Film Review: Cubby ★★1/2

Mark Blane's semi-autobiographical New York fantasia Cubby toured film festivals this summer, playing at events like OutFest in LA, Frameline in San Francisco, New York's NewFest and Reeling Film Festival in Chicago, among others. It's a film that seems tailor-made for festivals -- quirky, strange, shot on 16mm film, a bit clunky, with subject matter that was never... Continue Reading →

LGBTQ+ Highlights at 10th DOCNYC, America’s largest Documentary Festival 6-15 November 2019

DOC NYC, America’s largest documentary festival, celebrates its tenth edition from 6th-15th November in New York. The 2019 festival showcases over 300 films and events with more than 500 filmmakers and special guests appearing in person. In addition to premiering feature-length and short documentaries, the festival’s highlights also include DOC NYC PRO - a series... Continue Reading →

Exclusive Interview: Comets Director Tamar Shavgulidze & Producer Tekla Machavariani

Tamar Shavgulidze's Comets received its world premiere at the 2019 Toronto International Film Festival. The emotive Georgian drama focuses on two middle-aged women Irina (Nino Kasradze) and Nana (Ketevan Gegeshidze) who are reunited three decades after their separation and remain mesmerised by memories of their earlier days together. Irina returns to the small community she... Continue Reading →

Film Review: Leave it to Levi ★★★★

A star is porn, sorry born, in Jake Jaxson’s Leave it to Levi which had its world premiere at Mexico’s prestigious Guadalajara International Film Festival in March and subsequently screened at the Tel Aviv LGBT Film Festival and last week’s Porn Film Festival Berlin. The documentary begins by making use of CockyBoys star Levi Karter’s... Continue Reading →

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