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Films & Movies
Reviews and features of international, travel and gay movies
Movies are one of my biggest passion. In fact, I think if I weren’t a writer or a designer, I would’ve found myself working in the film industry.
These days, I spend a lot of my free time at film festivals, in the cinema, or lounging at home binge-watching TV on Netflix. Below, you’ll find a lot of my favorite movies, films, web series and TV shows.
I was standing at the bar ordering my Friday-night drink of choice—a vodka tonic—when I heard it. The snapping fingers, then the clapping, and then that beat. I couldn’t help myself. My hips we’re shaking. “I’ll be fine.” It was the theme song to Please Like Me—a hit Australian TV series that’s become my latest obsession. …
Premiered at the Berlinale 2017, photos and a review of new gay film Dream Boat documenting the lives on board a gay cruise
An end-of-year round-up of 6 of the best LGBTQ films released in 2016 from around the world. Some of this year’s best gay movies!
A glimpse of a world where homosexuality is the norm and heterosexuality is considered taboo – an LGBT film from viral YouTube short LOVE IS ALL YOU NEED
There’s queer history and music history, and queer music—and at this year’s Reeperbahn Festival it all came together in a film & music event
French gay film, Paris 05:59, captures the essence of what it’s like to be a young European gay guy in love, the fast romance and intense passion
A poignant documentary film about the troubles we face in Europe today—hopelessness, financial insecurity and a life we have to live day-by-day
The film opens in the rain. There’s a tension in the air, but something beautiful about it, too. It’s a theme that permeates the new gay drama Jonathan (2016, Germany) which premiered last Friday night at the Berlinale International Film Festival. Before I was able to get a ticket to the premiere, there was already …
Berlinale film review of ‘Homo Sapiens’ – a movie by Austrian director Nikolaus Geyrhalter without words, depicting a decaying post-apocalyptic world