Sometimes it's good to kick back and watch some classics after hard week work and here are some great suggestions.
The second half of our New Queer Visions night features British short films and their makers kickstarting a richly diverse series of shorts and documentaries by our friends from the US of A in an evening of anime, sharks and country music!
New Queer Visions hits the LSFF once more, with two separate strands of with bold and diverse storytelling exploring the queer experience at home and abroad.
From the late eighties through to the late nineties, artist-filmmaker Annette Kennerley created a unique and deeply personal body of 16mm films that explored the emotional ebb and flow of lesbian relationships and sexuality.
Debbie Reynolds, the wholesome ingénue in 1950s films like “Singin’ in the Rain” and “Tammy and the Bachelor,” died Wednesday, a day after the death of her daughter, the actress Carrie Fisher. She was 84.
Dean (Lucas Near-Verbrugghe), a Los Angeles-based graphic designer reconnects with Alex (Aaron Costa Ganis), the great lost love of his life from fifteen years earlier.
U.S actress Carrie Fisher, best known for her role as Princess Leia in the Star Wars series, has died aged 60, days after suffering a cardiac arrest.
Everybody Loves Somebody is a fun, charming & relatable romantic comedy starring Karla Souza (ABC's How to Get Away with Murder), Ben O'Toole (Hacksaw Ridge) and José María Yazpik (The Burning Plan).
Shared Rooms is three fabulous interrelated stories about gay men finding real connections during the always hyper-tense holiday season.
Touko Laaksonen has served as an officer during the Second World War, difficult years in Finland, but life in peacetime proves just as tough.