★★★★ | Age Of Consent Age of Consent, tells the story of The Hoist, one of London’s few remaining leather bars, which opened in 1996. It being the story of a sex club, we get to see plenty of sex, […]
★★★★ | Rosie Age and aging were some of the concerns of Rosie, a Swiss film, directed by Marcel Gisler, in which gay writer Lorenz and his sister Sophie squabble and ultimately reconcile about what to do with their aging […]
★★★ | Gerontophilia Toronto based filmmaker Bruce LaBruce is no stranger to controversy, and so it is that, in his latest movie, Gerontophilia, he turns to the subject of age gap relationships, which, according to LaBruce transgress a very strong […]
★★★★★ | Lilting Lilting is a gently moving piece about bereavement, grief and colliding cultures, beautifully scripted and played and directed with a sure hand by Hong Khaou. The way in which he dovetails past and present, real and imaginary, […]
There cannot possibly be any other job in show (or any other) business where you need the patience of a Saint, be as tough old nails, and as resilient as a rubber band whilst possessing enough talent to substitute for […]
Channel 4’s Gogglebox is up for a Bafta Television Award Gogglebox, one of the UK’s most talked about programmes is up for a BAFTA, (and one of TheGayUK’s personal favourites) The show which watches people watching TV has a variety […]
Portobello Road Films is looking for sponsors to help create their next project The Only Colour Is Black which follows the life of a married white middle class police inspector who becomes infatuated with a young black man.