Veronique Leroux & #JeanDoherty together for some 32 years and who claim they are really gay men in womens bodies, own and run Le Patio Wilton Manors that is a romantic wee gem that may also be the smallest restaurant we have ever eaten in. This rather disarmingly charming pair told us that 98% of their customers were gay men so we felt very much at home when we sat down to talk to them.
The interview was conducted by Roger Walker-Dack and filmed by Dan Desjardin
There are so many ways to begin to describe this lovely film and each would probably turn off half of our audience instantly. Which is a shame as they might miss one of the best LGBT+ films at the London Film Festival. So, let us get it over with. It’s about old people. It’s … Continue reading
Game Girls the sophomore documentary from Alina Skrzeszewska filmed in cinema-verite mode is a highly emotional view of the rocky relationship of two African/American young lesbians living in LA’s notorious Skid Row which seems like the end of the world. When the film starts Terim who is coping with mental illness, is going to … Continue reading
In My Days of Mercy Lucy (Academy Award Nominee Ellen Page) is the daughter of a man who is on death row. When she visits him in prison she meets and ultimately falls in love with Mercy (Kate Mara) a woman on the opposing side of the death penalty. As a result, Lucy’s value … Continue reading
In Caroline Berler’s excellent investigation into lesbian cinema, which is a must see for any queer cinephile, she attempts to give us a female version of The Celluloid Closet. It is a valiant attempt as there are not nearly as man queer women’s movies and they have always been overlooked by those produced by gay … Continue reading