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Some of the best of Tribeca-premiering LGBTQ+ films, shorts, online works, and VR are out now! So whether in theaters, on streaming services, online, or even with an Oculus headset, take a moment to enjoy these amazing stories this Pride month.
Rooftop Films presents a FREE screening of this thought-provoking and entertaining look at the unforgettable piece of American camp culture, Showgirls, and the surprising ways we connect with film and each other. The evening will also include live music performance and a Q&A. (NYC, Thur 6/27)
The man, the brand, and the unforgettable downfall of iconic designer Halston – a richly entertaining window into fashion, commerce, and human foible.
This 2019 N.O.W Showcase short narrative is the story of a young Chinese restaurant worker who falls in love with a god who leads him on a journey of sexual awakening and self discovery.
Set in the aftermath of the release from prison of Chelsea Manning, former U.S. Army soldier and intelligence analyst, XY Chelsea is more than just a portrait of the polarizing figure – also doubling as a blueprint on how patriotic Americans can resist unlawful rule.
A celebration of the lasting political legacy of the legendary Marsha P. Johnson – gay liberation activist and self-described “street queen”– seeking to finally solve the mystery of her unexplained death.
The first release of RYOT Films/HuffPost partnership, Short Series, is the #Tribeca2019 short doc about acclaimed photographer Stanley Stellar, who photographed four decades of New York City’s ever-changing gay community.
A celebration of New York drag culture, and those personalities and performances that contribute to the ways we understand queerness, art, and identity today.
Part of our 2018 N.O.W. Showcase, Dinette is an original series focusing on a group of female and gender non-conforming friends who come together for a commitment ceremony in the waning days of 2017.
In recognition of the 50th anniversary of the Stonewall riots, Tribeca hosted a day-long event dedicated to the visibility of all the identities within the queer family and to provoke reflection on what this milestone means for us as a community.
Watch clips from this incredible day celebrating activism in the arts.