Ayşe Toprak’s documentary allows the subjects to be the focus of the film and the audience are enamoured by these men and their bravery.
Starr Wu’s bold move to adapt one of the most important texts of Chinese literature into a contemporary story reflecting the Grindr generation falls short of its own ambition. Serena Scateni reviews at SQIFF18.
Chris Dobson examines the films screened at the opening night of SQIFF 2018.
Two short films making up the SCOTCH PORN program at SQIFF 2018 should prove a source of heated discussion, writes Sammy Andie Bennett.
Mika Imai takes on a new project portraying the tender relationship between two young women. Serena Scateni reviews at SQIFF 2018.
Anna Whealing reviews enlightening tales of hurt and hardship at Scottish Queer International Film Festival 2018.
Linn de Quebrada showing you ‘the new Eve’ should prove a highlight of SQIFF 2018. Sammy Andie Bennett reviews.
Cinema becomes exciting when it breaks the mould and challenges the status quo of the mainstream. PULSE is one such film. Sammy Andie Bennett reviews at SQIFF 2018.
TAKE ONE preview the 2018 edition of the Scottish Queer International Film Festival…
A touching and heartbreaking portrait of young love, cinematically earns the right to be watched. Jim Ross reviews ahead of Africa in Motion opening night.