“It’s been a long time coming” – The Queer Review meets the cast of historic queer rom-com Bros – Jim Rash, Eve Lindley, Ts Madison, Miss Lawrence & Dot-Marie Jones

Following its world premiere at the 47th Toronto International Film Festival (TIFF), and glitzy premieres in New York and Los Angeles, today finally sees the theatrical release of Universal's big gay rom-com Bros, co-written by and starring Billy Eichner as part of an all-LGBTQ+ principal cast. In the film, which is as hilarious and romantic... Continue Reading →

Notes from the queerest TIFF ever

Compiling a list of LGBTQ+ highlights ahead of the 47th edition of the Toronto International Film Festival, I was struck by the sheer number of queer films that had been selected, a powerful enough statement from the festival's programmers in itself. But actually being there at TIFF in-person—for the first time in three years—to catch... Continue Reading →

Exclusive Interview: Max Pelayo & Reese Gonzales on starring in Aristotle & Dante Discover The Secrets Of The Universe

One of the LGBTQ+ highlights at the 47th Toronto International Film Festival (TIFF), was writer-director Aitch Alberto's adaptation of Benjamin Alire Sáenz bestselling YA novel, Aristotle And Dante Discover The Secrets Of The Universe. Produced by Alberto, alongside Lin-Manuel Miranda, Eugenio Debrez, and Kyra Sedgwick, the powerful coming-of-age tale explores the bond that builds between... Continue Reading →

Colman Domingo to receive 2022 Out on Film Icon Award at Atlanta’s LGBTQ+ film festival – full lineup announced

The lineup for Atlanta's LGBTQ+ film festival, Out on Film, has been revealed. Running September 22nd until October 2nd, the 2022 edition will kick off with Nicholas Stoller’s Bros co-written by and starring Billy Eichner, fresh from its world premiere at TIFF, while Todd Flaherty’s Chrissy Judy will close out this year's event. Opening night... Continue Reading →

Film Review: Peter Von Kant ★★★★

Following his Teddy Award-winning Water Drops on Burning Rocks (Gouttes d'eau sur pierres brûlantes), based on the play by Rainer Werner Fassbinder which premiered at the Berlinale in 2000, prolific queer filmmaker François Ozon revisits the mighty Fassbinder with a reworking of The Bitter Tears of Petra von Kant (Die bitteren Tränen der Petra von... Continue Reading →

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