While of course celebrating Pride means wearing rainbows, riding on parade floats, and going to parties, it also means learning our queer past. This documentary, made entirely of footage from Pride events in 1977, is a time capsule of what it meant to be LGBTQ+ in the '70s. Directed by Arthur J. Bressan Jr. (who would tragically pass away 10 years after the film’s release in the AIDS epidemic), the film features interviews with dozens of individuals attending the Pride events, including everyone from drag queens, lesbians, and bisexuals to anti-gay rights activists, church leaders, and people just fascinated by all the hullabaloo. This pre-AIDS look at the queer community both highlights how far we’ve come as a society to accepting LGBTQ people (although not nearly far enough), while also showing how similar our gay ancestors were to us. And if that isn’t enough reason to watch, there is SO MUCH '70s gay fashion on display. You can’t miss that.