Put Some Gay In Your Day, Dallas!

Old-School Queer Meets Modern Technology

Pride Month has come and gone. Dallas Pride’s rescheduled July events are over. And RuPaul’s Drag Race All-Stars concluded its fifth season Friday.

What’s a gay to do?

Fortunately, you can keep your Pride alive by going back in time—to the years between 1924 and 1933—with three of the world’s first queer films: Victor and Victoria, Mädchen in Uniform and Michael.

These three black-and-white classics have been brought out of the vaults and into your living room thanks to The Texas Theatre. The Pioneers of Queer Cinema series gives you access to all three films on demand for $15 or individually between $7 and $8 apiece. (Might as well watch all three for a real bargain.)

Get access now to the Screen Collection and you’ll have 10 days to watch, or five days to watch any individual films rented separately.

And here you thought The Wizard of Oz was as old as queer films got.

Pioneers of Queer Cinema
Virtual screening room
$7-8 per film or $15 for a three-pack