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In praise of God’s Own Country – the year’s most overlooked LGBT+ film

Some may look back on 2017 as the year that LGBT+ film entered the mainstream. With both Call Me By Your Name and The Handmaiden winning Best Adapted Screenplay and…

LGBT+ month: LGBT+ relationships are often depicted as something for us to marvel at on film

Love, both heterosexual and homosexual, is something which is historically sensationalised in the celluloid world. On the former, a quick cursory glance at the plethora of romantic comedies which –…

LGBT+ month: A brief history of LGBT+ in the cinema over the last 50 years

LGBT+ cinema throughout the ages has served as a mirror to reflect societal attitudes at different points in history regarding sexuality and gender identity. Looking back at early, silent cinema,…