful and unpredictable
A tale of obsession set in Berlin.
watch the trailer for this sundance-winning gay conversion therapy film
Chloe Grace Moretz clashes with conversion therapy camp in ‘The Miseducation of Cameron Post’.
why stans are so protective of 'call me by your name' and 'love, simon'
As stans battle it out on social media, we ask: is this genuine beef, or all a bit of fun? Let the gay-mes begin.
five subversive films about the lgbtq+ experience
Watch these at London's BFI Flare film festival.
why the oscars need to champion challenging queer cinema
Call Me by Your Name’s success is sweet and all, but to truly move forward we need to catapult our more bleak and sordid stories into the mainstream.
ten films and tv shows that examined queer sexuality in 2017
Reject heteronormativity this Christmas by turning off "Love Actually" and watching all these nice gay things instead.
writer hilton als and filmmaker isaac julien discuss black gay desire
“It’s almost as if you could have a screening of Looking for Langston and cut to Moonlight” – Hilton Als.
the most original, vital queer movies of 2016
Six films that upended the cliche “coming out” narrative this year, featuring softball romance and a talking hamster.
five must see queer films at this year's sheffield doc/fest
The documentary film festival serves up a host of LGBT realness this weekend.