Sundance 2023 Film Review: Fancy Dance ★★★★

Queer Native American filmmaker Erica Tremblay returns to Sundance following 2020's Grand Jury Prize nominated short Little Chief, with her poignant directorial narrative feature debut (co-written with Miciana Alise), Fancy Dance. Executive produced by Bird Runningwater, Charlotte Koh, and Forest Whitaker, the film received its world premiere in the US Dramatic Competition at this year's... Continue Reading →

Exclusive Interview: “it’s sexy, ludicrous & it’ll make you think” – Lewis Treston on his Austen-inspired comedy Hubris & Humiliation at Sydney Theatre Company

In a crowded WorldPride 2023 cultural calendar, one of the hottest tickets in town is the world premiere of Hubris and Humiliation by Lewis Treston at Sydney Theatre Company's Wharf Theatre, previewing from January 20th. A gay rom-com inspired by the work of Jane Austen, the play sees young Elliot being sent from Brisbaine to... Continue Reading →

Exclusive Interview: Javicia Leslie on holiday rom-com Something From Tiffany’s “to represent a queer character in that space is really dope”

Actress Javicia Leslie hit the headlines when she was cast as the first Black live-action Batwoman in 2020, going on to become a superhero fan favourite in the title role for two seasons on the GLAAD Award-nominated series (streaming now on HBO Max). Next year, she will be seen donning the bat-cape and cowl once... Continue Reading →

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