The new docu-series New Deep South from The Front only has one episode to date, but if “Instababy” is any indication of how the amazing the rest of the series will be, we’re excited for future episodes. Episode 1, created by Rosie Haber and Lauren Cioffi, focuses on a queer couple in Jackson, Mississippi as they try to start a family in a state where same-sex adoption is still illegal, and turn to the best resource at their disposal: Instagram. Watch here.
Becoming Me profiles Sarah Oliver White as she discusses her nonbinary trans identity as a gender fluid demi-girl. The short documentary was produced by Refinery29, and directed by Kirk Larsen. Watch here.
This short documentary produced by Lambda Legal follows Robina Asti, a 92-year-old WWII veteran pilot and transgender woman who is denied for social security benefits after her husband dies. Watch here.
Iranian, Gay & Seeking Asylum is a 2011 documentary by director Glen Miller follows the lives of two gay Iranian men trying to establish their new lives in the U.K. after their partners were executed by the Iranian authorities for their sexual orientation. Watch here.
That B.E.A.T. is a short film that explores the gay Bounce subculture in New Orleans directed by Abteen Bagheri. You may recognize several shots from Beyonce’s “Formation” video. Watch here.
The docu-series produced by Vice and featuring Ellen Page premiered this week with Episode 1, which focuses on Japan. We can’t wait for future episodes! Watch here.
This hour-long Logo documentary tells the story of LGBT people who fought the earliest battles for equality. Watch here.
This short documentary directed by Scott Bloom and produced by Frameline Voices explores the history of the Satyrs Motorcycle Club—the oldest, continuously running gay organization in the world—through archival photos, vintage film footage, and interviews with members. Watch here.
This 2014 short film from filmmaker Torben Bernhard and OHO Media follows Eri Hayward, a trans woman who had a conservative Mormon upbringing, and her relationship with her family. Watch here.
This short portrait of openly gay rapper Cakes Da Killa is definitely worth a watch. The film was directed by Ja’Tovia M. Gary. Watch here.