LGBT Experience 2018

We are faced with a cultural and moral battle. Human sexuality is sitting on the bench. Have homosexuals the right to validate their sexuality? Are the religious rights of millions of Americans being violated? LGBT Experience is a documentary that shares the perspective, impressions and conflicts from different points of view in this new chapter in the human experience. For some this is the beginning of the end, for others this is the end of injustice.

LGBT United

A documentary on the challenges encountered by LGBT individuals in their childhood, at school, when coming out, and in many social settings. The viewer will experience the multiple struggles and discriminatory experiences of this minority population vicariously, thanks to the candid interviews of many LGBT volunteers. In spite of all their challenges, their serenity and resilience is remarkable. Dr. Luciana and LGBT experts share their views on some of the many controversial topics that surface during the interviews. The result is a compelling movie that focuses on the need for unity within the LGBT community and within society, as we stand united to protect human rights = LGBT rights.

L.G.B.T. Love Stories 2016

An anthology feature film that will honestly explore the ups and downs and intricacies of love and romance within the L.G.B.T. community, a drama that will make you laugh, and a comedy that will bring tears to your eyes. It's a film that will prove no matter what community you belong to; life and love are always confusing.

They Hate Me in Vain 2013

Based around longform interviews, including with some of Russia's most well-known LGBT activists, the film presents one of the most extensive looks to date into the lives and testimonies of ordinary members from any part of the country's queer community. It also presents a horrifying glimpse into the work of organised rings of Russian homophobes dedicated to repeatedly outing, shaming and physically assaulting those they've deceived and targeted.

One Gay City: A History of LGBT Life in Winnipeg 2014

From a deeply closeted culture to a more open and out society, 'One Gay City: A History of LGBT Life in Winnipeg' takes viewers on an emotional tour of Winnipeg's LGBT community through personal stories, news headlines and archival images.

The Pursuit: 50 Years in the Fight for LGBT Rights 2016

The Pursuit is a reflection on the fight for LGBT rights, more than 50 years since protesters gathered in front of Independence Hall and called for an end to discrimination against homosexuals. Contrasting stories from LGBT experiences past and present, a complex and vibrant picture emerges that demonstrates both how far the community has come and how far there is left to go.

This Is Gay Propaganda: LGBT Rights & the War in Ukraine

Follows the progress of the Euromaidan revolution from the perspective of LGBT Ukrainians. From accounts of exile and torture, to stories of resistance, this film shows a side of the conflict in Ukraine the world has not yet seen.

Resist: an LGBTQ Anthology 2017

Collection of gay and trans films featuring gripping storylines, memorable queer characters, campy humor and plenty of eye candy.

Introspective - Labels And Discrimination Within The LGBTQ Community 2018

“Introspective is a documentary that focuses on labels and discrimination within the LGBTQ community, featuring the stories of three Atlanta individuals who identify as a part of the LGBTQ community. These braves individual are open enough to discuss the issues of labels and discrimination by the very same community they fight for and are a part of.

Sound It Out: The Untitled LGBTQIA Music Documentary 2017

An edgy and unapologetic look at the growing impact that open LGBTQ music artists, and their straight allies, are having on the portrayal of sexuality and gender politics in music, and its affect on the normalizing of gay culture. Using artists personal experiences as a lens, we'll look at sexuality's influence on music and the role of social media in helping artists complicate mainstream expectations of identity. How far are artists willing to push their music, messages and imagery to challenge the way pop culture defines notions of sexuality, masculinity, femininity, gender and what it means to be queer?