Top Ten Queer Films

1. Anti Reproductive Mating Ritual (2011)

Two young men skateboarding on the dock as they undress. A beautiful and intimate courtship ritual.

2. About Him (2016)

Dustin is in his junior year at Monroe College. He follow his crush on a random sexcapade and ends up witnessing a horrid hate crime.

3. Sacred Hearts, Holy Souls (2014)

Two teenage misfits at an all-boys Catholic boarding school become unlikely comrades in a struggle against hormonal bullies and dinosaur-aged priests.

4. Intruders (2018)

In the midst of political upheaval in Brazil, Travis Mathews directs this startling and moving film of the intersection between class, privilege and sex. 

5. Trouser Bar (2016)

According to producer David McGillivray, "John Gielgud was obsessed with trousers, loved corduroy and leather. And so he wrote a film set in a menswear shop." Screenplay was originally penned for the late filmmaker Peter de Rome.

6. 1992 (2016)

Martin is seventeen and spends all day recording everything with his Hi8 camera. One day Martin meets Dominique, who works as a watchman at his school.

7. Adults Only (I) (2013)

Visions of a past relationship leave Matthew broken and isolated until an intimate encounter at a porn arcade opens a peephole to unexpected possibilities.

8. Young Man at the Bar Masturbating with Rage and Nerve (2015)

Dance and prostitution play the same role for Jonathan body

9. Spunk (2015)

Spunk is an experimental documentary where reality and virtual reality blend into a surrealistic sexual collage. 36 minutes long, it showcases digital sex with webcams, mobile phones and more.

10. Brazil Carnival (2016)

It is a film about the carnival in Rio de Janeiro, with bodies that dance, talk and get excited. The city becomes a jungle and everything is allowed.



11. Underwater (II) (2015)

Situated within the confines of an upper-class international swimming institution in the UK's countryside. The seclusion of such a location facilitates the character's blossoming and inevitable explosion.