To save you the trouble of flipping through a pageview-inflating “slideshow,” here are the “50” essential gay films as nomimated by gay celebrities in the March 2011 Out:

  1. John Cameron Mitchell: Entertaining Mr. Sloane
  2. Christopher Landon: Rope
  3. Gregg Araki: Mala Noche
  4. Simon Doonan: X, Y & Zee
  5. Chris Benz: The House of Yes
  6. Michael Kors: The Last of Sheila
  7. Lee Daniels: Shaft
  8. Michael Sucsy: Midnight Cowboy
  9. Amanda Palmer: The Hotel New Hampshire
  10. Neil Bartlett: The Angelic Conversation
  11. Our Lady J (no relation): Torch Song Trilogy
  12. Tony Kushner: Happy Together
  13. Matt Tyrnauer: The Killing of Sister George
  14. Tim Gunn: Another Country
  15. Dustin Lance Black: Pink Narcissus
  16. Catherine Opie: Personal Best
  17. Kate Bornstein: The Ballad of Little Jo
  18. Christine Vachon: Whoever Slew Auntie Roo?
  19. John Waters: Two Moon Junction
  20. Jack Pierson: The Laziest Girl in Town
  21. Dale Peck: Parting Glances (yes)
  22. Margaret Cho: Velvet Goldmine
  23. Edmund White: Strangers on a Train

Five other thematic groups of five are listed, none of interest.

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