No Ordinary Man (2020) Review – BFI Flare

No Ordinary Man (2020) Review – BFI Flare

When jazz musician Billy Tipton died, it was discovered he was biologically female. Aisling Chin-Yee and Chase Joynt direct documentary ‘No Ordinary Man’, reviewed by Annice White.

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Rebel Dykes (2021) Review – BFI Flare

Rebel Dykes (2021) Review – BFI Flare

‘Rebel Dykes’ is a hugely entertaining and unique documentary about a rebellious lesbian movement that was born out of London’s punk scene in the 1980s. Annice White reviews from BFI Flare.

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My First Summer (2021) Review- BFI Flare

My First Summer (2021) Review- BFI Flare

Capturing first love through the female gaze and in an LGBTQ+ setting, ‘My First Summer’ has real potential to become a cult classic. Annice White reviews.

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5 Reasons Why You Need to Watch Midnight Cowboy

5 Reasons Why You Need to Watch Midnight Cowboy

John Schlesinger film ‘Midnight Cowboy’ (1969) starring Dustin Hoffman and Jon Voight is a classic of cinema, and here are 5 reasons why you must watch it. Article by Katie Doyle.

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5 Must-Watch Early British LGBTQ+ Films

5 Must-Watch Early British LGBTQ+ Films

5 British films, made before the legalisation of homosexuality or ahead of some of the LGBTQ+ community’s major milestones, that you need to see. List by Annice White.

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5 Reasons Why Pride Is One of the Best Films of the 21st Century

5 Reasons Why Pride Is One of the Best Films of the 21st Century

‘Pride’ (2014) is one of the great British and LGBTQ+ films, here are 5 reasons why it’s one of the best films of the 21st century. List by Annice White.

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A Secret Love (2020) Review

A Secret Love (2020) Review

A lesbian couple who kept their relationship secret for 70 years are documented in this 2020 Chris Bolan feature ‘A Secret Love’, reviewed by Annice White.

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Cicada (2020) BFI LFF Review

Cicada (2020) BFI LFF Review

Matthew Fifer’s breathtaking self-penned and co-directed debut project, ‘Cicada’, speaks of the varied manifestations of pain. Movie review by Leoni Horton.

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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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Out (2020) Pixar Short Film Review

Out (2020) Pixar Short Film Review

“Hilarious, heartwarming and sweet”, Disney Pixar short film ‘Out’ marks the animation studio’s first openly LGBTQ+ narrative. Rebecca Seghini reviews the film now available on Disney Plus.

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