fiveFilms4freedom 2016 – the world’s first global, digital LGBT film festival is back
Last year's event was the first-ever of its kind and reached people in 135 countries. Flushed with success from this, the British Council and the British Film Institute (BFI) are hoping fiveFilms4freedom 2016 will be even bigger, better and more inspirational second time around.
From 16 to 27 March 2016, audiences in London are enjoying BFI Flare, the lesbian, gay, bisexual and transgender (LGBT) film festival. At the same time you, and people all over the world, can watch five films from the festival for free online.
Love is a human right – watch, tweet and share on 17 March 2016
On Thursday 17 March 2016, fiveFilms4freedom is once again asking the world to watch a movie together. Over the course of one single day, you can show that love is a human right simply by watching one of the films, joining people from around the world.
If you want to pledge your support, please tweet and share on all social media on 17 March, with the hashtag #FiveFilms4Freedom.
From 16 to 26 March 2017, audiences in London are enjoying BFI Flare, the lesbian, gay, bisexual and transgender (LGBT) film festival. At the same time you, and people all over the world, can watch five films from the festival for free online.
Watch the five films from 16 to 27 March 2016
For a full 12 days you can watch the films online. That's right now. We hope that you enjoy them.
Subtitles: you can watch the films with English, Arabic, Chinese, Russian and Latin American Spanish subtitles. Click the settings button on the video player and then ‘Subtitles/CC’ to select the language of your choice. To turn all subtitles off click ‘CC’ on the player.
Please note: the English-language version of Breathe contains swearing; we have removed this from subtitled versions of the film.