There's no doubt that the Black gay influence on Film & TV spans decades. While we begin to make strides in visibility, we felt now was a good time to provide a curated list of must-see Black gay movies.
Writer/director Jeremy Hersh’s The Surrogate, is an unusual and ambitious film. It hinges on Jasmine Batchelor’s performance as Sarah, coupled with the interweaving of interesting themes around maternal rights and social expectations.
In Andre Techine's vibrant "Being 17," two French teens experience unfamiliar feelings with confusion, fear and a force approaching violence.
Central African state, Cameroon, quietly arrests more gay and lesbian citizens than any other country in the world. But a few activists are trying to do something about it.
As I became more exposed to various media content and digested how black gay male representation was often depicted, I started to question why all the limp wrists in mainstream film and television.
Oppressed by her family life, dead-end prospects at school, and the boys' law in her neighbourhood, Marieme joins a feisty girl gang in the hope that this will lead to freedom.
It was refreshing to see not just a predominantly black gay male cast in Love The One You're With, but no one was in heels, no cakey makeup. It was just very realistic to me.
The newly restored James Baldwin: The Price of the Ticket is long regarded as the definitive film biography of its subject. Watch the full movie.
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