F(l)ag Football

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  It is impossible not to get swept up in the exuberance and sheer passion of  the footballers in Seth Greenleaf’s rather exhilarating documentary.  It’s the story of how gay flag football went from a few guys casually playing together some 20 years to a full fledged league of some 26 teams throughout the US … Continue reading


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Fulboy is a very odd piece of voyeurism. Argentinian writer/filmmaker and football fanatic Martín Farina persuades his younger sibling Tomás to allow him to do a fly-on-the-wall documentary on the football club where he is a professional player. This is to be a warts-and-all no-holds-barred look at this very handsome young team totally exposed, and in fact one of the very … Continue reading


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Scrum traces the success of the Sidney Convicts Rugby Team as they participate in the Bingham Cup Tournament in 2014 is probably one of the most uplifting LGBT documentaries for a very long time . It’s very essence is embedded in a story of hope, and how something so intrinsically wonderful came out of tragedy … Continue reading

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