Love amongst the literary lesbians in Vita & Virginia @ BFI Flare

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  BFI Flare: London LGBTQ+ Film Festival has just announced that they will open this year’s festival with the UK premiere of Chanya Button’s VITA & VIRGINIA. The movie is adapted from adapted from Dame Eileen Atkins’ award winning play of the same name, the film tells the true story of the passionate relationship between … Continue reading



(Re) Discovering Yesterday

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  In this new rom/com directed by  Danny Boyle  (Trainspotting) from a script by Richard Curtis  (Four Weddings And A Funeral),  Brit newcomer Himesh Patel plays Jack Malik a struggling musician who gets knocked over by a bus and takes a very nasty clonk to the head and then wakes up in in a parallel universe … Continue reading



You want Classy? …..we got Classy! …..You want Nasty? …..we got Nasty! BUT we are always Ladies!

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  Every Thursday Night hundreds of women gather for a potluck celebration and the chance to throw singles at the hottest dancers in New Jersey, The Nasty Boyz — featuring Satan, Mr. Capable, Fever, Young Rider and lesbian ‘dom’ dancer Blaze. The quote above is from one of the many women who would never dream … Continue reading



God’s Own Country Francis Lee announces his next (fab) movie

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    Filmmaker Francis Lee the openly gay creative force behind GOD’S OWN COUNTRY our favorite queer film of 2017 has announced plans for his second movie, and it sounds equally fab. It’s a May/December romance called AMMONITE with a  story takes place in a coastal town in the United Kingdom circa 1820. It is … Continue reading



SAUVAGE : the new gay film that some Critics at Cannes loved, whilst others clamoured for the exit

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  Léo is 22 years old and sells his body on the street for a bit of cash.  The men come and go and he stays right there longing for love .  He doesn’t know what the future will bring.   Every time he hits the road, his heart of pounding. This young French prostitute  uses … Continue reading



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