LGBTQ Feature Films

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Did you know that Carnegie Library has a sizable LGBTQ film collection? The largest collection in one place can be found at our Oakland location 

Don’t feel like searching for a parking spot? You can browse our catalog, using a variety of keywords (LGBT Video, gay men DVD, lesbians DVD) and have the titles you choose sent to the library of your choice for pickup. 

You can also check out what’s available to stream or download on hoopla. Like our other services, borrowing movies and TV shows (as well as eBooks and eAudio) on hoopla is absolutely free.  

So, consider borrowing one of the titles below or search for something completely different. You’ll have to provide the popcorn, but otherwise the show’s on us. 

You can sign up for a free library card here. If you are new to our eResources, check out these tutorial videos on how to get started.

Looking for a good book, album, movie or TV show? We’re happy to recommend them to you! Use this Personalized Recommendations form to send us some information about what you like and we’ll curate a list just for you.

If you have any additional questions, you can contact a librarian through FacebookInstagram or Twitter. You can also call us at 412.622.3114 or email us at info@carnegielibrary.org.

Ammonite

In 1840s England, acclaimed but overlooked paleontologist Mary Anning and a young woman sent to convalesce by the sea develop an all-consuming love affair that defies social bounds and alters the course of both women’s lives.

Breaking Fast

Mo, a practicing Muslim living in West Hollywood, is learning to navigate life post heartbreak. Enter Kal, an All-American guy who surprises Mo by offering to break fast with him during the holy month of Ramadan. 

Rocketman

An epic musical fantasy about the uncensored human story of Sir Elton John’s breakthrough years. 

Supernova

A gay couple embark on a road trip as dementia starts to take hold of one of them. 

Wild Nights With Emily

In the mid-nineteenth century, Emily Dickinson is writing prolifically and enjoying a passionate, romantic relationship with her friend and sister-in-law Susan. While seeking publication of some of her poems, Emily finds herself facing male literary gatekeepers too confused by her genius to take her work seriously. Instead, her work attracts the attention of an ambitious woman editor, who also sees Emily as a convenient cover for her own role in buttoned-up Amherst’s most bizarre love triangle. 

The World to Come

Somewhere along the mid-nineteenth century American East Coast frontier, two neighboring couples battle hardship and isolation, witnessed by a splendid yet testing landscape, challenging them both physically and pscyhologically.