P.S Burn This Letter Please – BFI Flare

https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=XqGRrAjYgq4&ab_channel=queerscreen Written & Directed by Michael Seligman & Jennifer Tiexiera USA/2020/101mins ★★★★ For over sixty years, a trove of the history, culture and experiences of female impersonators and their surrounding friends and allies sat undisturbed, forgotten and biding its time - then in 2014, hundreds of letters saw the light of day once more. A … Continue reading P.S Burn This Letter Please – BFI Flare

I Am Samuel – BFI London Film Festival

Written by Ricardo Acosta & Peter Murimi Directed by Peter Murimi Kenya/2020/70mins ★★★ While identifying as gay isn’t strictly illegal in Kenya, the act of engaging in a relationship with someone of the same gender or sex is. An openly honest account of a young gay man’s struggles with receiving the equality he deserves, I Am … Continue reading I Am Samuel – BFI London Film Festival

Razed & Confused goes Digital – Online

Written by Various Serving up a digital variation of their usual live den of inequities, Beau Jangles hosts Razed and Confused, an evening of song, cabaret, experimental art, but above all else, an appreciation and promotion of queer artistry. This evening, four producers who are receiving funding and coaching from other creatives manifest their talents, their … Continue reading Razed & Confused goes Digital – Online

Becoming Electra: A Queer Mitzvah – The Studio

Directed by Tash Hyman Written by Isla Van Tricht’s  A child of Abraham, but all the same a sister queen, actor and drag queen Guy Woolf/Electra Cute and writer Isla Van Tricht’s production not only examines what it means to be open with yourself in the current world, but also explores the impact of religion, family and culture … Continue reading Becoming Electra: A Queer Mitzvah – The Studio

The Pride Plays: Captivity @ Traverse Theare

Image Contribution:Shift Theatre Created by Drew Taylor-Wilson Theatre isn’t as diverse and accommodating as it ought it be – it has just as many issues with representation as film or TV. One company looking to change that is Shift Theatre Company with their launch of Scotland’s first LGBTQI+ Playwrights' festival, Pride Plays, featuring Drew Taylor-Wilson’s black comedy Captivity. Captivity plays … Continue reading The Pride Plays: Captivity @ Traverse Theare