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Queer and trans visibility on-screen and off has reached greater prominence than ever before, but is that representation actually positive, authentic, radical, ethical, or even adequate? Let's find out!

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JANUARY:

Beanpole (dir. Kantemir Balagov, 2019) on iTunes for $4.99

Portrait of Jason (dir. Shirley Clarke, 1967) on Criterion

Alice in Borderland (dir. Shinsuke Sato, 2020) on Netflix

 Beach Rats (dir. Eliza Hittman, 2017) on Hulu

 Climax (dir. Gaspar Noé, 2018) on Amazon

Veneno (dir. Various filmmakers, 2020) on HBO Max

House of Hummingbird (dir. Bora Kim 2018) on iTunes for $4.99

Victim (dir. Basil Dearden, 1961) on Criterion

Clementine (dir. Lara Gallagher, 2019) on Kanopy

Edge of Seventeen (dir. David Moreton, 1998) on Netflix

O Fantasma (dir. João Pedro Rodrigues, 2000) on Criterion

I Am Divine (dir. Jeffrey Schwarz, 2013) on Netflix & Tubi

Wild Things (dir. John McNaughton, 1998) on Amazon

Yentl (dir. Barbra Streisand, 1983) on Criterion

Bit (dir. Brad Michael Elmore, 2019) on Tubi

Caravaggio (dir. Derek Jarman, 1986) on Kanopy

 Merry Christmas, Mr. Lawrence (dir. Nagisa Oshima, 1983) on Criterion

 

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