Love In Transition: six romantic interviews set to Elvis Presley’s Can’t Help Falling In Love

Legacy Recordings and digital studio Cut.com have partnered to release Love In Transition, a touching video interview montage celebrating the beauty of love set to Elvis Presley’s classic Can’t Help Falling In Love. https://youtu.be/NgVHr5jf5t4 Falling in Love with My Trans Partner Love In Transition shares the stories of six couples who describe falling in love while a trans... Continue Reading →

NAQFA: North American Queer Festival Alliance’s inaugural event celebrates Sam Feder’s Disclosure

Last week it was announced that four leading North American LGBTQ film festivals, San Francisco's Frameline, Toronto's Inside Out, New York's NewFest, and Los Angeles' Outfest had joined forces to form NAQFA: the North American Queer Festival Alliance. NAQFA's first collaborative event, taking place tonight Wednesday June 24th 6pm PST/9pm EST, is a live-streamed celebration... Continue Reading →

Exclusive Interview: Disclosure filmmaker Sam Feder “Trans people are the experts on their own history & we don’t need anyone talking about us or for us”

In the spirit of the landmark documentaries The Celluloid Closet and Ethnic Notions, Sam Feder’s ambitious, ground-breaking and nuanced Disclosure, which launches globally on Netflix on Friday June 19th, examines over a hundred years of trans screen representation. Covering an impressive range of frequently damaging trans portrayals and storylines, Disclosure takes in Oscar-winning movies like... Continue Reading →

Film Review: Changing The Game ★★★★★

Michael Barnett's compelling documentary about transgender teen athletes Changing the Game had its world premiere at Tribeca earlier this year and has proved a hit with LGBTQ+ festivals across the US, winning audience awards at both Frameline and Outfest. The film will receive its European premiere at the Iris Prize Festival in Cardiff, Wales on... Continue Reading →

Film Review: The Most Dangerous Year ★★★★

Author of young adult novel The Art of Being Normal, Lisa Williamson, reviews transgender rights documentary The Most Dangerous Year exclusively for The Queer Review. The year in question is 2016. So-called 'Bathroom Bills', aiming to repeal the rights of transgender people to use the bathroom that fits their gender identity are sweeping the USA.... Continue Reading →

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