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“Drag Queens and Grandmas” – Jump, Darling (BFI Flare 2021 Review )

Posted by - March 16, 2021
Over the past few years, thanks to "Ru Paul’s Drag Race", popular internet series like "UNHhhh", various touring shows, and an ever-emerging flow of stylishly loveable queens, drag has filtered its way into the mainstream, gaining popularity at an unprecedented level. With this growing respect and adoration, we are starting to understand the medium of

“Brighton was perfect for a story like Justine” – Director Jamie Patterson On His New Film ‘Justine’ (The FH Interview)

Posted by - March 5, 2021
Justine is coming to Curzon Home Cinema on March 5, promising to bring a realistic, and gritty drama to our screens, whilst exploring the heart-breaking storyline of a young addict. Justine struggles with addiction in all aspects of her life, but the underlying hopeful theme of love constantly tries to break down her barriers. Brighton-born indie

“Brokeback Got Us Good, Didn’t It?” – Brokeback Mountain at 15

Posted by - December 10, 2020
Pop quiz hotshot, at the 78th Annual Academy Awards in 2005 the nominees for Best Picture were: Brokeback Mountain, Capote, Crash, Good Night, and Good Luck., and Munich. Of those five which won the award? The smart money would say it was the one that has stayed in our collective consciousness for fifteen years, but

“I Want To Be Remembered For Who I Was”- Supernova (LFF Review)

Posted by - October 10, 2020
It seems that Relic wasn’t the only film featured at the London Film Festival that explores dementia. Whilst that film used horror, Harry MacQueen’s sophomore feature Supernova sees stars Colin Firth and Stanley Tucci as a couple dealing with the increasing difficulty of the illness, and the issues raised about love and loss, in this