The Top 5 Films We Think You Should Watch During Pride Month

The Top 5 Films We Think You Should Watch During Pride Month

To celebrate Pride Month, we thoughtfully curated this list of top films that explore sexuality and gender, discuss the LGBTQ+ community’s history and the issues it faces today, and offer a fresh and unique outlook on LGBTQ+ perspectives on society.

Whether you are hosting a virtual viewing at your library or planning a movie night, we hope you enjoy these titles, all of which you can find in Access Video On Demand for public libraries.

Our Top 5 Pride Month Films, Available Through Access Video On Demand:

  • Just Gender (#205871): Challenging the viewer to question their notions of male and female, this film explores the diversity that exists in the transgender community. 
  • Where Justice Ends (#205872): Narrated by Tony award® winner Brian Stokes, this film addresses two timely social justice topics: conditions in the U.S. prison system, and the treatment of transgender individuals by the law. 
  • Drawn This Way (#194657): This documentary dives into the pages of comic books, animated series, films, and even video games to discover the LGBTQ characters portrayed. 
  • Queer Icon (#241091): This series celebrates the strides made by members of the LGBTQ+ community in increasing acceptance for queer people.  
  • My Big Gay Jewish Conversion (#215616): A gay Catholic travels to Israel to find out whether Judaism is the one mainstream religion that accepts homosexuality.

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