Saturday, January 22

Queer Palm

2019 Awards, All Movie Awards, Cannes Film Festival, Film Awards, Film Awards By Year, Queer Palm

2019 Cannes Film Festival – Queer Palm Winner and Nominees

2019 Cannes Film Festival - Queer Palm WinnerPortrait of a Lady on FireCéline SciammaOn an isolated island in Brittany at the end of the eighteenth century, a female painter is obliged to paint a wedding portrait of a young woman.Amazon2019 Cannes Film Festival - Queer Palm Nominees5BDan KraussAmazonAdamMaryam TouzaniAmazonAnd Then We DancedLevan AkinAmazonBacurauJuliano DornellesAmazonBeanpoleKantemir BalagovAmazonIndianaraMarcelo BarbosaAmazonLibertéAlbert SerraAmazonLux ÆternaGaspar NoéAmazonMatthias & MaximeXavier DolanAmazonOh Mercy!Arnaud DesplechinAmazonPain and GloryPedro AlmodóvarAmazonPort AuthorityDanielle LessovitzAmazonRocketmanDexter FletcherAmazonTlamessAla Eddine SlimAmazonYou Deserve a LoverHafsia HerziAmazonZombi ChildBertrand BonelloAmazon
2018 Awards, All Movie Awards, Cannes Film Festival, Film Awards, Film Awards By Year, Queer Palm

2018 Cannes Film Festival – Queer Palm Winner and Nominees

2018 Cannes Film Festival - Queer Palm WinnerGirlLukas DhontLara is a 15-year-old girl, born in the body of a boy, who dreams of becoming a ballerina.Amazon2018 Cannes Film Festival - Queer Palm NomineesCarmen & LolaArantxa EchevarríaAmazonCassandro, the Exotico!Marie LosierAmazonDiamantinoGabriel AbrantesAmazonEl AngelLuis OrtegaAmazonEuphoriaValeria GolinoAmazonKnife + HeartYann GonzalezAmazonLove BloomsMichaël DacheuxAmazonRafikiWanuri KahiuAmazonSauvage / WildCamille Vidal-NaquetAmazonSorry AngelChristophe HonoréAmazonWhitneyKevin MacdonaldAmazon
2017 Awards, All Movie Awards, Cannes Film Festival, Film Awards, Film Awards By Year, Queer Palm

2017 Cannes Film Festival – Queer Palm Winner and Nominees

2017 Cannes Film Festival - Queer Palm WinnerBPM (Beats Per Minute)Robin CampilloMembers of the advocacy group ACT UP Paris demand action by the government and pharmaceutical companies to combat the AIDS epidemic in the early 1990s.Amazon2017 Cannes Film Festival - Queer Palm NomineesCobyChristian SondereggerAmazonGolden YearsAndré TéchinéAmazonHow to Talk to Girls at PartiesJohn Cameron MitchellAmazonMarlina the Murderer in Four ActsMouly SuryaAmazonThe Prince of NothingwoodSonia KronlundAmazonTheyAnahita GhazvinizadehAmazon
2016 Awards, All Movie Awards, Cannes Film Festival, Film Awards, Film Awards By Year, Queer Palm

2016 Cannes Film Festival – Queer Palm Winner and Nominees

2016 Cannes Film Festival - Queer Palm WinnerThe Lives of ThérèseSébastien LifshitzThérèse Clerc is one of the great figures of militantism. From the struggle to legalize abortion to the fight for equal rights of men and women and the battle for gay rights, she's been on ...Amazon2016 Cannes Film Festival - Queer Palm NomineesApnéeJean-Christophe MeurisseAmazonAquariusKleber Mendonça FilhoAmazonDivinesHouda BenyaminaAmazonFioreClaudio GiovannesiAmazonLe cancrePaul VecchialiAmazonRawJulia DucournauAmazonStaying VerticalAlain GuiraudieAmazonThe DancerStéphanie Di GiustoAmazonThe HandmaidenChan-wook ParkAmazonThe Neon DemonNicolas Winding RefnAmazonWilly 1erLudovic BoukhermaAmazon
2015 Awards, All Movie Awards, Cannes Film Festival, Film Awards, Film Awards By Year, Queer Palm

2015 Cannes Film Festival – Queer Palm Winner and Nominees

2015 Cannes Film Festival - Queer Palm WinnerCarolTodd HaynesAn aspiring photographer develops an intimate relationship with an older woman in 1950s New York.Amazon2015 Cannes Film Festival - Queer Palm NomineesAmyAsif KapadiaAmazonDopeRick FamuyiwaAmazonLoveGaspar NoéAmazonMarguerite & JulienValérie DonzelliAmazonMuch LovedNabil AyouchAmazonMustangDeniz Gamze ErgüvenAmazonNeither Heaven Nor EarthClément CogitoreAmazonOh La La Pauline!Émilie BrisavoineAmazonTwo FriendsLouis GarrelAmazonVanityLionel BaierAmazonWhere There Is ShadeNathan NicholovitchAmazon
2014 Awards, All Movie Awards, Cannes Film Festival, Film Awards, Film Awards By Year, Queer Palm

2014 Cannes Film Festival – Queer Palm Winner and Nominees

2014 Cannes Film Festival - Queer Palm WinnerPrideMatthew WarchusU.K. gay activists work to help miners during their lengthy strike of the National Union of Mineworkers in the summer of 1984.Amazon2014 Cannes Film Festival - Queer Palm NomineesA Girl at My DoorJuly JungAmazonBreatheMélanie LaurentAmazonDarker Than MidnightSebastiano RisoAmazonFLA (Faire: l'amour)Djinn CarrénardAmazonGirlhoodCéline SciammaAmazonLove at First FightThomas CailleyAmazonMommyXavier DolanAmazonParty GirlMarie Amachoukeli-BarsacqAmazonSaint LaurentBertrand BonelloAmazonWhen Animals DreamJonas Alexander ArnbyAmazonWhiplashDamien ChazelleAmazonXeniaPanos H. KoutrasAmazon
2013 Awards, All Movie Awards, Cannes Film Festival, Film Awards, Film Awards By Year, Queer Palm

2013 Cannes Film Festival – Queer Palm Winner and Nominees

2013 Cannes Film Festival - Queer Palm WinnerStranger by the LakeAlain GuiraudieSummertime. A cruising spot for men, tucked away on the shores of a lake. Franck falls in love with Michel, an attractive, potent and lethally dangerous man. Franck knows this but wants to live out his passion anyway.Amazon2013 Cannes Film Festival - Queer Palm NomineesBehind the CandelabraSteven SoderberghAmazonBlue Is the Warmest ColorAbdellatif KechicheAmazonBombay TalkiesAnurag KashyapAmazonMe, Myself and MumGuillaume GallienneAmazonYou and the NightYann GonzalezAmazon
2011 Awards, All Movie Awards, Cannes Film Festival, Film Awards, Film Awards By Year, Queer Palm

2011 Cannes Film Festival – Queer Palm Winner and Nominees

2011 Cannes Film Festival - Queer Palm WinnerBeautyOliver HermanusPortrait of a closeted gay husband/father living a life of quiet middle-aged desperation who becomes fixated on a friend's handsome collegiate son, leading to an incident.Amazon2011 Cannes Film Festival - Queer Palm NomineesDeclaration of WarValérie DonzelliAmazonGatos ViejosSebastián SilvaAmazonKids of TödayJérôme de MissolzAmazonMushroomsVimukthi JayasundaraAmazonMy Little PrincessEva IonescoAmazonPalawan FateAuraeus SolitoAmazonThe Silver CliffKarim AïnouzAmazonThe Skin I Live InPedro AlmodóvarAmazonThe Snowtown MurdersJustin KurzelAmazonWalk Away ReneeJonathan CaouetteAmazon