As we all begin to spend more time at home, we've trawled through Netflix to find some of the very best LGBTQ+ films for you to enjoy...
Paris Is Burning (1991)
This Sundance prize-winning documentary is an intimate portrait of 1980s Harlem drag balls: a world of fierce competition, sustenance, and survival.
The Untold Tales of Armistead Maupin (2017)
This documentary traces the life of "Tales of the City" author Armistead Maupin, from his conservative roots to his rise as an LGBTQ champion.
The Death and Life of Marsha P. Johnson (2017)
As she fights the tide of violence against trans women, activist Victoria Cruz probes the suspicious 1992 death of her friend Marsha P. Johnson.
Strike a Pose (2016)
A quarter-century later, this documentary relocates the male dancers who backed Madonna on her 1990 Blond Ambition tour, as seen in "Truth or Dare."
Beach Rats (2017)
A 19-year-old wrestling with questions about his sexuality finds himself torn between his macho friends, his family and the older men he meets online.
My Days of Mercy (2017)
The daughter of a death row inmate and a fierce advocate of the death penalty enter into an unlikely romance.
Professor Marston and the Wonder Women (2017)
A respected Harvard psychologist conceals a secret double life as one-third of a polyamorous relationship -- and the creator of "Wonder Woman."
The Tree of Blood (2018)
As a young couple write the story of their families' shared history, both reveal their relatives' dark secrets and one must make a painful confession.
Fifteen-year-old ballet dancer Lara faces physical and emotional hurdles as she prepares for gender confirmation surgery. Inspired by a true story.
Lives are upended when a hiking trip leads a Wall Street hotshot to explore his true feelings for an old pal who’s disenchanted with his boyfriend.
The Queen (1968)
From wartime drafts to evening gowns, this candid time capsule documents a 1967 beauty pageant that offers an inside look at competitive drag.
Margarita with a Straw (2014)
An Indian woman with cerebral palsy decides to study in New York, where she becomes involved in a life-changing affair with a blind female activist.
Other People (2016)
After a bad breakup, a struggling New York comedy writer tries to don a brave face and care for his dying mother in Sacramento.
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