The Chilean documentary 'Soy Niño' feels like more of an art piece than a story of a trans boy becoming an adult.
Anthony Montoya's informative, remarkably restrained documentary introduces us to queer, transgender, and nonbinary dance artists/activists.
'Impresario' is a touching, humorous, emotional and entirely captivating account of Marc Huestis' career and life.
The pendulum nature of the global LGBTQ rights movement is on breathtaking display in Ken Kwek's #LookAtMe.
'Being Thunder' is a thoughtful, powerful coming of age doc about a two-spirit member of the Narragansett tribe.
A movie about a woman who is quite aware of the challenges facing her as a trans woman in public but refuses to be defined...
Our critics review all 23 short films playing virtually in the 29th Reel Affirmations LGBTQ Film Festival.
'Blessed Boys,' from Italian director Silvia Brunelli, is tells a memorable story that combines romance and religion.
'Manscaped' magnificently spotlights three men doing their best to reimagine the barbershop as we know it.
'Prognosis' is a powerful documentary following filmmaker Debra Chasnoff in her two-year battle with a cancer that ends her life.
'Pat Rocco Dared' largely succeeds as both an introduction and elegy for an incredible participant in and witness to history.
Michelle Ehlen's Maybe Someday is a deeply moving and frequently delightful meditation on rebuilding life after loss.
'Small Town Pride' is a satisfying, feel-good documentary, a reassuring reminder of the strength queer people can find in each other.
'Waking Up Dead' goes all over the place, all the time, and refuses to pick a spot to land, feeling rushed and incoherent.
Started in 1991, Reel Affirmations has been under the umbrella of the DC Center since 2014. We offer a reviewer's guide to all 41 films.