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

Changing The Game: the trials and triumphs of three trans teen athletes

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Michael Barnett’s thought-provoking documentary about the trials and triumphs of trans teenager athletes was made in the Trump era where society was encouraged to express rampant transphobia.  In fact, violently oppose everything that was not about white cis-gendered men. Whilst the topic of trans sportsmen and women may surface in the media quite often, it … Continue reading

Light In The Water

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  Lis Bartlett’s debut feature documentary is an affectionate look back at how  the legendary West Hollywood Swim Club started back in the early 1980’s and survived some both turbulent and very successful times to morph into being  West Hollywood Aquatics Team – who also go by “WH2O”. These pioneer gay sportsmen first banded together to … Continue reading

When Harry met Harry (and Gareth et al)

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  The British Royal Family have traditionally always avoided public involvement with the LGBT community, although there is a whole raft of stories about behind the scenes at the Palace with the late Queen Mother being surrounded by a whole bevy of gay footmen and servants.  The arrival of the 25-year-old Princess Diana, however, changed all that … Continue reading

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