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'Call Me By Your Name', the new film by Luca Guadagnino, is a sensual and transcendent tale of first love, based on the acclaimed novel by André Aciman.

We turn our spotlight to some of the best LGBTQI film festivals, so we now look at the best advocacy groups for LGBTQI filmmakers to find funding.

Film Daily caught up with punk provocateur Bruce LaBruce to talk feminism, pornography, and why so many modern movies make him want to puke.

Hollywood still has an issue when it comes to dealing with lesbian sex scenes. ‘Blue Is The Warmest Color’ is mired in controversy.

Reviews are in after 'Beautiful Boy'’s premiere at TIFF, but is it another success for Timothee Chalamet, or a ploy for two Oscar nominations in a row?

'Gilmore Girls' has not stood the test of time and its sharp, quick-witted banter now veers into offensive territory. The acerbic sentences that perhaps made the Gilmore girls

While the past year has been solid for queer cinema with the release of the likes of 'The Miseducation of Cameron Post', 'Call Me by Your Name', and

It’s easy to say no to subtitles, but don’t give in. Foreign gay cinema demands attention. Unlike our rare disco balls gathering popularity along their way into Hollywood,

There’s no denying that certain moments of 'The Breakfast Club' are a little hard to watch, but has any teen film ever not be? Film Daily runs down