Can we have meaningful LGBTQ+ representation without showing same-sex PDAs? Danni Glover investigates.
Karen Pollock explores the themes behind The Duke of Burgundy, a story of love, betrayal and how far we will go to please a love
Willow Lloyd offers a queer retrospective on the Ridley Scott classic.
Dan Phillips looks at the way gay men have been represented on our screens, and wonders how helpful representation has really been.
Fresh from its UK premier at Sheffield’s Doc/Fest, Paul Jackson reviews Sara Jordenö’s inspiring documentary about New York’s voguing ballroom scene.
What happens when a mother and son project their sexualities onto the same person? Danni Glover reviews Andrew Stegall’s feature debut, ‘Departure’.
Following our preview of the excellent Poshida, and its debut at BFI Flare, Lee Williscroft-Ferris chats to Faizan Fiaz, the creative force behind the documentary.
It’s almost time for the BFI Flare Film Festival. Lee Williscroft-Ferris sits down to watch Poshida, a documentary by British-Pakistani filmmaker, Faizan Fiaz, which depicts the grim realities of everyday life for LGBT people in the South Asian nation.
Danni Glover shares why the Pope of Trash helps contextualise her queer politics.
As the debate about the lack of diversity in the Oscar nominations intensifies, Marcus Stow asks, can LGBTQ+ people get paid for telling our own stories?