Exclusive Interview: Mike Taveira on his pansexual pop anthem Curious

Mike Taveira releases his new pansexual pop anthem Curious today along with the official music video featuring RuPaul’s Drag Race’s Monét X Change and Sonique, model Arisce Wanzer and George Todd McLachlan from Showtime’s Shameless. Taveira released his debut single Heart last year, which landed on Billboard Pride’s Queer Necessities playlist and quickly racked up over 100 thousand streams. Growing up without any openly pansexual figures… Continue Reading →

Exclusive Interview: Comets Director Tamar Shavgulidze & Producer Tekla Machavariani

Tamar Shavgulidze’s Comets received its world premiere at the 2019 Toronto International Film Festival. The emotive Georgian drama focuses on two middle-aged women Irina (Nino Kasradze) and Nana (Ketevan Gegeshidze) who are reunited three decades after their separation and remain mesmerised by memories of their earlier days together. Irina returns to the small community she… Continue Reading →

Film Review: Ask Any Buddy ★★★★

One of our favourite queer Instagram accounts @askanybuddy delights in the rich history of how gay porn movies of the golden age of the 70s and 80s were advertised in print; the promotional stills, screening listings and cover stars. So our interest was aroused when we learnt that the curator of these treasures, Evan Purchell,… Continue Reading →

Exclusive Interview: Lord Michael Cashman “we always have to stand in the shoes of those most attacked, those most misrepresented”

Last month saw the publication of actor, activist, former MEP and LGBT global envoy, Lord Michael Cashman’s fascinating, frank and beautifully written autobiography One of Them: From Albert Square to Parliament Square. Read our ★★★★★ review here. Michael Cashman, now Baron Cashman of Limehouse, grew up in the war-torn resilience of London’s East End of… Continue Reading →

Exclusive Interview: Paris Is Burning director Jennie Livingston “I always felt that the balls were a kind of a church, a kind of ritual space”

To mark the thirtieth anniversary of Jennie Livingston’s (they/them) landmark documentary Paris Is Burning, the Criterion Collection have issued the film on Blu-Ray for the first time in a stunning 2K digital restoration. Also available through Criterion on DVD, the new edition on both formats features over an hour of previously unseen outtakes, a new… Continue Reading →

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