In celebration of Pride Month, we are proud to continue recognizing the stories and contributions of the LGBTQ+ communities all month long here at Film at Lincoln Center. This week’s Community Corner question shined a spotlight on the vital and prolific LGBTQ+ voices that have impacted cinema history by asking you which queer relationships depicted in film have made the biggest impression on you. We put the question to our online community via Instagram, Twitter, and Facebook, and the responses featured a poignant mix of longing, tenderness, and heartbreak.

Popular responses included romances found in films like Desert Hearts, Moonlight, Tropical Malady, Carol, Mulholland Dr., The Watermelon Woman, Portrait of a Lady on Fire, Blue, My Beautiful Laundrette, The Handmaiden, Happy Together, Rafiki, Bad Education, Certain Women, God’s Own Country, Un chant d’amour, Fox and His Friends, Bound, and more. Thank you to everyone who joined the conversation! Also, don’t miss our special Pride Month playlist, featuring hours of insightful conversations from FLC that explore the queer experience in cinema.

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