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Made For You: a cute gay Christmas Romance …….. grab a kleenex

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  The perfect way to get into a Merry Christmas now is to watch the heart-string-pulling wee gem of a short film called Made For You. Made by Brit Phil Bearsall of Anzara Video who made us all cry with his short film Love is All which went in to be a viral hit. It’s … Continue reading



Colin Firth and Stanley Tucci have been making out for 20 years

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  Brit filmmaker Harry McQueen a writer and director was  once known as heartthrob Jed Queen in UK Soap Opera Eastenders.  He made his debut feature  Hinterland in 2015 on a mini-budget of £10K as a project between acting jobs. It proved to be  a sleeper hit  that was shortlisted for Best British Debut and … Continue reading



Cousins: very much the kissing kind

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  Brazilian queer filmmaker Thiago Cazado is a remarkably talented young man.  Not only has he written and co-directed his sophomore film but he has starred in it too playing a teenager almost half his age (33 years).    Cousins is a cute queer romance that may not tax your imagination with it’s light and … Continue reading



SIberia and Him : a love affair doomed from the start

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  There cannot possibly be a more desolate place to live on Earth than in the vast plains of Siberia where the sparsely populated people miserably eake out a living and simply pray that there is no return  to war.  When Sasha’s grandmother fails to answer her phone for days the family send him off … Continue reading



Fin de Sigle/End of the Century  : Poem, painting or dream? 

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  For anyone who has traveled alone the first 12 wordless minutes of Fin de Sigle are so recognizably real that you don’t realize you are being set up for a love story that is not quite a poem, a painting or a dream. Gustavo, or Ocho (Juan Barberini) as he is known by his childhood … Continue reading



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