BOYS ON FILM 9: Youth in Trouble – DVD Review

The ninth in their series of collected short films is a fantastic example of why queer cinema is moving out of the closet and into the public eye – without exception, all the shorts featured on BOYS ON FILM 9 stay true to the spirit and purpose of the queer cinema movement, but without alienating heterosexual audiences. This is not only cinema for a minority, but also manages to be cinema that can educate the majority on what it means to be gay.

Miles Szanto tells us about Bruno & Earlene Go To Vegas

Late last year, we brought you an interview with director Simon Savory about his upcoming debut feature, BRUNO & EARLENE GO TO VEGAS. The film now finds itself in the editing process, and we are really excited to bring a special interview to you guys, with the lead actor, Miles Szanto, who plays intersex teenager, Bruno.

Tomboy DVD Review

A tender and beautifully crafted follow up to Water Lilies, Celine Schiamma’s Tomboy is a wonderfully minimalist coming of age tale. It follows a ten year old girl as she passes herself off as a boy to a new... Read More...

Tomboy Review

In her second feature film, after Water Lilies (2007), Celine Sciamma returns to the big screen with Tomboy. She presents a tale of friendship, gender, and lies, with ten-year-old Mikael (Zoe Heran) as the new ... Read More...