LGBTQ films/documentaries

LGBTQ films/documentaries

Rockin' Rockin'
I would like to gather suggestions for films and/or documentaries that address or include LGBTQ issues, or are otherwise relevant to the LGBTQ community. If you have suggestions, I'd love to hear them. Thanks! (I'm not sure what acronym to use, and don't mean to exclude anyone or any group; I'd just like recommendations for films and documentaries that deal with sexual orientation and/or gender identity issues)
02/19/2010
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Originally posted by Rockin'
I would like to gather suggestions for films and/or documentaries that address or include LGBTQ issues, or are otherwise relevant to the LGBTQ community. If you have suggestions, I'd love to hear them. Thanks! (I'm not sure what acronym to ...
"If these walls could talk 2" springs to mind (#1 dealt with abortion)
02/19/2010
TitsMcScandal TitsMcScandal
Two films that were watched at my HS's GSA were...

Shelter - A touching movie about a young artists's struggles: with his sister and her lack of maturity and responsibility for taking care of her son, and the artist's inner turmoil as he falls in love with an old friend that forces him to question his sexuality and direction in life.

Better Than Chocolate - A whimsical comedy about a young lesbian who works at a "10% Book Store", detailing the interesting situations that arise out of her new-found lover moving in with her at the same time as her mother and little brother do, a transwoman who is obsessed with interior decorating, a lot of inexplicable rubber toys being used as house decor, and public indecency as a political statement during a hazardous disaster!
02/19/2010
M121212 M121212
If I were you I would delve into the world of queer film festivals. I'll bet there are tons all around the world with websites that list all the films they've screened over the years.
03/06/2011
Dizzykakes Dizzykakes
"Boys Don't Cry" has to be the best sad movie about identity. I cry every time I watch it. It ends pretty horrible but has a good point to it. The other I would recommend is "Imagine Me and You". Which is my favorite movie of all time. It is about love at first sight and following your heart not your mind.
05/22/2011
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