In the first scene of writer/director Trevor Anderson‘s feature debut, a new student arrives at school and refuses to sit on either the “girl” side or the “boy” side of a PE sex education class.[Read more…]
With a log line like “An Indian father takes his transgender son on a road trip across South Africa to rescue his son’s long-lost mother from a rehab clinic”, Runs in the Family already sounds like a good time.[Read more…]
Coming out stories are a common feature of LGBT cinema, so it’s hard to make a contemporary film stand out. Golden Delicious, the feature film debut from director Jason Karman and screenwriter Gorrman Lee, doesn’t do much to shake up the formula, though it has enough charm and emotion to satisfy.[Read more…]
Director Eugen Jebeleanu’s Romanian film is equal parts frustrating and enthralling.[Read more…]
There’s something comforting about Alexander Liu’s funny, poignant and relatable documentary, A Sexplanation.[Read more…]
A visually striking debut feature from Canadian filmmaker Drew Lint tackles some weighty themes, but suffers from a lack of narrative and lethargic pacing.
Let’s bitch it out… [Read more…]