French Cancan Review

Before Luhrman's glossy Moulin Rouge there was Renoir's French Cancan, a beautifully constructed musical comedy about the cabaret club's origin. Renoir's classic follows entrepreneur Henri Danglard (Jean... Read More...

Expectations Review

It's not too often that I actually sit down to watch a selection of short films, but during my week at the BFI's London Lesbian and Gay Film Festival, I was given the opportunity to view two sets of short films with a large variety of characters, locations and situations.

Becoming Chaz Review

As an audience member in 'Becoming Chaz', I spend a lot of time during the film wondering when the film was going to begin and when the advertisement for transition was going to end. 'Becoming Chaz' follows a year in the life of Chastity (now Chaz) Bono, the daughter of Cher and Sonny as she goes through surgery to remove her breasts and major life style changes to transition to Chaz.

Kaboom Review

Last night was the opening of the BFI London Lesbian and Gay Film Festival on the Southbank and I was lucky enough to attend the Gala Opening Screening of Gregg Araki's ('Totally Fucked Up', 'Nowhere', 'Mysterious Skin') new end of the world comedy drama, 'Kaboom' starring Thomas Dekker, Hayley Bennett, Juno Temple and James Duval.