Are We Lost Forever : the demise of a relationship

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  Swedish Filmmaker David Färdmar‘s debut feature film,  an excellent queer romance, is an adaption of his short film ]No More We'( available to view on www.dekkoo.com) .  Using the same two very talented lead actors,  Färdmar expands the story of how this love affair turned sour. Adrian (Björn Elgerd) and Hampus (Jonathan Andersson) who … Continue reading


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L.A. is having one its hottest summers ever when Troy lands back in town.  He’s being living in Spain for the past four years but now he thinks he wants to find a job and a new apartment and move back home. It all depends on Jonathan his younger boyfriend who he dumped without warning … Continue reading

Queerguru reviews David Lambert’s Award winning “Beyond The Walls aka Hors Les Murs”

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This unexpected and rather remarkable film from first time writer/director David Lambert  realistically scrutinizes the intimate details of the rise and fall of an edgy gay relationship, devoid of stereotypes. It premiered at Cannes Film Festival during the Critics Week (picking up an Award) and most of the Reviewers then made a point of commenting that after … Continue reading

Breaking Fast: how one gay Muslim falls in love

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  Writer/director Mike Mosallam’s debut feature, the enchanting BREAKING FAST,  is part queer romantic comedy and part tutorial on the ups and downs of being a gay Arab Muslim living in West Hollywood.   Somehow the two are a good fit, so it makes us feel good that love (eventually) conquers all and we’ve learnt something … Continue reading

Call Me By Your Name

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Luca Guadagnino’s latest, and best movie has been the subject of a stealth marketing campaign which revealed little of substance about the movie but somehow hyped expectations to a dizzy height.  Thankfully for once they proved extremely accurate as this near-faultless film about an intergenerational summer love affair is a sublimely perfect coming-of-age story that is … Continue reading

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