No Straight Lines: The Rise of Queer Comics
Vivian Kleiman, 2021, USA, 78 min
No Straight Lines tells the story of five scrappy and pioneering cartoonists who depicted everything from the AIDS crisis, coming out, and same-sex marriage to themes of race, gender, and disability. Beginning at a time in which there was no other genuine queer storytelling in popular culture, their work is funny, smart, and profound, and provides a unique, uncensored window into LGBTQ+ lives.
From X to Z
Florenci Manoville, 2021, USA, 12 min
A cranky Gen X butch is forced to spend time with a disaffected Zennial who seems to represent everything that bugs her about “kids today”.