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Rainbow pilgrims pop-up exhibition – For one night only!

Rainbow Pilgrims, a landmark project that discovers the hidden history of LGBT+ migrants in the UK past and present, will launch at Brighton & Hove Progressive Synagogue...
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Woman Over 50 Film Festival 2018 open for submissions

Women Over 50 Film Festival (WOFFF), the international film festival which aims to redress the inequality older women in the film industry face, is now open for submissions.
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FILM PREVIEW: Eyes Wide Open Cinema

As queer communities strive to embrace intersectional politics, those with a disability or functional diversity are often left behind. Despite the higher prevalence of...
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FILM REVIEW: An American in Paris

An American in Paris seamlessly captures the quintessential cityscape of an olden day Paris as Robert Fairchild (NYC Ballet) graces the stage as Jerry Mulligan. Now a demobbed...
Posted On 11 Apr 2018
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Record numbers attend 32nd edition of LGBT+ film festival

BFI Flare: London LGBTQ+ Film Festival – the UK’s leading LGBT+ film event, last month celebrated their successful 32nd anniversary attracting an increase in industry and...
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Happy Prince premieres at BFI Flare

The Happy Prince, written and directed by, as well as starring, Rupert Everett, had its UK premiere on March 28 as part of the BFI Flare: London LGBTQ+ Film Festival,...
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‘120 BPM’ shines a light on AIDS activism in the UK

Tomorrow, Thursday March 28, Curzon Soho plays host to a launch party for Robin Campillo's award-winning film 120 BPM to commemorate the work of AIDS activists in the UK and...
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Toilet film lifts lid on social exclusion

A new short film brings to light the challenges some people face in using public toilets. The Toilet, a film which is part of the Around the Toilet project, led by Dr Jen...
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FILM PREVIEW: The Happy Prince premieres at BFI Flare

The Happy Prince, written and directed by, as well as starring, Rupert Everett, opens in cinemas across the UK on June 15.
Posted On 08 Mar 2018
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FILM REVIEW: The Ice King by JAMES ERSKINE

Uncompromising, a little waspish, funny and charming, utterly vulnerable, stronger than an Ox, fast, lithe and inspiring, camp, sensual and a rejecter of butch ways of sport...
Posted On 23 Feb 2018
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COMPETITION: Win a pair of tickets for Sing-a-long-a Rocky Horror Picture Show

Gscene have a couple of pairs of tickets to give away for the Sing-a-long-a Rocky Horror Picture Show hosted by Christopher Howard in the Phil Starr Pavilion on Friday,...
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World Cup 2018 – coming to a cinema near you

This summer’s month long beach cinema event will include key matches from the 2018 World Cup, the city council announced today. Along with the latest blockbuster movies,...
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B RIGHT ON LGBT Festival: Free big screen showing of ‘The Shack’

The Village Metropolitan Community Church will host a one-off screening of The Shack as part of the Soul Safari day of events during this year's B RIGHT ON LGBT Festival.
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London remembers ‘Section 28’ – 30 Years on

2018 marks the 30th anniversary of ‘Section 28’– which banned the promotion of homosexuality in public institutions, which lasted until 2003.
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