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God Loves Uganda God Loves Uganda
God Loves Uganda and Happy Together
The Aggressives (Country: US; Year: 2005; Director: Daniel Peddle)
A documentary looking at five years in the lives of six young queer women of colour living in New York.
Alex And Ali (Country: US; Year: 2014; Director: Malachi Leopold)
The story of a love kept alive by correspondence for 35 years while and Iranian and an American were kept apart by politics.
Dal Puri Diaspora (Country: Canada; Year: 2012; Director: Richard Fung)
The story of one recipe's journey around the world, making an Indian snack a widely celebrated treat.
Fucking Different XXY (Country: Germany; Year: 2014; Director: Buck Angel, J. Jackie Baier, Felix Endara, Kay Garnellen, Jasco Viefhues, Mor Vital, Sasha Wortzel, Gwen Haworth; Stars: Kay Garnellen, Emy Fem, Antonette Rea)
Compilation of short films exploring gay and lesbian relationships.
Gerontophilia (Country: Canada; Year: 2013; Director: Bruce La Bruce; Writer: Bruce La Bruce, Bruce La Bruce, Daniel Allen Cox; Stars: Pier-Gabriel Lajoie, Walter Borden, Katie Boland, Marie-Hélène Thibault, Yardly Kavanagh, Jean-Alexandre Létourneau, Brian D. Wright, Nastassia Markiewicz, Shawn Campbell, Tamsen Fields, Moe Jeudy-Lamour, Guillaume Lambert, Mélodie Simard, Rosalie Simard, Dana Wright)
A young man discovers an unusual attraction for the elderly that will lead to an off-kilter road trip.
God Loves Uganda (Country: US; Year: 2013; Director: Roger Ross Williams)
Documentary exploration of the agenda of right-wing US evangelicals.
Happy Together (Cheun Gwong Tsa Sit) (Country: Argentina / Hong Kong; Year: 1997; Director: Wong Kar Wai; Writer: Wong Kar Wai; Stars: Leslie Cheung, Tony Leung, Chang Chen)
Exploration of the breakdown of a gay relationship.
Hide And Seek (Chuppan Chupai) (Country: Denmark; Year: 2013; Director: Saadat Munir, Saad Khan)
A group of Pakistani people from sexual minorities raise questions about transgender activism, religion, underground gay life, social acceptance and collective familial customs of transgender people in urban Pakistan
Kumu Hina (Country: US; Year: 2014; Director: Dean Hamer, Joe Wilson)
A transgender teacher, nervous about her forthcoming marriage, helps a trans child develop hula skills.
Lupe (Country: US; Year: 1966; Director: Jose Rogriguez Soltero; Stars: Lupe Vélez)
An exploration of the multi-faceted life of Mexican actress Lupe Vélez.
Mama Rainbow (Country: China; Year: 2012; Director: Popo Fan)
A look at the Chinese parents changing attitudes to family by accepting and celebrating their gay children.
Out In The Night (Country: US; Year: 2014; Director: Blair Doroshwalther ; Writer: Blair Doroshwalther ; Stars: Alexis Agathocleous, Venice Brown, Terrain Dandridge, Angela Davis)
A documentary telling the story of four young African American lesbians who were put on trial after defending themselves against a homophobic attacker.
Purple Skies (Country: India; Year: 2014; Director: Sridhar Rangayan)
Stories from India's LGBTI communities provide personal context for national political debate.
Voltrans (Country: Turkey; Year: 2014; Director: P.Ulaş Dutlu, Özge Özgüner)
A positive look at the first transman/genderqueer project in Turkey.

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