The Feelings Are the SameDecember 11, 1972
Interview-based documentary about the conditions for gays and lesbians in Danish society.
By AttritionApril 1, 1986
A lyrical look at a challenge shared by people of all orientations across time: the lesbian break-up.
A heartbroken girl is pursued by a domineering female photographer, and her growing infatuation begins to blur the line of reality and fantasy.
The Acorn PrincessFebruary 14, 2020
Princess Cornelia and the Flower Prince have been betrothed for as long as they can remember. The two have grown inseparable...as friends. Cornelia pines for the heart of the guard captain, and the Flower Prince is involved with another in secret. On the eve of their wedding day, the pair dread what may be the end of their lives as they know it.
Chained!June 18, 2010
Why are lesbians the biggest consumers of wallet chains in the country? Chained! is a fun, humorous romp through the lives of these quirky lesbians who define themselves by their chains.
Bye Bi LoveOctober 12, 2010
An invitation to your ex-girlfriend's wedding. Presided over by your ex-husband. Till death do you part with your past
Braids on a Bald HeadNovember 14, 2010
A day in the life of a Hausa hairdresser in Northern Nigeria and how she is able to ask for better in her marriage after an experience that questions her sexuality.
Prom NightJune 3, 2018
Closeted prom nominee Callie is forced to make a life altering decision on the night of her senior prom.
Sappho DarlingSeptember 1, 1968
A pretty young girl named Sappho is, despite her boyfriend's best efforts, determined to remain a virgin until she marries. One day she picks up a beautiful, busty hitchhiker named Brigitte, and finds herself attracted to the sexy young blonde.
Hello, My Name Is LesbianJanuary 1, 2009
Hello, My Name Is Lesbian shows modern lesbian lifestyle and culture in all it’s diversity as it is lived in one of the most sexually liberated countries in the world. Set against historic footage from the last five decades, women aging from 19 to 84, share their views on sex, family gatherings, parental roles, night life and careers: every facet of the lives we lead, viewed through the eyes of women who have chosen identities departing from the norm.
Shame, Shame, Everybody Knows Her NameOctober 7, 1969
A pretty young girl arrives in New York City to make it in "the Big Apple", but winds up getting involved with lesbians, an escort service and the underground bondage scene.
The Third SexNovember 8, 1934
An exploitation film about homosexuality. The film is believed to be lost. Elinor Gordon, who was frightened sexually by a man while an infant, confides in her psychoanalyst that she is contemplating yielding to the advances of her overly attentive and affectionate female roommate, Bobby Allen. The psychoanalyst advises the woman to dispossess her roommate, who works in the same law office as she, and to marry a football player. After the young woman rebuffs her roommate, she accompanies her lawyer employer, Dave Warren, to the country home of the firm's senior partner, John Grant. While Elinor falls in love with Dave, the senior partner's socialite daughter, Judy, yearns for Paul, an artist, who, unknown to her, is a homosexual.
Hot MilkApril 8, 2005
A crazy week-end in Ibiza for a farm girl who dreams of being a go-go dancer at a club. Her Fantasy almost fulfilled she will have to decide whether she is fitted for a tranquil life or the excitement of the last 48 hours.
T'Ain't Nobody's Bizness: Queer Blues Divas of the 1920sJanuary 1, 2011
The 1920s saw a revolution in technology, the advent of the recording industry, that created the first class of African-American women to sing their way to fame and fortune. Blues divas such as Bessie Smith, Ma Rainey, and Alberta Hunter created and promoted a working-class vision of blues life that provided an alternative to the Victorian gentility of middle-class manners. In their lives and music, blues women presented themselves as strong, independent women who lived hard lives and were unapologetic about their unconventional choices in clothes, recreational activities, and bed partners. Blues singers disseminated a Black feminism that celebrated emotional resilience and sexual pleasure, no matter the source.
Pleasure and SufferingJanuary 1, 1971
The main characters are a group of four friends. Nana, a fashion designer, is the leader of the group. Nana has a fear of men, and she expresses anguish when her girlfriend Salwa says that her father is arranging a marriage for Salwa to one of her father's coworkers.