Film & TV Archive



QUEER TV

Netflix’s 'Ripley'... mesmerising or charmless

Netflix’s Moody Fresh Take! The eight-episode adaptation, an Italy-set black-and-white thriller about the gay eponymous grifter turned sociopath. Depending on whom you ask, 'Ripley' is either “mesmerizing” or “charmless”.

SHORT FILM

 I Just Don't Like You... A Love Story

A day hike puts Jacob and Justin's relationship to the ultimate test. Will they make it off this deserted island? Are they lost in more ways than one? Is it game over for the couple?

QUEER TV

All of Us Strangers, a dark and twisty gay love story

On the surface, All of Us Strangers, directed by Andrew Haigh, is a dark and twisty love story. Underneath, there is the often-present storyline seen in queer cinema: that of trauma and tragedy.

LGBTIQ HISTORY

Bisexuality on Film & TV

In recent years, TV shows have started to explicitly state a character’s sexuality, either in dialogue or through a coming out scene. Christina Wilkins, Lecturer in Film and Creative Writing, asks it is bisexuality better depicted on TV than in the film?

ON THE COUCH

Couch Potato - Queer Streaming Picks 2024

FUSE Magazine film writer and movie buff Dwayne Lennoxs picks his TV highlight to start off your 2024 with queerness, desire, triumph and a few thrills!

FILM

Three wonderful films about same-sex marriage

Christina Wilkins, who is a lecturer in Film and Creative Writing at the University of Birmingham, writes about her favourite three films that celebrate equal love.

MGFF 2024

Mardi Gras Film Festival 2024 Teasers

Check below for a sneak peek at the incredible cinematic journey awaiting you at the Mardi Gras Film Festival 2024. On tour nationally.

AT THE MOVIES

Essential movies to watch this Summer

FUSE Magazine film writer and movie buff Dwayne Lennoxs picks his movie highlights and must-sees for Summer 2023, including Saltburn, Maestro, Poor Things and our favourite All Of Us Strangers.

FILM

Elliot Page cracks open hearts and minds

Read Time 3 Mins. Transgender actor Elliot Page hopes that his role in “Close to You” moves people and cracks open the hearts and minds.


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