Film & TV Archive



FILM REVIEW

Call Me Miles — An extraordinary journey

Prepare to be moved by the extraordinary journey of Miles, a young Afrikaans man struggling to break free from the confines of a body that doesn't feel like his own.

FILM REVIEW

Of an Age — A Stirring Aussie Gay Romance

Set in 1999 'Of an Age' is a beguiling and disarming Australian queer love story by director Goran Stolevski.

COUCH POTATO

Netflix axes Uncoupled and Showtime saves it!

Gay Rom-Com 'Uncoupled' managed to reach number 6 on the Netflix Top 10 chart for just one week

AT THE MOVIES

Essential movies to watch this Autumn

FUSE Magazine film writer and movie buff Dwayne Lennoxs picks his movie highlights and must-sees for Autumn 2023, including The Blue Caftan, Till, Living and Love Again.

FILM REVIEW

Lonesome gay movie watch is a compelling and sexually charged romantic drama

Hot on the heels of Lonesome's sell-out screening at Queer Screen's Mardi Gras Film Festival, film director Craig Boreham spoke with David Blanco from the FUSE team about his film. Now steaming or available on DVD.

FILM REVIEW

The Whale a moving story of demons and redemption

If you enjoy thought-provoking and challenging queer cinema, ‘The Whale’ is must-see viewing guaranteed to stay with you long after the final credits have rolled.

MGFF

Mardi Gras Film Festival On Tour

This year’s film lineup will include In from the Side, a captivating drama exploring an illicit affair between two partnered members of a South London gay rugby club.

LGBTIQ FILM HISTORY

9 Queer Films Remastered by NSFA

The NFSA has digitised, restored and remastered the 9 short films made by gay fim maker Stephen Cummins.

COUCH POTATO

Netflix shares deleted scene from Heartstopper

Heartstopper queer fans clamoured to social media to express their excitement over the heartwarming Tao and Elle scene.


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