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Since 1977 San Francisco's Frameline Film Festival has presented LGBTQ+ cinema to a ravenous audience each year. Ravenous? Yes, I meant it. The huge crowds packed into such iconic venues as the palatial Castro Theatre love cinema so much, they'll loudly cheer on what speaks to them. Conversely, you haven't lived until 1400 people hiss... Continue Reading →

Film Review: This Is Not Berlin ★★★★

This year has already seen a wealth of authentic feeling, stylish screen drama centred on the teenage experience, with the likes of Euphoria and Share examining life in present day USA and now This Is Berlin takes us back to 1980s Mexico City. Xabiani Ponce de León stars as seventeen year-old Carlos, a highschooler unimpressed... Continue Reading →

Film Review: Are You Proud? ★★★

Are you proud? It’s a simple question with a lot of long and complicated answers, as highlighted in Ashley Joiner’s fascinating but unfocused documentary on the state of the LGBTQ movement in the United Kingdom. The film begins with a personal look at the state of queer Britain in the mid 20th century. A former... Continue Reading →

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