Updated: Aug 30
The end of Summer 2020 may be near, but that doesn’t mean we can’t dive into some Fresno Reel Pride films at home. Whether you are streaming on Netflix, Hulu, Amazon Prime, or ALL three, these films are perfect for your at-home leisure!
Streaming on Netflix:
The Death and Life of Marsha P. Johnson
As she fights the tide of violence against trans women, activist Victoria Cruz probes the suspicious 1992 death of her friend Marsha P. Johnson.
Life in the Dog House
A couple operates a bustling dog rescue out of their own home, vowing to give a safe space to the neediest pups on the planet -- 10,000 and counting.
When a gay brainiac with OCD questions his identity, he enters a romantic relationship with a woman, leaving sex and physical intimacy out of it.
Hoping to give their relationship a boost, Jenna and Kate arrange to spend an evening with a third woman, but things take a turn once the sparks fly.
During their bachelorette weekend, a lesbian couple's relationship hits a snag when one of the brides confesses to never having an orgasm.
After a bad breakup, a struggling New York comedy writer tries to don a brave face and care for his dying mother in Sacramento.
Streaming on Hulu:
Directed by trans filmmaker Rhys Ernst, this adaptation tells the thought-provoking story of a cisgender male, who, after falling in love with a lesbian, goes on a journey of learning about LGBTQ culture.
The 10 Year Plan
Myles and Brody are two best friends who make a pact to be a couple if neither has found love in ten years’ time. Now that their arrangement is due, both friends do whatever it takes to avoid becoming each other’s last resort.
Cherry Pop, directed by Assaad Yacoub, follows one wild, crazy night at a drag club, where the matriarch of the show Zaza refuses to come out of her dressing room, while a young newcomer, The Cherry, is tormented by the regular troupe of back-stabbing queens.
Streaming on Amazon Prime:
Queens and Cowboys: A Straight Year on the Gay Rodeo
Chronicles a complete season of the International Gay Rodeo Association (IGRA). Roping and riding across North America, the IGRA’s courageous cowboys and cowgirls brave challenges in and out of the arena on their quest to the World Finals.
Arthur Bressan created a gay-America panorama when he commissioned filmmakers throughout the country to record all June 1977 Lesbian and Gay Pride parades and marches.