The OutMuseum is the first LGBTQ+ arts and media virtual museum of its kind - available free to the public. Home to a combination of rotating and permanent exhibits centering themes, identities, and experiences which celebrate and commemorate the queer and trans communities we serve as an organization, the OutMuseum places the telling of our past, present, and future into the hands of those who have lived this past, are surviving its present and will be imagining a thriving future for it. Through short film collections, panels and roundtables, oral histories, and other multimedia within our slate of exhibits, this space offers the ability to foster discussions, increase access to art and information, and, most importantly, speak to histories that are regularly omitted from the record. Because what is history, if not storytelling? And it is all available for free!
Rejected by his family for his queerness and oppressed by his country for the same, Libyan teenager, Britannia, gets an interview at the British Embassy taking him one step closer to the pulsing queer world that is Manchester’s Canal Street. Being British and gay is everything he’s ever dreamed of. But an unexpected discovery strikes deep and forces him to question where his dreams truly lie.
Undocumented immigrant, Nkechi, lives happily in the shadows with her partner Martha, but when immigration officers turn up unexpectedly, they have to make difficult decisions about their future together
In this upbeat and empowering film, Native American lesbians and gay men speak of their unique historical and spiritual role. Within the Native American community, homosexuality was traditionally associated with the power to bridge worlds. Interviews with leading activists and personal testimony ...
A genderqueer Berliner and the life of three generations of Vietnamese diaspora. JACKFRUIT shows the entanglement of queerness with intergenerational struggle, migration, partriarchal succession and (buddhist) spirituality.