TV Review: Younger season 7 ★★★★

Younger, created by Emmy-winning hitmaker Darren Star (Sex and the City, Beverly Hills 90210, Emily in Paris), returns to our screens this week with the highly bingeable first four episodes of the seventh—and sadly final—season premiering on Paramount+ on Thursday April 15th, with new episodes dropping subsequent Thursdays. As the season opens the stakes have... Continue Reading →

Exclusive Interview: filmmaker Samuel Van Grinsven on his seductive queer coming-of-age tale Sequin in a Blue Room

Writer-director Samuel Van Grinsven’s seductive, visually striking debut feature, Sequin in a Blue is the compelling story of Sequin (Conor Leach) a gay teenager exploring his burgeoning sexuality in the digital age, who is obsessed with an anonymous hookup app and the no-strings encounters he arranges through it. When he finds his way into the... Continue Reading →

Exclusive Interview: filmmaker Oliver Hermanus on his BAFTA nominated Moffie “I didn’t want the film to get stuck in the weeds of becoming a queer fantasy of men in the military”

In 2009 queer South African filmmaker Oliver Hermanus' debut feature Shirley Adams, which he made while still a student at the prestigious London Film School, premiered in competition at Locarno, with his subsequent film, Beauty (Skoonheid) winning the Queer Palm at the 64th Cannes Film Festival, where it played in the Un Certain Regard competition... Continue Reading →

Exclusive Interview: Moffie star Kai Luke Brümmer “It was really interesting to interrogate being a young man who’s turned into a weapon”

Ahead of the US theatrical and on demand release of the acclaimed, BAFTA-nominated fourth feature from writer-director Oliver Hermanus, Moffie, this Friday April 9th, The Queer Review's editor James Kleinmann had an exclusive chat with its star Kai Luke Brümmer. Brümmer, who makes his impressive big screen acting debut in the film, portrays sixteen-year-old Nicholas... Continue Reading →

Exclusive Interview: singer-songwriter TUCKER on his debut single “celebrating self-esteem, sexuality, & spirit” KNOCKOUT – lyric music video premiere

After a decade of supporting other artists, today sees the release of singer-songwriter TUCKER's debut single, the uplifting pop anthem KNOCKOUT, along with the lyric music video by Jayden Becker. A veteran session-singer, TUCKER "The Retro Contempo Artist", has brought his talents to multiple seasons of Saturday Night Live, backed up artists like Carole King... Continue Reading →

Exclusive Interview: Nora Highland writer-director Ryan Spahn on casting queer actors in queer roles “the majority has to stop benefiting off the minority, in pretty much every area of life”

Based on the play of the same name, Ryan Spahn's urgent, timely, and thought-provoking film Nora Highland, shot remotely last year, explores the casting process surrounding an iconic and seminal gay character in a new Broadway revival. The film, which had its world premiere at NewFest: New York’s LGBT Film Festival, explores the phenomenon of... Continue Reading →

Exclusive Interview: HBO Max’s Genera+ion star Nava Mau “it’s important for queer & trans people to see that we are lovable & we have a lot of wisdom to offer”

Currently starring in HBO Max's LGBTQ+ darkly comic drama series Genera+ion, created by Daniel and Zelda Barnz, Nava Mau is a mixed-race trans Latina filmmaker, actress, and cultural worker. She wrote, produced, directed, and starred in the compelling and moving short film Waking Hour, that premiered at LA's Outfest Fusion in 2019 before playing at... Continue Reading →

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