Film at Lincoln Center is proud to celebrate and share the stories of the LGBTQ+ community year-round. This Pride Month, we’re spotlighting some of the artists who have sat down with FLC over the past decade to illuminate their work as part of extended, intimate conversations in our Free Talks series, during the New York Film Festival or our New Directors/New Films festival, and beyond.

From this archival treasure trove, we’ve compiled a can’t-miss video playlist featuring hours of insightful conversations that explore the queer experience in cinema. Available for free to viewers worldwide, these discussions feature the filmmakers and artists behind such essential films as Moonlight, How to Survive a Plague, Carol, Female Trouble, Portrait of a Lady on Fire, Pariah, Tangerine, Blue is the Warmest Color, Beau travail, Beach Rats, Pariah, and End of the Century. We’re also proud to share a special video highlighting the LGBTQ+ films that have found a home in Film at Lincoln Center’s theaters, and more favorites throughout history.

Check out the video and playlist below or on YouTube.

Céline Sciamma on Water Lilies

Xavier Dolan on I Killed My Mother

Queerness in Cinema and Film Criticism Talk (podcast)

Barbara Hammer

Beach Rats (podcast)

Beau Travail

Blue is the Warmest Color

Boom for Real: The Late Teenage Years of Jean-Michel Basquiat

Born to Be

Call Me By Your Name (podcast)

Carol (podcast)

Certain Women (podcast)

Diamantino (podcast)

End of the Century

The Favourite (podcast)

Female Trouble

How to Survive a Plague

John Waters and Isabelle Huppert (podcast)

Lily Tomlin and Jane Wagner (podcast)

The Miseducation of Cameron Post

Moonlight (podcast)

Neon Bull (podcast)

Pain and Glory (podcast)


Portrait of a Lady on Fire (podcast)

Sauvage / Wild

Tangerine (podcast)

We the Animals

Yvonne Rainer Talk

Additional Conversations

The Film Comment Podcast: LGBTQ Representation 

The Film Comment Podcast: Queer Cinema Before Stonewall

The Film Comment Podcast: Queer Criticism