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Have you seen the British Film Institute's 30 Best LBGT Films of All Time yet?The list was compiled in honor of the 30th London LGBT Film Festival and features a delightfully wide range of global cinema,classics,and new favorites.

There have been complaints of recent films performing so high on an All Time list,but it's important to remember that LGBT film has become increasingly more common and less niche in recent years - such a list is naturally going to be drawing from a larger pool of candidates from the past 20 years.

The BFI's number one is the most recent andwe might have had a few things to say about it hereat The Film Experience.亚博主页Yes,the belovedCaroltook the top spot.Say what you will about this months-old film winning an All Time title,at least our beloved has finally won something!It's also exciting that they awarded a film directed by an LGBT person,as our stories are historically rewarded when told by straight persons.

Following right behind is another gay romance: Andrew Haigh'sWeekend.The film is recent to the world,but an even more recent release in Italy where it is just now opening five years after its debut.It even drew unusually large crowds,too -despite pushback from the Vatican.

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