Filmmaker GORAN STOLEVSKI talks about his ‘achingly beautiful’ queer love story ‘OF AN AGE’

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Australian/Macedonian queer filmmaker Goran Stolevski ‘s sophomore movie OF AN AGE is being hailed as an ‘achingly beautiful coming out/coming of age story that compares with Francis Lee’s God’s Own Country and will become a queer classic ” This heart-string-pulling tale initially takes place over 24 hours in a beach town in Australia in 1999 and which makes for a life-changing experience for Kol and Adam. Ten years later when they meet again we discover if this was more than just a passing moment.

Queeguru talked with Stolevski on the verge of the movie being released in US movie theaters by Focus Features this Valentine’s Day and also as the Opening Gala Film at Queer Screen Mardi Gras Film Festival in Sydney, Australia



P.S. You can also read Queerguru’s full review of Of An Age HERE

Queerguru’s Ris Fatah reviews Linck & Mülhahn, an epic love story that celebrates gender non-conformism

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Linck & Mülhahn ★★★★★ Hampstead Theatre, London Handsome, swashbuckling, gender non-conformist soldier Anastasius (Maggie Bain) is living a full life – drinking, fighting, hanging with their fellow soldiers and liaising with hookers. No time or inclination to fall in love. Trying their best to live life their way, but limiting their feelings to protect themselves. … Continue reading

Queerguru’s José Mayorga reviews EISMAYER a compelling military queer love story based on real life

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  The film begins with a lament, it is winter in Central Europe, and the camera moves out from a ruined landscape to a forest, this sadly beautiful shot repeats for a while and it is interesting to wonder how it refers to the story we are about to view. Indoors at a military center, … Continue reading

WRECKAGE ‘a queer love story filled with loss, guilt, joy, and everything in between” : Turbine Theatre, London

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      Brit queer writer/actor Tom Ratcliffe is transferring his play WRECKAGE  to London after a very successful run at the Edinburgh Festival this summer.  The play, originally commissioned by the Harlow Playhouse is about a couple whose lives are disrupted by a sudden and permanent distance  “its a love story filled with loss, guilt, … Continue reading

THE LETTER MAN possibly the best true queer WW2 romance ever to reach the screen

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  THE LETTER MEN is based on the real love letters written by Gordon Bowsher to his sweetheart, Gilbert Bradley. Their love letters were exchanged throughout World War II, between the years of 1938 and 1941, but were not uncovered until 2017. The two men met in Devon in the UK in 1938, only to … Continue reading

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