Short Film Sunday: Trevor
Posted in: Movies 25th January 2015
This award-winning flick from 1994 follows the growing pains of teenage Trevor who is struggling to fit in.
Short Film Sunday: Queer Selfies
Posted in: Movies 18th January 2015
The Big Gay Out is just three weeks away! To get you warmed up, our Short Film Sunday selection is the delicious Queer Selfies.
Matt Bomer's Globes acceptance speech
In gay actor Matt Bomerâ€™s Golden Globes acceptance speech he stated "we love you, we remember you" to those lost to HIV/AIDS.
Short Film Sunday: Boy
Posted in: Movies 4th January 2015
Teenager Emilie has always been a boy inside, something his mother canâ€™t seem to accept. This short film was written and directed by Danish 15-year-old Lucas Helth Postma.
Review: The Imitation Game
Posted in: Movies 2nd January 2015
Benedict Cumberbatch is brilliant and the movie is rather good. Alan Turing becomes real and yet there is a gaping homo-sized hole in the middle of it all, leaving him cinematically castrated.
Short Film Sunday: Heart
Posted in: Movies 28th December 2014
Damien is compelled to follow his heart for one last chance at happiness. Watching out for him are Fiona and Doc who prove that family isn't always who you're born to but who has your back.
Short Film Sunday: AWOL
Posted in: Movies 21st December 2014
Days before her deployment to Afghanistan, 19-year-old Joey comes home to rural Pennsylvania for Christmas, with big dreams of running away to Canada.
Short Film Sunday: Beautiful By Night
Posted in: Movies 14th December 2014
A documentary following three older drag entertainers at Aunt Charlie's Lounge in San Francisco's Tenderloin. With Olivia Hart, Collette LeGrande, and Donna Personna.
Academy's December film: Love is Strange
Posted in: Movies 9th December 2014
This Saturday Auckland's Academy Cinemas will screen Love is Strange for its monthly lgbti film night. Starring John Lithgow and Alfred Molina, this is one not to be missed!
Short Film Sunday: Cherrybombs
Posted in: Movies 7th December 2014
This Danish flick about a teenager who is in love with her best friend is adorable. Sit back and enjoy, on Short Film Sunday.
Thoughts on The Imitation Game
Posted in: Movies 4th December 2014
"The Imitation Game is well-crafted film drama rather than accurate history. At that level it is an incredibly good tale."
Short Film Sunday: The Wilding
Posted in: Movies 30th November 2014
This Australian 2012 Iris Prize winner from Grant Scicluna is set in a prison, where juvenile inmate Malcolm is in love with his cellmate Tye, but their relationship is confined to their cell.
Short film Sunday: Natives
Posted in: Movies 23rd November 2014
What better way to relax on a Sunday than watching a gem of an lgbt film? We're starting a new Sunday short film series with Natives.
Review: Laurence Anyways
Posted in: Movies 19th November 2014
Lexie Matheson finds â€˜Laurence Anywaysâ€™ is ultimately an effective, if somewhat indefinable, cinematic journey.
Preview: Laurence Anyways
Posted in: Movies 7th November 2014
The film selected for Academy Cinemasâ€™ November lgbtq movie night is Laurence Anyways, which charts ten years in a transsexual woman's relationship.