Catching up with Blake
Posted in: Movies 29th October 2014
Blake Skjellerup fills us in on the documentary To Russia With Love, his life in New York, and plans to bring his fiancĂ© down to New Zealand for the holidays.
Preview: To Russia With Love
Posted in: Movies 28th October 2014
Blake Skjellerup appears in a new documentary which tracks athletes and activists around the time of the Sochi Winter Olympics.
Posted in: Movies 17th October 2014
The Academy Cinemasâ€™ LGBTQ Movie Night proves that the best way to watch a glbti family movie is in the company of your glbti family.
Doco preview: Last Chance
Posted in: Movies 4th October 2014
Amnesty International is hosting free Auckland and Wellington screenings of a documentary about people forced to seek refuge due to who they are.
Now showing: Undertow
Posted in: Movies 15th September 2014
Acclaimed Peruvian lgbti film Undertow is showing free across the country as part of the Latin America & Spain Film Festival.
Reviews: Love is Strange and Lilting
Posted in: Movies 28th July 2014
Nathan Joe reviews two of the New Zealand International Film Festival's gay flicks, Love is Strange and Lilting.
From Queer Nation to the big screen: Max Currie
Posted in: Movies 28th July 2014
Since being a host on Queer Nation, Max Currie has been a busy screenwriter. Tonight his first feature film, Everything We Loved, will debut on the big screen, at your house â€“ and even on planes!
Review: Mrs Brown's fruitcake overdose
Posted in: Movies 25th July 2014
Alexander Lowe finds that on the surface, Mrs Brownâ€™s Boys is about acceptance with matriarch embracing her diverse family, including her gay son - but it's abundant in stereotypes.
Trailer: The Imitation Game
Posted in: Movies 23rd July 2014
Benedict Cumberbatch stars as genius gay code-breaker Alan Turing in the upcoming film The Imitation Game.
In case you missed it: Film Fest guide
Posted in: Movies 18th July 2014
The New Zealand International Film Festival has begun! Check out the line-up of lgbti interest films here - and find out about the NZAF fundraising nights.
Films, films and more films: Steve's Out Takes review
Posted in: Movies 2nd July 2014
Steve Farrow watched an impressive number of films at the Out Takes Film Festival in Wellington, and a couple from the Documentary Edge Festival too. He reflects on his film marathon!
Review: Any Day Now
Posted in: Movies 1st July 2014
Alan Cumming is a stand-out in this heart-breaking true story of a gay couple in the late-70s who fought a discriminatory system for the care of a disabled teenager.
Out Takes Review: Kidnapped for Christ
Posted in: Movies 4th June 2014
There has been no shortage of compelling documentaries on the festival circuit in the past few weeks and exposĂ© Kidnapped for Christ ranks among the most shocking.
Out Takes spotlight: Kumu Hina
Posted in: Movies 29th May 2014
Filmmakers Dean Hamer and Joe Wilson discuss their Kumu Hina, which tells the inspiring story of Hina Wong-Kalu, a transgender native Hawaiian teacher and cultural icon.
Must Watch: Queer Selfies
Posted in: Movies 28th May 2014
This amazing short was shot at the Big Gay Out, where people shared what 'home' means to them. It's just so beautiful. And touching. And funny!