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In celebration of Pride Month, MUBI has added a fresh batch of titles to its ongoing special film season, Pride Unprejudiced: LGTBQ+ Cinema. The season features a selection of films that explore the vast spectrum of sexual orientations, gender identities and cultural perspectives from celebrated filmmakers showcasing their unique storytelling and cinematic artistry.

Gods Own Country MUBI Pride month

The Pride Unprejudiced season already features a line-up that includes award-winning films, cult classics, and hidden gems such as Sebastian Lelio’s A Fantastic Woman (2017), Alain Guiradie’s Stranger By The Lake (2013), Rainer Werner Fassbender’s Querelle (1982), Andrew Haigh’s Weekend (2011) and many more. an’s award-winning Laurence Anyways (2012).

MUBI's Pride Unprejudiced: LGTBQ+ Cinema film season will be available to stream throughout the month of June and beyond on MUBI. Film enthusiasts, supporters of LGBTQ+ cinema, and viewers seeking powerful and inclusive storytelling are encouraged to join the celebration of Pride Month with this captivating collection of films.

Pride programming will be available to watch on MUBI throughout June and beyond

(Francis Lee, 2017) - June 2 Johnny works in isolation on his family’s farm in Yorkshire. He numbs his loneliness with binge drinking and casual sex, until the arrival of Gheorghe, a Romanian migrant worker, employed for the lambing season. Johnny suddenly finds himself having to deal with emotions he has never felt before.


(Agustina Comedi, Argentina, 2019) - June 7 MUBI Exclusive In Cordoba, Argentina, the end of the military regime promises a spring that doesn’t last long. La Delpi is the sole survivor of a group of transgender women and drag queens. She talks about how their basement shows guided the community and helped their struggle against AIDS and police violence.


(Jeffrey Schwartz, US, 2013) - June 6

I am Divine MUBI Pride month

The ultimate outsider turned underground royalty. This biography honours Divine in a way she always craved: as a serious artist and immortal star. Featuring rare movie footage, live performances, and brand new interviews with Divine’s family, friends, colleagues and forever indebted devotees.


(Lucio Castro, Argentina, 2019) - June 20 When Ocho, an Argentine poet on vacation in Barcelona, spots Javi from his balcony, the attraction is subtle but persistent. After a missed connection on the beach, a third chance encounter escalates to a seemingly random hookup. But are they part of each other’s histories, or maybe even destinies?


(Simon(e) Jaikiruma Paetau, Natalie Escobar, Germany/Colombia, 2022) - June 21 | MUBI Exclusive In the middle of the Colombian coffee region, Aribada, the resurrected monster, meets Las Traviesas, a group of indigenous transwomen from the Emberá tribes. Enchanted by the beauty and power of their spirits, Aribada decides to join Las Traviesas in creating their own trans*futurist community.


(Xavier Dolan, Canada/France, 2012) - June 30

Laurence Always MUBI Pride month

In the ’90s, Laurence tells Fred that she identifies as a woman. Over ten years, in spite of the odds, in spite of each other, the couple confront the prejudices of their friends, ignore the council of their families, and brave the bigotry of the society they offend.


(Zaida Carmona, Spain, 2022) - June 28 | MUBI Exclusive They are thirty years old but they live as when they were in their twenties, although they are too old to become young promises. They are in love with love but, in their search, they destroy each other, wandering from ex-girlfriend to ex-girlfriend in the bathrooms, beds and streets of Barcelona.


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