New LGBT movies on Netflix (Jan., Feb. & Mar. 2016)

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Posters for the movies “We Were Here,” “Bare” and “Stranger By The Lake”

A new batch of LGBT movies are available for streaming on Netflix. If you missed the new titles added in November and December, they are all still available on the service at time of writing. The movies that follow were added in January, February and March. Also, make sure to catch the movies leaving Netflix this month while you still can.

Stephen Fry Live: More Fool Me (2014)

Raconteur and actor Stephen Fry tells stories from his drug fueled years, coinciding with his memoir of the same name.

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We Were Here (2011)

A documentary about the HIV/AIDS crisis in San Francisco, as told through five individuals whose lives were impacted by the disease.

Game Face (2015)

An LGBT sports documentary featuring the stories of transgender MMA fighter Fallon Fox and gay basketball player Terrence Clemens. Both struggle for acceptance and understanding in their sports.

“Stranger By The Lake” (2014)

It’s summer and two men, Franck and Michel, meet at a gay cruising spot by a lake. Franck falls in love with Michel, who is attractive and charming — but also dangerous.

“I Love You, Phillip Morris” (2009)

Jim Carey stars as Steven Russell, a cop who tries to live the straight life, before realizing he must be true to himself. He comes out to his wife and starts a new life, funded by stolen credit cards and bad checks. He meets Phillip Morris, played by Ewan McGregor, in prison and is determined to build a new life with him, even if it means returning to old habits.

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“XXY” (2007)

A 15-year-old intersex person navigates gender identity. “XXY” won the Critics’ Week grand prize at the 2007 Cannes film festival.

“Bare” (2015)

When a young woman befriends a drifter, she is taken into a world of stripping, drugs and sexual experimentation and must work to find her true self.

“Liz in September” (2014)

A terminally ill lesbian on a vacation with her friends meets and connects with a woman whose son died of cancer.

“Queen of Carthage” (2015)

A dramatic thriller in which a young American drifter flees a traumatic relationship with his sister, traveling to New Zealand. There he meets a singer over whom he develops an obsession.

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