Queer Stream: 75 queer movies in this round up round up

Since we’re all inside and stressed out, we’ve launched Queer Stream, a series of short essays highlighting great queer movies and TV you can stream right now. Today we’re going to be doing things a little differently and we’re going to take the time to highlight some of the great round ups people have written about LGBTQ+ films you can stream right now. We’re a small publication, so we’ll never be able to cover nearly as much as these folks, but we can direct you to some great lists!

There’s bound to be some overlap on these lists, so we’ve picked out the best of the women loving women best on each list.

Riese, Autostraddle’s EIC and CEO, pulls together a list of 14 lesbian movies streaming on Hulu right now. Highlights include Margarita with a Straw, The Girl King, and Portrait of a Lady on Fire, which Bella will be live tweeting on Friday night at 8pm ET. Join us!

Rachel Kiley over at Pride.com rounds up 17 queer films to watch—including where to find them right now. Her highlights include Imagine Me & You, Paradise Hills, and D.E.B.S.

Variety’s Jourdain Seales gathers 16 films that are streaming on Netflix, Hulu, and other streaming services right now. Highlights are listed by streaming service and include Concussion, The Watermelon Woman, and But I’m a Cheerleader.

Amelia Abraham at Dazed Digital puts together a list of 8 short films that are queer for you to stream. The films are all from BFI Flare, the UK’s biggest LGBTQ+ film festival, which was canceled due to the ongoing pandemic. All of the films on this list are highlights and women loving women are featured in My Fiona, PXSSY PALACE, and Something in the Closet among others.

Billboard’s Chris Malone rounds up 10 queer music movies to stream. Women loving women highlights include Becks and Rent.

Out and About Nashville’s Josh Robbins shares his 10 favorite LGBTQ movies, including The Incredibly True Adventure of Two Girls in Love and The Kids are Alright.

What other lists have you seen? Share them in the comments below and catch us next week when we round up all the LGBTQ+ TV round ups.

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  • M.J. Lowe
    Posted April 1, 2020 7:20 pm 0Likes

    Some of these are also available for free via your local public library. Check to see if your library has Kanopy, Hoopla video, or RBDigital video.

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