Jordan Firstman, Catalina Saavedra and Sebastián Silva are outstanding in this darkly funny exploration of a self-obsessed culture.
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The fourth and final season of the hugely popular teen TV series is its most tense and powerful yet.
Rami Malek taps into Freddy Mercury’s untamed and charismatic energy in this spirited Queen biopic.
Harris Dickinson leads this innovative drama in which a queer and bygone Soho is imaginatively crafted and explored.
This infectiously charming and twice BAFTA-nominated teen series returns with a second eight-episode season of sweet and refreshing LGBTQ+ representation.
Check out our selection of the best LGBTQIA+ focused UK film and TV to watch to celebrate this year's Pride month.
From horror to musical with everything in-between, these films will entertain and educate.
This charming, BAFTA-winning drama joyously explores the power of solidarity across lines of class, gender and sexuality.
Tom Cullen and Chris New are outstanding in writer-director Andrew Haigh’s distinctive and highly-acclaimed second feature.
Writer-director Hong Khaou’s astounding debut feature is a beautiful meditation on grief, loss, language and love.
Kate Winslet and Saoirse Ronan are sensational in this stunning romantic drama about forbidden love in the Victorian era.
This captivating Section 28 drama features a stunning performance from Rosy McEwen, who plays a teacher leading a double life.
Maxine Peake, Naomi Ackie and Brian Gleeson star in Desiree Akhavan’s dramedy series about queer identity.
Gemma Arterton and Gugu Mbatha-Raw star in a sun-kissed WWII drama about friendship and forbidden love.