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‘Special’ Season 2 is back in the works says creator Ryan O’Connell

‘Special’ Season 2 is back in the works says creator Ryan O’Connell

One of Netflix’s biggest breakout shows of 2019 is back in production, confirmed by the show’s creator this week. The team behind Special have returned to the set after having to halt work on the second season under COVID-19 rules. Creator and star Ryan O’Connell, whose memoir I’m Special: And Other Lies We Tell Ourselves on which […]

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New take on ‘Boys in the Band’ brings the tale to a new generation

New take on ‘Boys in the Band’ brings the tale to a new generation

Netflix’s new version of The Boys in the Band shares the classic story that played a major role in the journey to gay liberation, making it accessible for a new generation. More than half a century after the play was first performed off-Broadway, the story has moved from being a ground breaking representation of the lives of […]

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Here’s your first look at Russell T Davies new show ‘It’s a Sin’

Here’s your first look at Russell T Davies new show ‘It’s a Sin’

Britain’s Channel 4 have released a teaser trailer for Russell T Davies new show It’s a Sin, which is expected to premiere in 2021. The show which is set in London in the 1980’s around the time of the AIDS crisis was originally called The Boys, but it’s been given a new name, taking inspiration from a song by […]

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Review | ‘Dirt Music’ shows off the beauty of Western Australia

Review | ‘Dirt Music’ shows off the beauty of Western Australia

Dirt Music | Dir: Gregor Jordon | ★ ★ ★ ½  Based on the award-winning Australian novel by Tim Winton, Dirt Music is one of those films that looks good, especially on the big screen. It is a spectacular advertisement for Western Australia, with locations ranging from the pristine beaches in the south to the red […]

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Prepare for spooky season with first trailer for ‘The Craft’ reboot

Prepare for spooky season with first trailer for ‘The Craft’ reboot

Cult classic The Craft has been summoned once again, with the first trailer for the upcoming reboot hitting social media this week. Written and directed by actor Zoe Lister-Jones (Whitney, New Girl, Life in Pieces), The Craft: Legacy introduces us to a new coven of young witches learning to control their powers. Initially thought to be a […]

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Colin Firth and Stanley Tucci fight for their love in ‘Supernova’

Colin Firth and Stanley Tucci fight for their love in ‘Supernova’

Colin Firth and Stanley Tucci both take another turn at playing gay, this time as a long-term couple in the upcoming film Supernova. The two straight actors have previously played gay men in separate films (Firth in A Single Man and Tucci in The Devil Wears Prada), and now they’re teaming up for the latest from Hinterland director Harry […]

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What’s on at this year’s Italian Film Festival at Palace Cinemas

What’s on at this year’s Italian Film Festival at Palace Cinemas

The Italian Film Festival opens on Thursday 1 October with a new live-action version of the classic Pinocchio fairy tale. The traditionally popular festival runs until Wednesday 14 October with screenings at Luna, Luna on SX, Windsor Cinema and Raine Square’s Palace Cinema. To celebrate the 20th anniversary – and in honour of the late […]

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Log on to the Queer Screen Film Festival

Log on to the Queer Screen Film Festival

This year, Queer Screen Film Fest comes to you! Available on more screens than ever, the 8th Queer Screen Film Fest will be online and on-demand and it can be accessed from anywhere in Australia. The full program comprises over 40 feature films, documentaries and shorts – 90 percent of which can be accessed by […]

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‘Schitt’s Creek’ family make history at 2020 Emmy Awards

‘Schitt’s Creek’ family make history at 2020 Emmy Awards

The 2020 Emmys are well underway, marking the first time the prestigious ceremony has gone digital in 72 years. LGBTIQ+ comedy Schitt’s Creek has dominated this year’s event, making history by taking home the trophy in every single nominated category. The program took out the Outstanding Comedy Series award, while stars Dan Levy, Eugene Levy, Catherine […]

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Review | ‘Broken Hearts Gallery’ is a romcom for a new generation

Review | ‘Broken Hearts Gallery’ is a romcom for a new generation

Broken Hearts Gallery | Dir: Natalie Krinsky | ★ ★ ★ ★  Twenty-five year old Australian actress Geraldine Viswanathan seems to have taken Hollywood by storm and simply sparkles in this Gen-Y rom-com set in New York. People might recall her standout performances in the 2018 comedy Blockers or last year’s coming-of-age drama Hala. Alongside her is […]

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