Exclusive Interview: It’s A Sin star Nathaniel Curtis “I longed to see Indian men portrayed as something other than academic or the comic relief. I love that I was able to show that Indian men can be sexy”

If you've already binged all five sublime episodes of Queer As Folk writer Russell T. Davies' new 1980s London set drama It's A Sin on HBO Max you've likely started dropping "la!" into conversations, and fallen in love not just with residents of The Pink Palace, but also the talented young cast who portray them.... Continue Reading →

Exclusive Interview: Sundance horror Knocking star Cecilia Milocco & filmmaker Frida Kempff: “I didn’t want to exploit the female body. We’re so used to seeing that & I’m tired of it”

Frida Kempff's debut narrative feature Knocking (Knackningar), which world premiered at Sundance, is a compelling psychological horror that follows Molly (Cecilia Milocco) in her determination to find the source of the mysterious knocking sounds she can hear from her new apartment, while still grieving the loss of her girlfriend. Read our ★★★★ review of the... Continue Reading →

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