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In this year's Out in the Silence Award recipient, two young men form a powerful connection with one another in Nigeria, where homosexuality is illegal. Winner of the Teddy Award at the Berlinale.
Adapted from the beloved YA novel, this joyful story of boys on the cusp of manhood follows the blossoming friendship between Aristotle and Dante, two Mexican American teenagers growing up in late-‘80s Texas.
When an interabled queer couple spends the night together for the first time, they must confront their complex relationships with desire, sexuality, bodily autonomy, and what it means truly to love another person.
Not only one of cinema's great lesbian films but also one of the essential book-to-screen adaptations, Desert Hearts brings Jane Rule's 1964 novel to life against the stunning backdrop of the American desert.
An affluent fashion editor hires himself a cash-strapped personal trainer, but as their bond deepens, so do their moral qualms about love, money and dependency, in this poignant drama from Japan.
Zaida is diving back into Barcelona’s lesbian dating scene after getting dumped, navigating a crowded sea of current and future ex-girlfriends, late night connections, and doomed crushes on happily coupled women.
With a vibrant teen romance at its center, Girls Don’t Cry is a gritty but sweet coming-of-age road flick set along the back roads of the Italian countryside, as Elm and Mia escape on a transformative journey.
Filled with Indigo Girls hits, this glittery musical follows a budding romance between a young musician and a spirited circus kid, surrounded by Lea DeLaria, Tig Notaro, Kate Pierson, Peppermint, and Ming-Na Wen.
Cheerful and romantic, this exceptional coming-of-age film finds high school student Jake bewildered by the arrival Aleks, a handsome new neighbor, leading him to try out for the basketball team to get closer to him.
An American college student takes French immersion classes in the process of “finding herself abroad” in Paris.
In this adaptation of Philippe Besson’s award-winning novel, a celebrated author returns to his hometown in rural France and reluctantly confronts his past, as a young tour guide conjures his memories of first love (and lust).
In a Belgian youth correctional facility, pensive teen Joe is getting ready to regain his freedom, but the arrival of live-wire William into the adjacent cell sends shockwaves through his system.
When aimless Manon (Louise Chevillotte) begins work at an unconventional strip club, she falls hard for her fellow stripper Mia (Zita Hanrot), forcing her to question her priorities as she explores her newfound erotic life.
Young lovers flirt in a library but face challenges outside of the four walls.
Through stories of romance, from the fantastical to the everyday, couples overcome the challenges of dating to build a new reality together. Ideal for date night, this program may cause viewers to die from the cuteness.
A night of dating, romance, and love in San Francisco.
Two women — one Tamil, the other half Mohawk, half Iranian — search for what it means to belong to a family or tribe as they meet, explore the city of Toronto, and slowly begin to fall in love.
In this erotic drama from director Julián Hernández, two neighbors battle their loneliness and lustful yearnings as they try to connect with each other (with anyone) as an unnamed pandemic ravages the world around them.
In this warm, romantic drama, a free-spirited artist inspires Liv, a young woman accustomed to routine and stability, to look beyond her familiar horizons as she finds herself changing along with the seasons.
In the year 2069, an ailing king recalls his memories of youthful defiance when he abandoned the monarchy to become a firefighter and fell for one of his fellow firemen. From the provocative director of The Ornithologist and O Fantasma.