Triple Standard

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From 2010 comes this provocative and sexy short film “Triple Standard” from award winning LGBTQ director Branden Blinn. It is the story of a homophobic ex professional athlete who relies on all the lucrative sponsorships to pay for his ex-wife and their children.  He claims he is not gay, yet he has lived and slept … Continue reading



I Am The Queen

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In the heart of Chicago ‘s Humboldt Park, a predominantly Puerto Rican community there is an air of excitement at the small Vida/SIDA Office.  They have just announced plans for the 3rd Annual Paseo Boricua Beauty Pageant which had been established initially as the Center Director considered the local transgender community as  the most marginalized section … Continue reading



Made In Dagenham

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This movie from 2010 is the true a group of some 180 women machinists in the Ford Factory in Dagenham, a London suburb, who in 1968 defied the fiercely male entrenched society at the time and did the unheard of thing by going out on strike and demanding equal pay. Lined up against them were Trade Union Officials … Continue reading



The Parking Lot Movie

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The surprisingly intriguing quirky documentary made in 2010 is exactly what its title states: a movie about a parking lot.  A very scruffy triangular one in the centre of Charlottesville Virginia behind a motley line up of late night bars and restaurants and smack opposite the University Campus.  Filmmaker Meghan Eckman focuses on interviewing a … Continue reading



Man At Bath aka ‘Homme au Bain’

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Emmanuel is a man of very few words, a hustler and the live-in lover of Omar.  They live in an apartment in a tower block in Gennevilliers a working class suburb of Paris. When Omar announces that he is going to New York for a week to work on a film project, an angry Emmanuel … Continue reading



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