This week on Fandor: Films that affirm love, break the rules, blow your mind and capture a zeitgeist. 548 more words
Tags » Gay Cinema
Difficult to detach from the untimely suicide of its star, Robin Williams, Boulevard, passably directed by Dito Montiel, is a basically competent but somewhat incurious little bildungsroman about a late-middle aged man’s attempts to reclaim value and emotional autonomy in a life beset by grinding repetition and pernicious pretence. 359 more words
Sebastian Silva’s barmy pastel-coloured flick is sexy and charming, whilst bizarrely failing to satisfy anybody quite enough.
The surge of relatable gay characters within the mainstream media has become an ever developing rash of positivity over the past few years, with modern media portrayal’s continuing to carve a smoother path for future LGBTQ generations worldwide. 1,037 more words
Review by David Paul Hellings
“Fritz Haarmann, aka the Butcher of Hanover and the Vampire of Hanover, was a German serial killer responsible for the murders of two dozen boys and young men during the so-called ‘years of crisis’ between the wars. 1,061 more words
Monica Davidson "There is a rich and incredibly detailed tapestry of women's experiences that we've just never seen on film"
Monica Davidson has many strings to her bow, business owner, director, mentor and advocate for women’s rights. She is a filmmaker with a career spanning 25 years and her latest documentary… 2,110 more words