Explore LGBTQ+ History Month Through Film.
To celebrate LGBT+ History Month we’ve got a variety of trailers that will have you reaching for the popcorn and finding out more about LGBT+ history month. All these films help contribute to the awareness of LGBT+ issues – check out some of these hand picked gems, turn down the lights and enjoy!
Carol is a wealthy, middle-aged married woman who has met Therese. There’s an instant attraction between the two women and their romance blossoms into more. However, Carol’s husband refuses to let her go resulting in a messy divorce leaving the two women to ask themselves whether there’s a future to be had.
HOJE EU QUERO VOLTAR SOZINHO (THE WAY HE LOOKS)
Leonardo is a blind student who spends all of his time with his best friend Giovanna. Their friendship is threatened when a new boy arrives. As Leonardo becomes closer to new boy Gabriel, he begins to drift from Giovanna and begins to come to terms with his sexuality alone.
THE MISEDUCATION OF CAMERON POST
It’s 1993 and teenager Cameron is celebrating graduating from college with her best friend and secret girlfriend Coley. All is threatened when the two are caught kissing resulting in Cameron getting sent to God’s Promise, a gay conversion therapy camp. During her time at the camp, Cameron meets others like her, forming friendships and starting to learn more about herself and her sexuality.
REBEL WITHOUT A CAUSE (1955)
Bad boy Jim Stark arrives in a Los Angeles and soon arrested for drunken behaviour. At the police station he meets two other juveniles, Judy and Plato. All three have complicated relationships with their families, and so together they decide to rebel against society. The film is now described as a milestone in queer cinema, thanks to its handling of the character Plato.
Set in the UK in the 80s, Pride tells the true story of a group of lesbian and gay activists who supported a community of Welsh miners when Prime Minster Margaret Thatcher shut down the British coal industry. Realising that they both share common foes, London-based gay and lesbian activists lend their support to striking miners.