Fionn O’Shea and Lola Petticrew are just about perfect as a young couple who pretend to fall in love in1995 Ireland in the new film Dating Amber. But they are […]
A film that will bring tears to your eyes and will melt your heart.
Dedalus is a fictional triptych portraying community, love, and loss. It’s a film that deals with homosexuality and age, with three very different storylines. And while one of them is a […]
If you’re in the mood for a good cry, watch the new film Blackbird.
From the man who brought us the brilliant ‘Lilting’ in 2014 returns with his new offering Monsoon. Lilting, directed by Hong Khaou, told the story about the death of a […]
An engaging but ultimately flawed twink flick that reinforces the idea that you can only be openly gay in the big city, rather than remaining in the provincial community in […]
A young man is sent to prison for killing another man in The Prince – a film which is not your typical prison movie. The Prince (El Principe), a homoerotic prison drama, […]
Willem Dafoe gives one of his best performances as a film director struggling to come to terms with life. Dafoe is the title character – ‘Tommaso’ – an older American […]
A woman disappears in the snowy mountains of France – and it’s her death that links several people together in the very dramatic French film ‘Only the Animals.’ The opening […]
A film about the author J.D. Salinger that was originally shot in 2016 is now released in the UK and is actually not half bad. ‘Rebel in the Rye’ is […]
What happens if your boss is molesting women in his office, an office that is right behind where you sit? This is the dilemma Jane (Julia Garner) faces in the […]