Sebastian (Saga Becker) is feeling lost and is contemplating suicide when he meets Andreas (Iggy Malmborg), who is straight but responds to Sebastian’s feminine qualities. After a very brief flirtation they embark … [More...]
While it was made in 2009, King Of Escape is getting a new UK release now following the success of director Alain Guiraudie’s last movie, Stranger By The Lake. King Of Escape is in some respects a very different … [More...]
Shown as part of the Fragile Things grouping of short filmes at BFI Flare this year, Chance is the story of an unlikely love that develops between two very lovely differently-heartbroken individuals.
Clifford … [More...]
Dir. Nathan Evans
Curtains is the warts-and-all story of an unlikely love triangle between two gay men and a lesbian. Very touching and authentic, this is a really well-portrayed short story that raises … [More...]
The View From Here – a collection of short films centring on coming out and the emotional minefields associated with such a life-changing action.
An Afternoon (En Apftermiddag)
Dir. Soren Green
A very sweet yet … [More...]
Karate Kid and After Earth star Jaden Smith may only be 16-years-old but he's keen to show that he has little time for the sort of gender norms that many less enlightened people seem to be are immutable part of the … [Read More...]
We've had Neil Patrick Harris, Andrew Rannells, Michael C. Hall and the recent stint from John Cameron Mitchell playing Broadway's take on Hedwig And The Angry Inch, and now it's Glee star Darren Criss' turn.
And … [Read More...]
Nowadays actors are generally left to come out (or not) on their own terms, but back in the 90s it was still a scoop to forcibly out someone for no other good reason than trying to sell copies of newspapers and … [Read More...]
It's odd that in their animated movies Disney is content that fairytale people can have American accents, but when they turn live-action everything gets very British, whether it's Angelina Jolie adopting an English … [Read More...]
With TV still having a tough time producing (and sustaining) decent gay-themed entertainment, a lot of the most interesting work is going on in the world of the internet with web series. Now there's a new one on the … [Read More...]
The gay-themed Land Of Storms has had great success on the festival circuit and now it arrives on DVD in the UK via TLA Releasing on March 13th, 2015, and we’ve teamed up with them to give away three copies of the … [Read More...]
It's an odd thing, but if you go to a Broadway or West End Show, the guys in the chorus line are often far better looking than the people who play the leads (it was once explained to me this is deliberate, as people … [Read More...]
While we're fortunate to have as many LGBT film festivals as we do, it's a shame that most of the time gay-themed shorts stay in gay film festivals and find it difficult to get much traction at other types of fest. … [Read More...]
I never watched 90210 on TV, but after seeing these pictures of Trevor Donovan, I'm thinking that was a very, very bad idea as he is stunningly hot. Of course it doesn't hurt that he's not afraid to whip off his … [Read More...]
Just over a year ago we posted ago a KickStarter campaign for a short film called Pink Moon. Well that crowdfunding drive was a success and now it's preparing for its premiere at Miami Gay and Lesbian Film Festival … [Read More...]