• Rafiki

    Wanuri Kahiu

    Between receiving a standing ovation at Cannes and being banned in its home country for its positive representation of lesbian women, Rafiki has secured its place in cinema history as a brave and beautiful depiction of queer life in Kenya.

    Genre: Drama
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  • A Great Ride

    Deborah Craig

    "A Great Ride” is a documentary about older lesbians aging with dynamism and zest for life. When they were young these women forged a social movement to come out as true to themselves. Now they are pioneers once again as they face the next daunting challenge: growing old, which can come with frailty, loneliness, and the death of dear friends.

    Genre: Documentary
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  • My Fuzzy Valentine

    Ben Edelberg

    Put the Playboy centrefold in the hands of a Dyke and she will make her into a monster.

    A pulsating world of bug-eyed lesbian sasquatches and vaginal caves created from reclaimed textiles. Visual artist Allyson Mitchell's shape-shifting materials and colors explode off the screen on hand-processed and scratched 16mm film.

    Genre: Shorts
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  • Dr. OmiSoore Dryden

    Dr. OmiSoore Dryden, PhD is the fourth James R. Johnston Chair in Black Canadian Studies and the first queer person to hold the Chair. Dr. Dryden is a fierce advocate and has pioneered research that seeks to identify the barriers Black gay, bisexual, and trans men encounter with donating blood and the blood system in Canada; #GotBlood2Give.

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  • Tell it to the Bees

    Annabel Jankel

    Love has a way of finding us when we least expect it. Directed by Annabel Jankel, this tender period drama, set in small-town, postwar Scotland, depicts the emergence of a love that while rescuing two women from isolation, also places them in danger.

    Genre: Drama
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  • The Pick Up

    Giovanna Chesler

    Every road can be a detour if you let it.
    Melanie (Kayla Fuentes), a teen resentful of her divorcing parents and craving independence doesn’t like surprises. When Mom (Ashna Sharan) picks her up from swim practice and their trip gets derailed by a flat tire and a stranger, Melanie finds herself choosing a new road.

    Genre: Drama Shorts
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  • Lesbian Avengers Eat Fire Too

    Janet Baus & Su Friedrich

    Lesbian Avengers Eat Fire Too offers a rare insiders' look at the New York group's first year, from their initial groundbreaking demo in front of an elementary school in '92 to the incredible Dyke March in DC, where the Avengers ate fire in front of the White House, cheered on by an enormous crowd.

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  • One Last Stop

    For cynical twenty-three-year-old August, moving to New York City is supposed to prove her right: that things like magic and cinematic love stories don’t exist, and the only smart way to go through life is alone.

    Genre: Romance Fiction
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  • Dykes, Camera, Action!

    Caroline Berler

    Lesbians didn’t always get to see themselves on screen. But between Stonewall, the feminist movement, and the experimental cinema of the 1970s, they built visibility, and transformed the social imagination about queerness.

    Genre: Documentary
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  • To a More Perfect Union

    Donna Zaccaro

    To A More Perfect Union: U.S. v Windsor is a feature-length documentary that tells a story of love, marriage and a fight for equality.

    Genre: Documentary
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