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Living 4 the Weekend: BluVonte

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Are you always wondering what to watch right now? These are some of the best LGBTQ+ movies streaming on Here TV and available for rent right now, and for good reason. They range from LGBTQ historical settings to romance to LGBTQ+ pure camp.

If you are looking for more LGBTQ+ movies or tv shows to stream, you should check out our list on Netflix, Revry, Hulu, and Amazon Prime.

Living 4 the Weekend: BluVonte

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Living 4 the Weekend: Bluvonte

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Blue and Kevontae live their lives to the fullest, especially on weekends. But they mostly explore their relationship with each other, questioning what they desire, who they are, and what they are looking for. This movie has a cast of great Black actors, it is heartfelt, dramatic, and romantic, and is directed by Corey Knott, who also stars in the movie.

Duration: 93 minutes
Year: 2022
Country: US

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That Girl, Peugeot

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That Girl, Peugeot

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Peugeot, born a girl, is trans, or in their words wants to be a boy. Their father has recently died, and their mom has suffered from grief until Peugeot sets her up on a date. Feeling impossible for them to be themselves, Peugeot takes drastic measures to try and fix the relationship with their mother. This short movie is sad but heartwarming. It is directed by Rebecca Coley.

Duration: 15 minutes
Year: 2020
Country: UK

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Boy Meets Boy

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Boy Meets Boy

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Harry is a detached boy who has been partying for two days in Berlin when he meets Johannes about fifteen hours before his flight home. As Johannes offers to print his boarding pass, they spend the day together, talking and confronting each other. This movie was nominated for Outstanding First Feature Award at the 2021 Frameline San Francisco International LGBTQ Film Festival, and it is intense and thoughtful. It is directed by Daniel Sánchez López.

Duration: 75 minutes
Year: 2021
Country: Germany

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Jay

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Jay

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Jay is a thirteen-year-old Taiwanese boy, fascinated and infatuated by his older brother, with whom he lives. He fakes interest in basketball to stay closer to him until he is confronted with the fact that other than being his relative, his brother is straight. This short movie is directed by Szu-Wei Chen.

Duration: 14 minutes
Year: 2019
Country: Taiwan

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Sunny Side Up

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Sunny Side Up

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Joe wakes up in a stranger’s bed after a party; the girl next to her is Abby, and they do not recognize each other at first. They start unraveling the night before, and as Abby cooks breakfast, memories and feelings start coming up. This short movie is romantic and lighthearted. It is directed by Anna Niebert.

Duration: 15 minutes
Year: 2019
Country: US

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Leap Weekend

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Leap Weekend

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David is staying with his cousin Pamela during a heat wave; when her boyfriend Javier comes to visit them, David experiences attraction for him, which leads him to eat, drink, use whatever Javier does. This movie is dramatic and it is directed by Daniel Rivera

Duration: 19 minutes
Year: 2020
Country: Chile

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Here Comedy Presents Kate Clinton

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Here Comedy presents Kate Clinton

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In this one-woman stand-up comedy special, Kate Clinton cleverly talks about feminism, lesbianism, and life. Kate Clinton is a pro in what she does, having started her career in the ‘80s, who describes herself as “a faith-based, tax-paying, America-loving political humorist and family entertainer”. This comedy special is directed by Kerry Asmussen.

Duration: 85 minutes
Year: 2005
Country: US

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Watercolors

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Watercolors

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Danny is a shy high schooler who loves painting; he is asked to help swimming champion Carter with school, as he is in need of a tutor while he hides the most problematic parts of himself. The love between them is bound to blossom, but is their first love going to last forever? This movie is a little sad, a lot romantic, quirky and dramatic. It has won many awards, such as Best Actor, Best Supporting Actor, and Best Director at the 2008 Tampa International Gay and Lesbian Film Festival. It is directed by David Oliveras.

Duration: 114 minutes
Year: 2008
Country: US

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A Woman's a Helluva Thing

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A Woman's A Helluva Thing

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Houston is a misogynistic macho who is confronted with reality as his mother passes away, and he learns that the estate she owned is not entirely his to inherit. His mother, in fact, had a lesbian lover Houston had no idea existed. This movie is campy and comedic, and it is directed by Karen Leigh Hopkins.

Duration: 90 minutes
Year: 2001
Country: US

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Mr. Leather

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Mr. Leather

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In this documentary, Jason Garrett explores the leather subculture in the gay community of the US. He follows nine men as they enter the 2003 Mr. Los Angeles Leather competition.

Duration: 69 minutes
Year: 2004
Country: US

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