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Fandor Puts Spotlight on Queer Cinema in Honor of Pride Month

Fandor Puts Spotlight on Queer Cinema in Honor of Pride Month

Launched on June 10th, Fandor has made available a collection of 22 new titles for their 2014 Queer Cinema Spotlight for Pride Month. The curated streaming service, which already boasts one of the most extensive LGBT film collections on the web, seeks to provide a broad collection of truly important films each year for the event.

Among the 22 newly available titles, the most groundbreaking and noteworthy is the 1989 documentary style examination of the troubles faced by gay, black men in the 1980s, “Tongues Untied.” Directed by Emmy Award-winner Martin Briggs, “Tongues Untied” artfully uses rap, poetry and performance to provide a unique perspective on racism and homophobia.

These films are joining Fandor’s deep LGBT library, check out the full list:

Tongues Untied (1989)

Happy Together (1997)

Parting Glances (1986)

Poison (1991)

Un Chant D’Amour (1950)

The Watermelon Woman (1997)

Virgin Machine (1988)

I Killed My Mother (2009)

Vacationland (2006)

After Stonewall (1999)

Sebastiane (1976)

Animals (2012)

A Very Natural Thing (1974)

Easy (2014)

The Advocate for Fagdom (2011)

Dinah East (1970)

Come Undone (2000)

The Lesbian Avengers Eat Fire, Too (1993)

Hide and Seek (1996)

Leo’s Room (2009)

XXY (2007)

Who Took The Bomp? (2009)

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