Tag Archives: queer cinema

Movie Review: ‘I Want Your Love’

If you are looking for a film with angst-filled, self-pitying, aimless characters, Travis Matthews’s I Want Your Love is the film for you. Jessie is spending his last weekend in San Francisco. He’s an artist and in his 30s (which … Continue reading

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Movie Review: Phoenix directed by Michael Akers

Excellent concept; okay execution. Phoenix tells the story of two men spurned by a mutual lover who find solace in each other’s arms. The concept has the potential to be sexy and psychological; an examination of how we rebound and … Continue reading

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Movie Trailer: Geography Club

I read the book on which the below movie is based. It was a great book; touching, realistic, sexy as well as heartbreaking. I thought that it captured well the complication of young, closeted gay youth; their struggles with building … Continue reading

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Film ‘Friend of Essex’ Explores the Experience of Young, Black Gay Men

From METROWEEKLY: Amir Dixon wasn’t sure how willing some young black gay men would be to go on record about the struggles they face. But once Dixon established a rapport and a safe space, ”people opened up and shared very … Continue reading

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Movie Review: ‘Judas Kiss’

Though Judas Kiss is hokey in some spots and lacks a clear execution of it’s plot in others, the acting of film’s leads helps keep it from being a gay film to be passed over. Charlie David stars as Zach, … Continue reading

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