A mesmerising portrait of a family grappling with teenage gender dysphoria, this uplifting documentary exudes the defiant message that love is all you need.

Colors of Tobi

Unfolding across the stunning mountain ranges of Montana, Anna Kerrigan’s gripping thriller finds a father and son attempting to escape a mother who is unwilling to accept her child’s gender dysphoria.


A nurse questions the intentions of his handsome new colleague in this taut and chilling psychological thriller.

The Dose (La Dosis)

Kenyan couple Samuel and Alex remain committed to each other despite the danger and hardship facing them in Pete Murimi’s moving documentary portrait.

I Am Samuel

At 94, the late, great Cloris Leachman steals the show in this gloriously offbeat drama about a drag queen who takes time out to care for his wise-cracking grandma.

Jump, Darling

The fascinating story of pioneering jazz musician Billy Tipton is brought thrillingly to life in this celebratory documentary portrait.

No Ordinary Man

A young African American man is forced to repeatedly endure the fatal day of his shooting in Ali LeRoi’s riveting drama.

The Obituary of Tunde Johnson

Young trans activist and Brazilian YouTube star Thiessa Woinbackk leads a superb cast in this impressive debut feature that sees a tough transgender teen demand her rights.


Body positivity, race, activism and queerness harmonise with full fat ferocity. No low-cal nonsense here – ‘Welcome to the sad femme club baby – YOU. ARE. ENOUGH!’

Well Rounded

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