Best LGBTQ movies to watch in the Pride month

WRITTEN BY Aditi Shrivastava

My first summer

Claudia is abandoned in a rural hamlet after her mother commits suicide; she finds comfort in Grace, who gently supports Claudia in making her life lovely.


As he prepares to marry his longtime sweetheart, young refugee Nawabi is disturbed by terrible flashbacks of a tangled past he's grown used to keeping to himself.

Well rounded

It explores the difficulties of living in a fatphobic, heteronormative, and racist world. Every story has some message to deliver.


Rafiki brilliantly captures the risks of gay love in Kenya, where homosexuality is outlawed, and the intense, uncontrollable excitement of a celebrity, passionate desire.


The film delves into the internal dynamics of the drive that led to homosexuality being removed from the Diagnostic and Statistical Manual of Mental Disorders.


After separating from his wife, a father refuses to let Joe live as a trans boy. Joe's disturbed but well-intentioned father Troy takes off with him into the Montana countryside.

Kiss Me Before It Blows Up

Chaos reigns when two generations of Israeli ladies fall in love with a German woman and a Palestinian man.

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Nell Barlow meets lifeguard Isla while on vacation with her mother and sister. Sweetheart is a moment of self story that is cute and elegant.


When a young artist is forced to join her high school track team, she uses the chance to gain the girl she's had a crush on. However, she finds herself falling for someone else.

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