Angelina Jolie (right) in the 1998 film Gia – an HBO biopic of America’s first openly gay supermodel Gia Carangi, who died of Aids aged 26. Jolie is the biological mother of gender fluid Shiloh Jolie-Pitt, a high-profile association that is helping drive the LGBTQ+ conversation forward off screen. Photo: HBO

5 recent LGBTQ+ movies that have made an impact – and how Angelina Jolie is influencing the conversation

From international Oscar winners Call Me by Your Name and A Fantastic Woman to art house success stories Adam, Girl and BPM (Beats per Minute) – here are 5 brilliant LGBTQ+ films from the past 3 years you need to see

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Angelina Jolie (right) in the 1998 film Gia – an HBO biopic of America’s first openly gay supermodel Gia Carangi, who died of Aids aged 26. Jolie is the biological mother of gender fluid Shiloh Jolie-Pitt, a high-profile association that is helping drive the LGBTQ+ conversation forward off screen. Photo: HBO
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Rob Garratt

Rob Garratt

Rob Garratt is a writer and editor with more than a decade’s experience in arts and lifestyle journalism. Before joining SCMP STYLE as a digital production editor, Rob worked as a culture feature writer at Abu Dhabi’s The National – covering music, film and more – and as online editor of Time Out Dubai. Published on three continents, he has contributed regularly to specialist publications including Travel Weekly, Photography is Art and All About Jazz.