Kino Lorber released the trailer for Born to Be, the acclaimed documentary on America’s first hospital center for transgender medical care.
HBO released the trailer for the documentary Transhood chronicling of the lives of four teens growing up transgender in America’s heartland.
Documentary GHOSTS OF THE REPUBLIQUE – on French Gay Couple’s Journey to Las Vegas to Start a Family via Surrogacy – Sets November Release Date
Ghosts of the République follows a gay couple in France (where surrogacy is illegal), who travels to Las Vegas to start a family of their own through international surrogacy.
Clea DuVall’s LGBTQ+ holiday romantic comedy, Happiest Season will debut on Hulu on Wednesday, November 25.
BORN TO BE, A Look at the Pioneering Mount Sinai Center for Transgender Medicine & Surgery, Premieres in November on Film Forum’s Virtual Cinema
Born to Be looks at pioneering surgeon Dr. Jess Ting and his patients at Mount Sinai’s Center for Transgender Medicine and Surgery.
Reeling: The Chicago LGBTQ+ International Film Festival 2020 winners – “Goodbye Mother” “The Many Lives of Kojin” Win Top Jury Awards
Trinh Dinh Le Minh’s heart-melting romantic dramedy Goodbye Mother (Thưa mẹ con đi) wins Best Narrative Feature Film Jury Award at Reeling: The Chicago LGBTQ+ International Film Festival .
NewFest, New York’s LGBTQ film festival revealed the 2020 lineup of FREE Special Events and Panels as well as the juries.
Inside Out LGBT Film Festival Announces 2020 Jury Winners – NO HARD FEELINGS and NO ORDINARY MAN Win Top Prizes
Inside Out LGBT Film Festival announced its 2020 juried winners with the top jury prizes going to No Ordinary Man and No Hard Feelings.
Directed by Susan Sandler, Julia Scotti: Funny That Way – is a funny, moving, documentary portrait of trans comedian Julia Scotti who has just returned in a Showtime comedy special in a different gender after a 30 years hiatus.
NewFest, NY LGBTQ Film Festival, unveiled the complete 2020 lineup, closing with the virtual NY premiere of Faraz Shariat’s No Hard Feelings.
Billy Porter narrates EQUAL, the four-part LGBTQ+ docuseries chronicling the untold events leading up to the Stonewall Uprising.
NewFest, the New York LGBTQ Film Festival will open with the NYC premiere of Francis Lee’s AMMONITE, starring Kate Winslet and Saoirse Ronan.
Set in Ireland during the mid-’90s, Dating Amber stars Fionn O’Shea as Eddie and Lola Petticrew as Amber who decide to stage a relationship in order to stop everyone speculating about their sexuality.
Reeling’s official Opening Night film is the romantic love story BREAKING FAST, starring Haaz Sleiman as Mo, a Muslim doctor living in West Hollywood.
Asaf Galay’s new documentary “Army of Lovers in the Holy Land” looks at the Jewish roots of the Swedish queer disco-pop band Army of Lovers and its charismatic singer Jean-Pierre Barda.
In Spiral, starring Jeffrey Bowyer-Chapman a gay couple moves to a small town, but nothing is as it seems in their new neighborhood.
Outfest Los Angeles LGBTQ Film Festival announced the winners – Los Fuertes (The Strong Ones) wins Audience and Grand Jury Prizes.
Watch the trailer for Benjamin, a quirky, anxiety-fueled gay rom-com directed by Simon Amstell and starring Colin Morgan.
Cindy Abel’s documentary SURVIVING THE SILENCE will kick off the 2020 lineup of Atlanta-based LGBTQIA+ film festival, Out on Film.
Frameline announced the full program lineup for Frameline44, promising the world’s largest virtual LGBTQ+ film festival in the Fall.
BFI London Film Festival will close this year’s festival with the biopic Ammonite, directed by Francis Lee, starring Kate Winslet and Saoirse Ronan.
Watch the trailer for the queer coming-of-age comedy Summerland, following three friends all trying desperately to find themselves.
The documentary feature film, Transformistas set in Cuba about the queer and trans community will premiere at the OUTshine festival in Miami.
The documentary Surviving the Silence, directed by Cindy L. Abel will screen virtually as part of this year’s OUTshine LGBTQ+ Film Festival.The film is the untold love story of two women who played an integral part in changing military policy.