ICARUS: Exploring modern masculinity in Poland through three young men

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  Filmmaker Andy Madeleine went to Poland where he found matters of masculinity at the center of the conversation, as fascinated him so much he wanted to shoot a project there. The result is a compelling look into the lives of three Polish boys, with harsh exteriors, but sensitive and complicated interiors. Dualism and the … Continue reading

Quil Lemons explores masculinity and sexual identity through the Black male form in a film created for his solo show at Hannah Traore Gallery

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Dissecting masculinity through the lens of race, gender, and sexuality, New York-based photographer Quil Lemons has developed a distinct visual language informed by his own queer psyche. For his solo exhibition Quiladelphia at New York’s Hannah Traore Gallery, he reflects on the interrogations that direct his image-making, presenting new perspectives on the Black male form and … Continue reading

Male Objectification – A Supercut (NSFW)

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  Editor Stanely Thai said that his video is meant to be a critique of female objectification in Hollywood cinema because it is done more often and usually in an exploitative way.  He attempted to subvert that notion by featuring men instead.  Some people may find the video as an alternative to porn or an … Continue reading

Queer movement artist MAX COOKWARD reflects their transformative journey through dance

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  Max Cookward a queer dance artist reflects on their connection to the physical and means of expression in a short film, directed by Harry Bowley.  The Brit grew up with two mothers  which he acknowledges would help when they would want to self-discover their gender identity and sexuality  Trained at Rambert School of Ballet and … Continue reading

Just Dance: Le Groupe : an en masse freakout

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Manon Bouquet is a French stage artist and choreographer whose work has community and exchange as central themes. In her latest project, Le Groupe, she explores the artistic stagnation that arose from the pandemic and how collaborative energies, inspired by love and interdependency, helped her through the dark days. The soundtrack, Jaime XX’s “Gosh,” recalls … Continue reading

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