Thinking about hosting a virtual film screening? This list should help you get started. While we’ve included links for purchase, PFLAG National also recommends checking out streaming services such as Netflix, Hulu, and Amazon Instant Video, where many of these titles can be accessed by subscribers!

The Adventures of Priscilla, Queen of the Desert

After Stonewall

Aimee and Jaguar

Angels in America

Before Stonewall

Beginners

The Birdcage

Boy Meets Girl

Boys Don’t Cry

Brokeback Mountain

The Broken Hearts Club

Brother Outsider

Brother To Brother

But I’m a Cheerleader

Call Me By Your Name

Carol

The Celluloid Closet

Circus of Books

Dangerous Living: Coming Out in the Developing World

Edge of Seventeen

For the Bible Tells Me So

For They Know Not What They Do

Freeheld

Gods and Monsters

Growing Up Coy

The Half of It

Hedwig and the Angry Inch

The Hours

I Am Not Your Negro

In & Out

Jeffrey

A Jihad for Love

Kiki

Kuma Hina

La cage aux folles

Lady Valor

Lesbian Avengers Eat Fire, Too

The Matthew Shepard Story

Ma vie en rose

Milk

Moonlight

The Most Dangerous Year

The Normal Heart

Paris is Burning

Philadelphia

Prayers for Bobby

Pride

Raising Zoey

Real Boy

Saved!

Screaming Queens: The Riot at Compton’s Cafeteria

Soldier’s Girl

Southern Comfort

The Strange History of Don’t Ask Don’t Tell

The Sum of Us

Tangerine

The Times of Harvey Milk

Tongues Untied

Torch Song Trilogy

To Wong Foo, Thanks for Everything Julie Newmar

Transamerica

The Trans List

Trembling Before G-d

Trevor

Two Spirits

Vito

We Were Here

When I Knew: A Different Beginning

Yossi and Jagger

This is not a comprehensive list - the possibilities truly are endless. If you have a film or documentary you’d like to suggest please contact Jamie Henkel ([email protected]).

Bonus Content:

Not sure what questions to ask as part of your book club program? Start by asking your readers if anyone would like to lead the conversation – someone who loves your selection might have great ideas for discussion. If not, here are a few general questions that can get any book club discussion rolling.

  • What did you like best about this book?
  • What did you dislike, or like least about the book?
  • If you could ask the author of this book one question, what would it be?
  • What feelings did reading this evoke for you?
  • Would you suggest this book to someone? Why or why not?
  • What do you think the author’s intention was when writing the book?