Exclusive Interview: Fellow Travelers stars Noah J. Ricketts & Jelani Alladin “this miniseries is a revolution”

Ron Nyswaner's exquisitely crafted work of queer historical fiction, Fellow Travelers, is a compelling and deeply moving epic miniseries that takes in the Lavender Scare of the 1950s and follows its repercussions in the lives of those directly affected through the following decades, taking in the post-Stonewall period of liberation in the 70s up to... Continue Reading →

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TV Review: Fellow Travelers ★★★★★

Created by Oscar-nominated Philadelphia screenwriter Ron Nyswaner, based on the novel by Thomas Mallon, the eight-episode Showtime miniseries Fellow Travelers is an exquisitely crafted work of queer historical fiction. With a nuanced gay love story at its centre, it is a captivating, sweeping, and deeply moving epic that takes in the Lavender Scare of the... Continue Reading →

Exclusive Interview: trailblazing trans fa’afafine Sāmoan footballer Jaiyah Saelua on inspiring Taika Waititi’s Next Goal Wins

FIFA legend Jaiyah Saelua caught the world's attention as one of the subjects of Mike Brett and Steve Jamison's 2014 feature documentary Next Goal Wins which celebrated the resilience and passion of American Samoa's national football team. Best known for their spectacular 31-0 loss to Australia in 2001 during a World Cup qualifying match, a... Continue Reading →

Photobook Preview: Joseph Wolfgang Ohlert’s BIGGER “as we become accustomed to images of diverse bodies we can all feel more liberated”

"Many men feel insecure and lack self-confidence because they do not see themselves represented in the media. However, as we become accustomed to images of diverse bodies, we can all feel more liberated". That's the view of Berlin-based portrait photographer Joseph Wolfgang Ohlert who is about to release his third photography book, BIGGER. Featured in... Continue Reading →

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