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Not Your Average Joe

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This new short film from actor turned writer/director Dennis Larkin is an LGBT  ‘coming out story’ with a difference.  40 something-year-old Joe Jones dad of three kids, is separated from his wife who takes out some of her anger about their failed marriage by telling everyone that he is a ‘cocksucker’. However Joe is totally unsure … Continue reading




A Very Girl Night Stand Christmas

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  If you are a lesbian who procrastinated about spending the holidays with your girlfriend and her family, then you’ll love this delightful wee short by writer/director/actor Jenna Laurenzo.  She plays the neurotic Kate who is now regretting she turned down her girlfriend’s Sarah (Meryl Jones Williams) invite and deems it necessary to make a … Continue reading



Andrew Hebden reviews Spectrum : a queer anthology of Manchester’s Canal Street

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  Social bubbles are all the rage this week with the announcement from the UK Prime Minister that lonely, single person households can now mingle with one other without risking a visit from the coronavirus popo. Spectrum, directed by Kieron Moore, Abigail Henry and Christopher Bowles is on a similar social theme. In the gay … Continue reading



AUDIBLE : a story of loss, love and triumph at a Deaf High School

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  In his new short movie, AUDIBLE filmmaker Matthew Ogens abandons us all so quickly.  We are so totally engrossed in the story of his finely nuanced documentary that when it ends in 44 minutes we feel almost robbed.  He makes it impossible for us not to feel so connected with his cast of deaf … Continue reading



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