(Press play before you start reading ) When two young Canadian girls started to fall in love in the 1940’s they decided the only way they could be together was to leave the Country and make tracks to Chicago where they could set up house together in the anonymity of a big city. … Continue reading
It’s hard not to feel like the worst kind of voyeur as you start to watch this documentary knowing it has the most violent stomach-churning ending. Hopefully it will throw some light on it all. This is the real-life story of two lesbian mothers who in a suspected murder-suicide drove their car off a … Continue reading
Is there ever a good time to sit down and watch a movie whose description begins with the words “Following the death of her best friend…”? Turns out there is. For us it was on a beautiful, blue sky Saturday morning in an empty London after a few weeks of self-distancing. We were really … Continue reading
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