Looking for something to do? BFI Flare has loads of free LGBT+ content to watch
The BFI Flare film festival, the annual LGBT+ BFI film festival in London has released lots of free archive content from the BFI National Archive, giving viewers an unprecedented view into the history of LGBT+ life in Britain from the early 20th century onwards. It will be available to watch until the 30th March 2020. […]
The Best of Flare 2019 – LONDON’S LGBT FILM FESTIVAL
BFI Flare, London’s LGBT+ Film Festival, had a successful 33rd year with over 50 features and more than 80 shorts, with special events, guest appearances, club nights – it was a very busy 9 days! It is hard to compile a ‘best of’ list as myself, and everyone I know, did not actually watch ALL the […]
What to watch at the BFI Flare: London’s LGBT+ Film Festival
BFI Flare, London’s LGBT+ Film Festival, is back in its 33rd year and will take place from 21st – 31 March 2019.
The best at BFI Flare – London’s LGBT Film Festival
The best films of BFI Flare: London LGBT Film Festival 2017 It was always going to be hard to choose. There were so many wonderfully well-done, and in some cases, amazing films that were shown at the film festival – one of the biggest, and best, in the world. There were over 50 features and […]
London’s LGBT Film Festival, Flare Is Underway
Flare turns 30 this year. And what is Flare you might ask? It’s London’s LGBT Film Festival. Flare starts on Wednesday March 16th and continues up until Sunday March 27th. That’s ten jam-packed days of films, seminars, parties, and just plain lots of fun!
FILM REVIEW | 52 Tuesdays, Uplifting and Optimism For Trans Issues
The closing gala film of the B.F.I. Flare LGBT film festival was an inspired choice and a fitting end to a spectacular program with a wide range of films including the premiere of Lilting with Ben Whishaw and James Franco’s intriguing Interior Leather Bar. The festival attracted huge audiences, great acclaim and was sponsored by […]
BFI Flare London LGBT Film Festival wrap up
The BFI Flare London LGBT Film Festival has unfortunately come to a close after a highly successful nine days of films and events. It was perhaps the best festival in a long time. Tim Baros takes us through the highlights: – Dior and I: An exquisite (and nail biting) documentary of Raf Simon’s first eight […]