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Celebrate Pride Month in style – on the big screen

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Ever wondered what Pride Month looks like on the big screen? This. Exactly this. From brand-new LGBTQIA+ titles to returning classics, we’ve got plenty of ways for you to celebrate love, acceptance, diversity, and all things that generally slay. 

So, without further ado, here’s everything we’ll be showing as part of the celebrations. 

 

Unicorns - BOOK NOW

Can two people divided by race, culture, religion, sexual orientation and gender identity become each other’s unicorn? Hell yeah! When an Asian drag queen and a young mechanic share a chance encounter, a search for identity is sparked in this thought-provoking drama.


Love Lies Bleeding - BOOK NOW

Kristen Stewart in a lesbian thriller on steroids? Now that’s what we’re talking about. Here she plays a reclusive gym manager who understandably falls head over heels for a deliciously ripped bodybuilder (Katy O’Brian). But their perfect romance is soon disrupted (booo!) when they become entangled with a small crime family. Above all else, this one reminds us that we really need to hit the gym… 

 

Orlando, My Political Biography - BOOK NOW

What better way to tell your story of transition than through a visual interpretation of Virginia Woolf’s Orlando: A Biography? Well, that’s exactly what academic virtuoso turned filmmaker Paul B. Preciado is doing in this award-winning documentary. 


Bottoms - BOOK NOW

Like your high school comedies to punch you in the face? Join the club. In fact, this one’s about two heavily bullied girls who set up an actual fight club… to hook up with other girls, of course. You can’t blame them for trying.