5 British and Irish Films That Don’t ‘Bury Their Gays’ 

5 British and Irish Films That Don’t ‘Bury Their Gays’ 

LGBTQ+ characters in film are given disproportionately unhappy endings. We know it as “burying their gays”. Here are 5 British and Irish films that you can watch without the fear of revisiting this trope. Article by Annice White.

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1917 (2019) Review

1917 (2019) Review

It’s rare to see a film about World War I, but Sam Mendes’ ‘1917’, photographed by Roger Deakins, becomes a pretty fine example of the sub-genre according to Sam Sewell-Peterson.

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Sam Mendes’ WWI Movie Adds Four

Sam Mendes’ WWI Movie Adds Four

Four huge names, including two Oscar nominees, have been added to the cast of the new Sam Mendes World War I movie ‘1917’. Full story here.

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Top News of the Week – 7th May 2017

Top News of the Week – 7th May 2017

All of the week’s top movie news from a new charitable partnership between Stella Artois and Women in Film, to ‘I, Daniel Blake’ director Ken Loach attacking the BBC for its coverage of the UK’s General Election, to casting news for Melissa McCarthy, Tom Felton, Clive Owen, Christina Hendricks, and much more in 61 seconds (or less).

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