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Fandor Announces 2014 Queer Cinema Spotlight for Pride Month

Jun 12, 2014 | Updated Feb 02, 2016
Courtesy of Fandor

Already done binge-watching "Orange Is The New Black"? Fear not: your list of view-worthy things to watch just got a bit more extensive.

Fandor announced its 2014 Queer Cinema Spotlight this week, an expertly-curated library of lesbian, gay, bisexual and transgender (LGBT) themed films released in conjunction with Pride Month. The list includes 22 different films that span a diverse representation of queer experience from the likes of Cheryl Dunye, Jean Genet and Todd Haynes, among others.

“This list represents only a handful of the exceptional LGBTQ films that we are delighted to offer,” Jonathan Marlow, Fandor's co-founder and Chief Content Officer, said in a statement. “Unlike other streaming services, Fandor meticulously selects titles for our extensive library in order to bring many of the greatest films (LGBTQ and otherwise) available to our members.”

Head here to view the 2014 Queer Cinema Spotlight listing in full.

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