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‘Mrs America’ looks into America’s equal rights movement

‘Mrs America’ looks into America’s equal rights movement

Cate Blanchett is appearing in her first US TV series playing Phyllis Schlafly in the upcoming nine-part series Mrs America. Blanchett will portray the famous anti-feminist conservative, while a cast of well known actors will portray a mix of fictional and real life characters who locked horns over equality for women. Rose Byrne will play […]

Timothee Chalamet & Armie Hammer back for Call Me By Your Name sequel

Timothee Chalamet & Armie Hammer back for Call Me By Your Name sequel

Director Luca Guadagnino has confirmed that the stars of his beloved 2017 film Call Me By Your Name will be returning for the much anticipated sequel. Guadagnino has been feeding talk of a sequel since the original film debuted three years ago, and the author of the book on which the film is based – Andre […]

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Asian LGBTIQ+ streaming service Gagaoolala offering free content

Asian LGBTIQ+ streaming service Gagaoolala offering free content

Southeast Asia’s only LGBTIQ+ streaming service Gagaoolala is offering selected free content to expand your at-home viewing catalogue. Launched by Taiwan’s Portico Media in 2017, the organisation behind the Taiwan International Queer Film Festival, Gagaoolala is bringing Asian and international LGBTIQ+ stories into homes around the world. Loaded with feature films, documentaries, shorts and TV, […]

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‘Star Trek’ legacy character revealed as queer in ‘Picard’ spinoff

‘Star Trek’ legacy character revealed as queer in ‘Picard’ spinoff

The Star Trek universe continues to boldly go where to person has gone before, with its latest series following the later years of the legendary Captain Jean-Luc Picard. Picard stars Patrick Stewart, reprising his role as the Captain of the USS Enterprise, featuring a number of cameos from characters from across the series that dates all the […]

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‘Killing Eve’ returns sooner than expected for thrilling third season

‘Killing Eve’ returns sooner than expected for thrilling third season

The third season of twisted thriller Killing Eve will be hitting our screens sooner than expected. Killer for hire Villanelle (Jodie Comer) and MI5 agent Eve (Sandra Oh) return to their deadly stand-off the third time around, after a shocking cliffhanger left fans with a lot of questions at the end of season 2. Originally brought […]

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Check out a sneak peek of this week’s episode of RuPaul’s Drag Race

Check out a sneak peek of this week’s episode of RuPaul’s Drag Race

The twelfth season of RuPaul’s Drag Race is off to a flying start, with a fan favourite making their exit last week. Each week, the competition series releases a sneak peek of the upcoming episode, giving fans a taste of the first 10 to 15 minutes of what’s to come. This week’s sneak peek sees the […]

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Tasmanian LGBTIQ+ film ‘Belonging’ honoured at Melbourne Queer Film Fest

Tasmanian LGBTIQ+ film ‘Belonging’ honoured at Melbourne Queer Film Fest

A short film documenting the work of two of Tasmania’s leading LGBTIQ+ advocates has been honoured at this year’s Melbourne Queer Film Festival. Directed by Matt Scholten, Belonging follows Tasmania’s journey to becoming one of the best places in the world for LGBTIQ+ rights, and the work of young activist Sam Watson and veteran advocate Rodney […]

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Henry Golding shines in first trailer for gay drama ‘Monsoon’

Henry Golding shines in first trailer for gay drama ‘Monsoon’

British actor Henry Golding takes on an emotional new role in a new film that explores sexuality, culture, displacement and alienation from director Hong Khaou. Monsoon follows Golding at Kit, who heads back to Vietnam’s Ho Chi Minh City to lay his parents to rest after escaping the ravages of war with them as a […]

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‘We’re Here’ sees everyday people transformed into drag queens

‘We’re Here’ sees everyday people transformed into drag queens

Shangela, Bob the Drag Queen and Eureka have a new series that sees them travelling to small towns across America to transform people into fabulous performers. Australia might have pioneered the story of drag queens heading into the outback, but these three queens are taking the concept and running with it. We’re Here is a new […]

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‘You Can’t Ask That’ explores nudism in their latest episode

The fifth season of You Can’t Ask That tackles a more lighthearted topic this week – nudism. The episode has been widely criticised by conservative commentators prior to airing by conservative commentators who argue the topic is not suitable for a government funded broadcaster. As in previous episodes of the show people answer anonymous questions from viewers […]

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