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Neither Shameful Nor Remarkable, But Just Normal

When Hollywood adopts a narrative, then we infer the cultural moment that the narrative cradles has come of age, and is now normal.

There are a number of lesbian-love themed movies produced by Hollywood that have received accolades in recent years. 299 more words


TIFF15: 'Fire Song' presents an authentic queer narrative in a First Nations community *** 1/2

Adam Garnet Jones’ “Fire Song” is a frank portrait of indigenous LGBT people and how depression and isolation intersect within a First Nation community. Suicide is rupturing what Shane knows as home. 592 more words

Film Reviews

Turning onto the Routine Boulevard

I guess I have been busy and summer has passed me by. Goodbye muggy days, goodbye mosquitoes, goodbye long, long days. Who am I kidding, none of those things are going away at least not for awhile. 298 more words


Auntie Mame (1958)

Image credit: Warner Bros.

Directed by Morton DaCosta

“Live! Life’s a banquet and most poor suckers are starving to death!”

– Mame Dennis

Auntie Mame… 1,454 more words


New LGBT Film review blog


Over the past couple of years or so I have been watching a numerous amount of LGBT films and because I love writing I have come to the decision to create this blog to simply review different LGBT films. 42 more words


Weekend(ish) Update!

So I got very into the World Cup then super into the WSL and just didn’t have the cash to pay for  lesbian films. But I’ve got a few more under my belt recently, and I’ve added all of these to the list. 118 more words

New STONEWALL movie is made by "disaster" filmmaker

The Stonewall Riots of 1969 was a series of violent demonstrations spearheaded by the LGBT community long considered the single most important event leading to gay liberation in the United States, and the world over. 586 more words

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