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Sundance Film Festival 2023: All the LGBTQ+ Movies We're Excited For

The popular film festival is just right around the corner — and lots of queer titles are getting some shine! 

Queer Sundance Hit 'Am I Ok?' Coming to HBO Max

The film stars Dakota Johnson as a woman who comes out in her 30s.

We Have Enough Tragic White Lesbian Period Romances — Move On

The new film ‘The World to Come’ unfortunately rehashes a lot of tired sapphic stereotypes.

‘Together Together’ Is the Film That Should Make Patti Harrison a Star

The project, which is debuting at Sundance, is also a blueprint for how trans actors should be treated.

Here's All 13 LGBTQ+ Films Premiering at Sundance 2021

Will one of these projects become the next Call Me By Your Name?

How Coming Out Propelled This Director Into Hollywood

Writer-director Paul Downs Colaizzo reflects on his feature film debut, “Brittany Runs A Marathon," which hits theaters Friday.

The 28 Queer And Queer-Friendly Films At Sundance

From Rhys Ernst’s “Adam” to Nisha Ganatra’s “Late Night" and a doc about Dr. Ruth.

Sundance is Queer! The Festival's Top 7 LGBTQ Films

From trans YouTube star Gigi Gorgeous to gay civil rights activist Bayard Rustin.

Gay Love Story Call Me By Your Name Starring Armie Hammer to Premiere at 2017 Sundance Film Festival

The film follows a romance spanning 20 years after a chance meeting in 1980s Italy between a 17-year-old boy and a 24-year-old American scholar.

WATCH: Trailer for Sundance Hit, Uncle Howard

Now screening at Sundance, Aaron Brookner's doc is his biography of a biographer of a Beat Poet. 

Must-See: 12 Queer Films at the 2016 Sundance Film Festival

The Sundance Film Festival continues to be a platform for LGBT visibility.

Out100: Kim Yutani

Film Festival Director