Exposing the front lines of the AIDS epidemic on the streets of New York, David France’s How To Survive A Plague is a moving testament to people power.
Defusing the Israeli–Palestinian conflict with a love that dares to cross borders, Michael Mayer’s Out In The Dark is a powerful and intensely moving tale of underground romance.
A modern take on the clown’s tragedy, Tom Shkolnik’s The Comedian is short on laughs but strong on introspection.
Taking on sham gay marriages, oppression and homophobic violence, the London Lesbian & Gay Film Festival holds back on taboo in favour of a global step forward.Read More
The 26th BFI London Lesbian & Gay Film Festival CAUTION: Here be spoilers Like a cloudburst, the annual London Lesbian & Gay Film Festival…Read More
The Dirty Dozen Hm, the January blues. It’s enough to make you want to curl up inside a darkened room. Which is fortunate, as there…Read More
Featuring road movies, rent boys and Don’t Ask Don’t Tell rules, London’s 25th Lesbian & Gay Film Festival explores gay identity on the run….Read More
Forbidden desire in Jerusalem’s orthodox community, the love affair between two Haredi Jews raises eyebrows in Haim Tabakman’s Eyes Wide Open. And razes the temple.
Exploring the entangled intimacy of twins, Pascal-Alex Vincent’s Donne Moi La Main is a road trip with a difference. But it’s no straight story.
From forbidden love to lovesick confusion, London’s 24th Lesbian & Gay Film Festival explores the boundaries of love, sexuality and gender. It’s a fine bromance!Read More