Film Review: The Gospel of Eureka ★★★★

If The Gospel of Eureka wasn't a documentary it would probably be a high concept comedy or utopian fantasy film given the unlikely coexistence of evangelical Christians and an out and proud LGBTQ community in the Arkansas town of Eureka Springs, population: 2,074. The improbable nature of the scenario is embraced by the film's directors Michael... Continue Reading →

Film Review: The Lavender Scare ★★★★

As I sit here, in 2019, wearing a Kylie Minogue t-shirt, staring at a bookshelf littered with queer literature, fashion biographies and tasteful portfolios of homo-erotic art, there is no doubt to the world around me that I am a homosexual. Trust me, my Netflix and Amazon algorithms are well aware. While watching filmmaker Josh... Continue Reading →

Tribeca 2019 Celebrates Pride

The 18th Tribeca Film Festival is set to explore activism in the arts with the first Tribeca Celebrates Pride this Saturday 4th May at the Tribeca Festival Hub at Spring Studios, New York. The day long event will honour the 50th anniversary of the Stonewall riots, including on stage interviews with LGBTQ+ creatives including Neil Patrick Harris, John Cameron... Continue Reading →

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