Scroll down to read more!

A Couple of Men
Gay Couple Travel Blog

We are Karl and Daan from Amsterdam.
Join us on our adventure!


Latest Travel Posts


Gay-Friendly Hotels


Restaurants & Bars


Activities in & out


Gay Pride Trips

Queer Movies 2020 Roze Filmdagen Amsterdam/ Foto: © Julien Panié - Zazi Films - Chapka Films

Top 10 Queer Movies 2020 at Amsterdam LGBTQ+ Film Festival

Our Top 10 list of the best Queer Movies 2020 selected for the Amsterdam LGBTQ+ Film Festival Roze Filmdagen 2020. Since 25 years, the biggest Dutch LGBTQ+ film festival is inviting the LGBTQ+ community to see the best new LGBTQ+ related movies. To make sure, you won’t miss any of the great movies and films from the Philippines to Germany, from Argentina to Canada or from Panama to Israel, we teamed up with festival director Werner Borkes to select some of the best movies about queer love, threesome relationships, trans characters and love stories in difficult cultures from around the world. In 2020, the LGBTQ Film Festival in Amsterdam will celebrate its 23rd-anniversary featuring movies like the German movie “Heute oder Morgen”, the trans story from Panama “Todos Cambiamos” and the Canadian movie “Jeune Juliette”.


Top List of Queer Movies 2020 at Roze Filmdagen

The opening night of the Amsterdam LGBTQ+ Film Festival will be held on 12th March 2020 continuing for 11 days in total until 22nd March 2020. This year, the festival will be screening again to feature movies, documentaries, and short movies coming from many different countries. But don’t worry, you won’t get lost with our list of the best gay movies including trailers and screening information selected for the queer and trans movies of this year’s film festival for a couple of men. And no, we did not add queer porn movies to this list. Maybe you wanna check our Top 10 List of Lesbian Movies 2020 and our Top 15 List of Gay Movies 2020, too? And now, enjoy the movie festival, show pride, and have fun watching the 10 best Queer Movies 2020 selected by the Roze Filmdagen Amsterdam 2020!




#1 This Is Not Berlin (este no es berlín) | Mexico

1986. Mexico City. Seventeen-year-old Carlos doesn’t fit in anywhere: not in his family nor with the friends he has chosen in school. But everything changes when he is invited to a mythical nightclub where he discovers the underground nightlife scene: post-punk, sexual liberty, and drugs that challenges the relationship with his best friend Gera and lets him find his passion for art.. – This Is Not Berlin.

Spanish, with English subtitles
15th March 2020 | Sunday | 21:30 Hours
21st March 2020 | Saturday | 21:45 Hours



#2 Metamorphosis | Philippines

When Adam, who has identified as male until adolescence, suddenly experiences menstruation and discovers he is born with both male and female genitalia, his life is thrown into turmoil. As is his conservative Christian family. Yet Adam is determined to chart an own path. The film brims with light and color and casts its magic along its audience to deliver a message of love and acceptance to everyone, regardless of who you are and what you are.
. – Metamorphosis.

Filipino, with English subtitles
14th March 2020 | Saturday | 13:45 Hours
18th March 2020 | Wednesday | 19:45 Hours



#3 Miss | France

Alex, a young and gracious 9-year-old-boy has a dream: he wants to become Miss France. Fifteen years later, Alex has lost his parents and self-confidence. An unexpected encounter will resurrect this forgotten dream. Featuring a delightfully diverse cast, and more fabulousness than you can shake a tiara at, this is one uplifting feel-good movie you shouldn’t, well, miss. –  Miss.

French, with Dutch subtitles
21st March 2020 | Saturday | 19:30 Hours



#4 Relish | USA

Set as a modern-day road movie-adaptation of The Breakfast Club, the film follows the story of five teenage outcasts, who escape a private treatment facility in hopes of attending the infamous Dreamland Music Festival. Led by a transgender male, Kai (Tyler DiChiara), and with help from a social media influencer,  a football player addicted to opioids, Theo, who suffers from bipolar disorder, and Sawyer an alien-obsessed nerd, the five embark on the journey of a lifetime. – Relish.

English, no subtitles
14th March 2020 | Saturday | 21:45 Hours
16th March 2020 | Monday | 19:45 Hours



#5 The Garden Left Behind | USA & Brazil

The film traces the relationship between Tina, a young Mexican trans woman, and Eliana, her grandmother, as they navigate Tina’s transition and struggle to build a life for themselves as undocumented immigrants in New York City. – The Garden Left Behind.

English and Spanish, with English subtitles
14th March 2020 | Saturday | 19:45 Hours
15th March 2020 | Sunday | 15:45 Hours



#6 Yo, Adolescente (memories of a teenager) | Argentina

Number six on of our Top 10 Queer Movies 2020 list is the Argentinian movie Yo, Adolescente. After the suicide of his best friend and the fire in a local venue, between recitals, illegal parties at an abandoned warehouse, high school, and beach holidays, a year passes by in the tormented life of Zabo, who writes everything he feels and lives in his blog, “Memories of a teenager”. – Yo, Adolescente.

Spanish, with English subtitles
19th March 2020 | Thursday | 19:30 Hours
22nd March 2020 | Sunday | 17:45 Hours



#7 Todos Cambiamos (everybody changes) | Panama

A reminder on the US American TV show Transparent, a story around a Los Angeles family and how they are coping with their father coming out as a trans woman. But Todos Cambamos takes place in Panama. The Ponce family is the perfect family living in the quiet mountain town of Bambito, Panama. Also, the feminine feel of the father of the house gets a place in the form of a regular date-night with mother Carol.  But when Lizzie decides to definitively leave her masculine facade behind and openly come out of the closet as a trans woman, everything seems to collapse. The film will receive the HIVOS – FREE TO BE ME award. – Todos Cambiamos.

Spanish, with English subtitles
20th March 2020 | Friday | 19:30 Hours
21st March 2020 | Saturday | 17:45 Hours



#8 Heute oder Morgen (before we grow old) | Germany

Queer movie number eight is an Edition Salzgeber movie, the independent German film distributor and publisher based in Berlin. Niels and Maria are thrillseekers. They meet English student Chloe and the three of them have a great summer full of passion and romance. Push and pull, back and forth, the trinity comes together and apart, following the languorous rhythm of hot and drunken days without much more to do than plumb their desires. But can they sustain this small paradise? – Heute oder Morgen.

English and German, with English subtitles
17th March 2020 | Tuesday | 15:45 Hours
20th March 2020 | Friday | 15:45 Hours



#9 Flawless (HaNeshef) | Israel

The pressure to maintain a perfect image on social media plays out in this teen drama. In their quest to get the perfect body for prom night, three high school girls will do anything. Including selling a kidney to get plastic surgery. For one of the girls, going under the knife is particularly urgent, as she’s a trans girl whose father won’t support an operation. Her journey towards acceptance of herself and by others is masterfully portrayed by trans actress Strav Strashko. – Flawless (HaNeshef).

Hebrew, Russian and English, with English subtitles
16th March 2020 | Monday | 17:45 Hours
18th March 2020 | Wednesday | 15:45 Hours



#10 Jeune Juliette | Canada

Last but not least, we put a Canadian film in our top queer movies 2020 list! In this rousing comedy, Juliette and her best (and only) friend Léane don’t like gym class. Actually, they don’t really try at all. Rather, they skip class, talk trash about the other kids and host a radio show that everyone complains about – but they don’t care. She befriends an autistic boy, and together they form an irresistible outsider’s alliance. Trouble brews when Léane falls in love with Juliette… Colorful, kooky and cool. – Jeune Juliette.

French, with English subtitles
22nd March 2020 | Sunday | 13:45 Hours


List of the best Queer Movies 2020 selected for Roze Filmdagen Amsterdam

Of course, our top 10 list of queer movies 2020 is just a selection for some guidance to get an overview for a festival visit. Check the whole program of the Roze Filmdagen for all movies, films, and documentaries! This year again, it is possible to support the Amsterdam LGBTQ+ Film Festival with two different kinds of memberships (website in NL/EN).

Option 1: Become a Pink Member with a one-year membership of about €50. You will get a 3 Euro discount at a full price ticket during the festival and discounts throughout the year for the Gay Night at Het Ketelhuis, and sometimes other festivals and events Roze Filmdagen is cooperating with.

Option 2: Become a Platinum Member with a one-year membership about €750. With a personal passe-partout, you will have access to all movies, you will receive a unique Roze Filmdagen shirt and you will have access to several events during the festival. We hope you enjoyed our selection of lesbian movies 2020 of the Roze Filmdagen (engl: Pink Film Days) and we will see you again for the 24th edition of the Roze Filmdagen Amsterdam in 2021!

Karl & Daan.

Do you wanna know and see more of us gay couple travel bloggers? Stay tuned on Instagram, Twitter, YouTube, and Facebook! See you in Amsterdam, the Netherlands and around the world!

Like it? PIN IT! >

February 14, 2020
Our 18 Romantic Valentine’s Day Kisses on Instagram
Love, our world needs more love. For us, Valentine’s Day on February 14th is...
February 28, 2020
LGBT & Gay in Cambodia: Rejection & Violence after Coming Out
In addition to the two genders, male and female, Cambodia’s national language Khmer also...

Leave a comment

Your email address will not be published. Required fields are marked *

This site uses Akismet to reduce spam. Learn how your comment data is processed.