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Kristen Stewart to star in Clea DuVall’s upcoming queer rom-com

Kristen Stewart to star in Clea DuVall’s upcoming queer rom-com

Kirsten Stewart is set to star in an upcoming romantic comedy from actor/director Clea DuVall. Happiest Season follows Stewart’s character and her on screen partner as they head to their annual holiday family party, where a marriage proposal goes horribly wrong when one half of the couple realises the other had not yet come out […]

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Celebrate Latin American cinema with Cine Vivo this weekend

Celebrate Latin American cinema with Cine Vivo this weekend

Cine Vivo Perth Independent Latino American Film Festival showcases short films and takes you to the rooftops for a Cuban celebration this weekend. On Friday 30th November it’s time for the annual showcase of short film from around the world. Featuring both documentaries and fictional works that explore the issues of human rights and migration, the compilation also includes […]

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Cine Latino Film Fest: Doco follows two year fight to marry in Mexico

Cine Latino Film Fest: Doco follows two year fight to marry in Mexico

No Dress Code Required (★★★★★) is a must-see documentary that chronicles the two years that long-term couple Victor and Fernando fought to get legally married. The two men run a beauty salon in Baja California which, despite the name, is actually in Mexico and were the first same-sex couple to apply to get married to […]

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Marvel Studios executive calls for more diversity on screen

Marvel Studios executive calls for more diversity on screen

Marvel Studios’ Executive Vice President of Production says she wants to see more on-screen diversity in their record-breaking comic book films. Speaking to the BBC on their Talking Movies program, Victoria Alonso said the movie giant still has a lot of work to do when it comes to representing queer, Latinx and Asian people in their […]

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Acclaimed Italian filmmaker Bernardo Bertolucci dies aged 77

Acclaimed Italian filmmaker Bernardo Bertolucci dies aged 77

Acclaimed Italian filmmaker Bernardo Bertolucci has died aged 77. The director was best known for his controversial 1970’s film The Last Tango in Paris but film lovers also embraced The Dreamers, The Last Emperor, The Sheltering Sky, Little Buddha and Stealing Beauty. His second last film The Dreamers was based on the novel The Holy Innocents by Gilbert Adair, was released […]

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See ‘Everybody’s Talking About Jamie’ at Luna Leederville

See ‘Everybody’s Talking About Jamie’ at Luna Leederville

Everybody’s Talking About Jamie is filmed live at the Apollo Theatre in London, especially to be shown in cinemas. The feel-good musical is based on the true story of a 16 year old boy who was the subject of the 2011 BBC documentary Jamie: Drag Queen at 16. The film 164 minute film (there is […]

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The film remake of ‘Widows’ cleverly updates the story with modern themes

The film remake of ‘Widows’ cleverly updates the story with modern themes

Widows | In Cinemas Now |MA15+| ★ ★ ★ ★ ★   Before she became world famous for writing the long running TV series Prime Suspect, British crime author Lynda La Plante got her big break with the TV miniseries Widows.  The incredibly memorable series premiered in 1983 and also had two sequels in 1985 and 1995. When a crime matriarch’s […]

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Return to the Pride Lands in first trailer for The Lion King

Return to the Pride Lands in first trailer for The Lion King

Disney have released the first trailer for the much-anticipated live action remake of the animated classic The Lion King. The trailer opens with the familiar voice of James Earl Jones as Mufasa, telling young Simba of his destiny to become king of all the light touches. The preview shows a near complete recreation of the original […]

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A new documentary goes behind the scenes at the Coming Back Out Ball

A new documentary goes behind the scenes at the Coming Back Out Ball

Artist Tristan Meecham had a vision, an event that would celebrate older members of his local LGBTI community and provide pathways to tackle the social isolation that many older people experience. His idea was a giant ball for gay, lesbian, bisexual and transgender people who are in their latter years, to make his dream come […]

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‘Love Simon’ director Greg Berlanti to helm Rock Hudson biopic

‘Love Simon’ director Greg Berlanti to helm Rock Hudson biopic

Love Simon director Greg Berlanti has signed on to direct a film about the life of Hollywood icon Rock Hudson. The new movie from Universal Pictures will be based on the book All That Heaven Allows by Mark Griffin. Hudson was a massive Hollywood star in the 1950’s and 60’s. The heart-throb actor kept his homosexuality hidden out of […]

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