Georgia, where the LGBT population still face challenges, is the setting of the gay love story And Then We Danced, which is very good thanks to a great script, and great directing and acting. Swedish Director Levan Akin’s (he is […]
Portrait of a Lady Beautifully shot and superb performances are just a couple of the reasons to go see ‘Portrait of a Lady on Fire.’ In French with English subtitles (and nominated for an Oscar for Best Film in a […]
★★★★ | All Male, All Nude: Johnsons Step into the sexy world of male strippers in the new titillating documentary All Male, All Nude: Johnsons Johnsons is not the name of one of the strippers – it’s the name of […]
The Shiny Shrimps is so much fun to watch it’ll make you want to join some sort of sports team to experience what you’ve just seen in the film.
★★★★ | Benjamin Comedian Simon Amstell has directed and written his first film – it’s called Benjamin. He actually also could’ve called it Simon. Benjamin follows the life of filmmaker Benjamin (played by the charming Colin Morgan). He is a […]
Girl is the story of a 15-year old trans child who feels like she was born in the wrong body.
In 2004, at the age of 19, American Garrard Conley was sent by his parents to a conversion therapy program to rid him of his homosexual feelings. This true story is now a film called Boy Erased.
★★★★ | Can You Ever Forgive Me? Melissa McCarthy and Richard E. Grant both play gay characters in the fantastic Can You Ever Forgive Me? Based on the life of book author, and Lesbian, Lee Israel, and fluidly directed by […]
Green Book is a good study in race relations in America at that time when JFK was President and Marilyn Monroe was the star of the moment.
A young handsome man from Essex travels to the Big Smoke and encounters unusual situations in the new film Postcards from London.
Nureyev the documentary elegantly, and beautifully incorporates modern dance scenes to play out some of Rudolf’s life events.