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Review | Love meets disaster in ‘Tremors’ at the Spanish Film Festival

Review | Love meets disaster in ‘Tremors’ at the Spanish Film Festival

Tremors | Cinema Paradiso | May 3 & 12 | ★ ★ ★ ★ ½  Tremors is a very dark film. It opens with 40-something Pablo (Juan Pablo Olyslager) arriving home in the rain after work in Guatemala City. Obviously wealthy, he is met by the maid who tells him that his young son and daughter have […]

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Take a look at ‘Gentleman Jack’ the TV series about Anne Lister

Take a look at ‘Gentleman Jack’ the TV series about Anne Lister

The trailer for the upcoming series Gentleman Jack starring Suranne Jones and Sophie Rundle gives a preview of what we can expect from the drama based around the woman described as the ‘first modern lesbian’. Rundle is best knowing for playing Ada Shelby in the popular series Peaky Blinders and Alice Sharrow in Jamestown. She previously appeared in The Bodyguard, Shetland, Happy […]

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‘The Good Fight’ returns to SBS for its third season

‘The Good Fight’ returns to SBS for its third season

The Good Fight, the spin-off from the long running series The Good Wife returned to SBS this week for its third season. If you missed the first episode it’s now available on SBS On-Demand. The series opening focussed on a #meetoo story, and saw the return of Christine Baranski’s lawyer Diane Lockhart, and the staff of law […]

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Courtney Act makes history on ‘Dancing With The Stars’

Courtney Act makes history on ‘Dancing With The Stars’

Drag performer and reality TV favourite Courtney Act has made Australian TV history this week, taking part in the first same-sex routine on Dancing with the Stars. Act – also known as Shane Jenek – took to the stage out of drag on this week’s episode with their partner in the competition Joshua Keefe with a […]

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Review | ‘Carmen & Lola’ brings lesbian romance to the Spanish Film Festival

Review | ‘Carmen & Lola’ brings lesbian romance to the Spanish Film Festival

Carmen & Lola | Cinema Paradiso | May 6 & 11 | ★ ★ ★ ★   Carmen & Lola, the first feature film from Arantxa Echevarria, takes the audience into a deeply Catholic gypsy community in the bustling Spanish city of Madrid. There’s colour, dancing and the sense of a close-knit community where Carmen (Rosy Rodriguez) and […]

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‘1985’ Director Yen Tan on the importance of remembering our past

‘1985’ Director Yen Tan on the importance of remembering our past

Writer and director Yen Tan is taking audiences back to the beginnings of the AIDS crisis in his upcoming drama 1985. The film focuses on family, and follows the story of Gotham star Cory Michael Smith as the closeted Adrian, who returns home to Texas to reconnect with his loved ones after experiencing unspeakable tragedies in New […]

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Disney is working on a Love, Simon series for streaming service

Disney is working on a Love, Simon series for streaming service

The team behind the smash-hit gay romantic comedy Love, Simon are working on bringing the story to the small screen for Disney’s future streaming service Disney+. Since acquiring 21st Century Fox, Disney now own the rights to the novel that inspired the story – Simon vs the Homosapien Agenda by Becky Albertalli. Love, Simon screenwriters Isaac Aptaker and […]

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Jonathan Van Ness’ Gay of Thrones will return for final season

Jonathan Van Ness’ Gay of Thrones will return for final season

Queer Eye star Jonathan Van Ness has reclaimed his throne, announcing on social media he will be bringing back his hilarious recaps of Game of Thrones for the show’s final season. Gay of Thrones has already covered five seasons of George R. R. Martin’s fantasy epic, with Jonathan re-visiting the plot of each episode for his […]

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Need a laugh? Check out queer comedian Sarah Keyworth

Need a laugh? Check out queer comedian Sarah Keyworth

In the last few years there’s been an explosion of new queer comedians finding success on the international stage. One talent you may not have come across yet is British comic Sarah Keyworth. The Nottingham born comedian uses her show to discuss her time working as a nanny and reflects on her own early life […]

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Season 2 of ballroom drama Pose walks onto screens this June

Season 2 of ballroom drama Pose walks onto screens this June

Creator Ryan Murphy has revealed that the second season of groundbreaking trans-focused drama Pose will return to screens this June. The debut season takes audiences back to New York in the 1980s, shining a spotlight on the thriving ballroom scene and the gender diverse community that celebrates it. Pose made television history last year with its record-breaking […]

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