there's an alien punk romance movie and it's messy af (in a good way)
New film How To Talk To Girls At Parties stars Elle Fanning as an alien and Nicole Kidman as a Vivienne Westwood-esqe punk. We speak to its brilliant director, John Cameron Mitchell, about not selling out.
finally, a queer film with sex in it and why that’s important
120 BPM is an AIDS drama with scenes of an HIV+ sexual nature.
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daniela vega is the star of oscar-winning trans love story, a fantasic woman
You have to see Daniela Vega shattering Hollywood’s glass ceiling for trans actresses in the Oscar-nominated A Fantastic Woman.
dee rees is a filmmaker about to flip the script
The director talks coming out, black characters and how she changed her up own story to become a serious Oscar contender.
10 reasons why neo yokio is the hippest anime of 2017
The Netflix show from Vampire Weekend’s Ezra Koenig is a smorgasbord of designer crushes, popstar satire and one big ol’ bar of chocolate featuring none other than Jaden Smith.
"all this male nudity and gay sex!" – meet harris dickinson, star of beach rats
Harris Dickinson is totally chill about playing a Brooklyn bro exploring cruising sites and his sexuality during one hot summer day in the city
sex, fashion and disco in 70s new york
The man with perhaps the most enviable rolodex in all of New York in the 70s, fashion illustrator Antonio Lopez knew how to draw an iconic crowd and is the subject of a new documentary.
watch hari nef as the object of a nun’s affection in a new web series
The model and activist charms the habit off a lesbian novice in six-part web series Let Me Die a Nun.
francis lee on making his own gay romance, god’s own country
“This film stands on the shoulders of films like Weekend, Brokeback Mountain and Moonlight.”
10 music videos that we’d like to see in 3D
As Michael Jackson’s Thriller gets the 3D treatment, we choose ten other music promos we’d like to see enter the third dimension.
god's own country is an optimistic addition to the queer cinematic canon
Ahead of its release in cinemas tomorrow, we meet Josh O’Connor and Alec Secareanu, the actors playing two young men who fall in love on a remote Yorkshire farm.
your next binge watch: young and promising
The Oslo based dramedy is the perfect for those mourning the end of Skam and GIRLS.