Before Ang Lee was the double Oscar-winning helmer of Brokeback Mountain and Life Of Pi (incidentally, neither of which won the Best Picture Oscar) he was a young director who from his very first movie was mixing … [More...]
When they named this film, ‘It’s All So Quiet’, they weren’t joking. This is not a film that will be remembered for its verbosity and wall-to-wall action, but that’s exactly as it should be, as Nanouk Leopold’s … [More...]
In the time since Russia enacted it’s rather draconian ‘gay propaganda’ laws, much has been written about the chilling effect it’s had on LGBT people in the country and also how it has emboldened homophobes to feel … [More...]
Two young friends, Martin (Mateus Almada) and Tomaz (Mauricio Barcellos), head off together from the city to a coastal town in Southern Brazil. It’s the place where Martin’s grandfather recently died, and where the … [More...]
What is it with female sexuality and horses? Of Girls And Horses is far from the first movie to thematically link the two, and indeed in lesbian-themed movies it’s almost a mini sub-genre of its own.
Alex is a … [More...]
Although there'd been a little grumbling about Stonewall ever since the synopsis was released, the upcoming film about the riots that helped spark the moderns gay rights movie walked into a firestorm of controversy … [Read More...]
Did you know that San Francisco has an Emperor and/or Empress (depending on the year)? However this isn't your usual dictatorial regent, as they're democratically elected.
The candidates all want the crowns … [Read More...]
After the success of his gay-themed movie Weekend, it was a good idea to hire Andrew Haigh to help develop the show Looking, but even he couldn't overcome the difficulties the show faced, with the series getting … [Read More...]
It's a strange thing about a lot of charities - they're very much needed, but it's difficult not to hope for a day when they can close down because the problem has been sorted out. That's tru for Hunger Games star … [Read More...]
It can be difficult for stars to comment on anything these days, as the internet means that if some people don't like it, they won't hold back from telling them so. Zachary Quinto discovered that last year when he … [Read More...]
MONSTERS: DARK CONTINENT is available on DVD, Blu-ray & Steelbook on 31st August, and to celebrate that fact, we've got a copy of the thrill-packed sequel on DVD to give away!
Directed by Tom Green (Misfits), … [Read More...]
We've been slightly neglecting the short films we post on BGPS for the last couple of weeks, but now they're back with Alone With People, which to make up for the lack of posts is a chunky 25 minutes long.
So … [Read More...]
Eastsiders caused quite a stir when it debuted in 2013. It's taken them a while to sort out a second season. Even after a crowdfuding campaign in April 2014 it's taken them over a year to get it to us, but now the … [Read More...]
It's taken a while. Back in March, while Season 2 of HBO's gay-themed Looking was on the air, a trailer for its comedy alter-ego web series, Not Looking - Season 2, debuted. However it's only now that the first … [Read More...]
After releasing the trailer a month ago, the first episode of Season 4 of the popular gay-themed sitcom Where The Bear Are has arrived, so that we can once more immerse ourselves in the world of the hairy, burly … [Read More...]