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Celebrate the LGBT History Month in February

February is for LGBT History Month

Next month will see the annual LGBT History Month. This year, the themes are Peace, Activism and Reconciliation.

To celebrate, our partner Peccadillo Pictures are making the award-winning and powerful film 1985 available for non-theatrical screenings from 28th January. Pre-book now!

Furthermore, we are delighted to announce that Steve McLean, director of Postcards from London and Simon Napier-Bell, director of 50 Years Legal will be available for Q&A screenings! Get in touch to enquire.*

You can also contact LGBT History Month directly and see how you can get involved: or visit

*Please note that Simon Napier-Bell and Steve McLean's availability will depend on schedules and approval.


Director: Yen Tan | Starring: Virginia Madsen, Cory Michael Smith, Michael Chiklis, Jamie Chung | 2018 | Drama

Texas, Christmas 1985 – Adrian (Cory Michael Smith) is home for the first time in three years. Between his mother’s fawning affections, his father’s begrudging, stilted conversation and his younger brother’s cold shoulder, Adrian is all too aware of the impact his absence has had on them.

Awards: IrisPrize Festival Best Feature & Best Performance in A Female Role category (Jamie Chung). L.A. Outfest - Outstanding Screenwriting (Yen Tan).

Pre-order now and screen from 28th January


Director: Simon Napier-Bell | Starring: Matt Lucas, Stephen Fry, Sir Ian McKellen, Sir Derek Jacobi | 2017 | Documentary

Directed and written by legendary rock promoter Simon Napier-Bell, created to coincide with the 50th anniversary in 2017 of the partial decriminalisation of homosexuality, this is an engaging but informative journey through LGBT history in UK since 1967 and how changes in politics and social attitudes, for better or worse, have evolved over the subsequent decades.

Simon Napier-Bell, director of 50 Years Legal is available for Q&A screenings. Contact us to enquire.

e:   t: +44(0)20 7984 5957


Director: Steve McLean | Starring: Harris Dickinson, Leonardo Salerni, Jonah Hauer-King, Raphael Desprez | 2018 | Drama

In his quest for fame, fortune and cultural stimulation, beautiful, young Jim (Harris Dickinson – Beach Rats, Trust) becomes the ultimate escort/muse in this sexy & stylish homage to legendary Soho.

Book now

Steve McLean, director of Postcards from London is available for Q&A screenings. Contact us to enquire.

e:   t: +44(0)20 7984 5957 


Director: Marcel Gisler | Starring: Max Hubacher, Aaron Altaras | 2018 | Drama

New player Leon (Aaron Alataras) joins Mario’s (Max Hubacher) football club and they become competitive on the pitch for securing a place in the first team. However, when asked to share an apartment, their rivalry takes a more passionate intimate turn. As their relationship intensifies, attitudes within the club force them to make a choice between their careers or each other.  Should they follow their hearts or play by the rules?

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Take a look at our full catalogue of LGBT titles available for bookings.