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Since June is synonymous with Pride month, we compiled a few must watch LGBTQI movies to see in the weeks ahead.

Watch with friends 

Meaty movies worthy of good recap conversation over bowls of popcorn and ice cream.

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Moon Night

A classic bildungsroman of Charles, a young Black man from a tough Miami neighborhood, as he navigates his identity.

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Blue is the coldest color

An ambiguous friendship between Adele and Emma, two teenagers trying to understand their feelings for one another.

Watch alone and cry

Sometimes you just want to feel all the feelings, alone. We get it.

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Billy Alles

An 11 year old boy discovers his love for ballet.

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Carole

A compelling love story set in 1950s New York, Carole’s narrative weaves through forbidden desire, compromise, and lives that could have been.

Carol, directed by New Queer Cinema Director Todd Haynes, has received a ten-minute standing ovation at its Cannes Film Festival international press screening and premiere."

Watch too feel a surge of pride

When you need to feel your spirits soar.

01

Rockets

You know who's story retold through fantastical  narrative, song and dance.

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How to survive a memory

Centered around ACT UP, this movie focuses on AIDS in New York in the 80s and 90s.

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