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Sit back and get your talented ass educated on how short films – _not_ features – launched the careers of everyone in the biz.

Some films take an age to make – just look at 'Apocalypse Now', which literally only just wrapped up last week after 42 years of filming. On the

We’ve compiled a list of the best drama screenplays available to download for free (and don’t fret, folks – it’s all legal).

With an eclectic career stacked full of acerbic and audacious films, Bruce LaBruce is one of the boldest independent filmmakers of all time. Unafraid to push boundaries (and

We know, we know – the last thing you want to spend your Thursday doing is thinking about the 2019 Oscars awards. But we’re not here to discuss

We’ve already turned our spotlight to some of the best LGBTQI film festivals out there, so today we’re here to look at the best advocacy groups for LGBTQI

When it comes to on-screen LGBTQI representation, Sebastián Lelio’s 'A Fantastic Woman' is an absolute triumph. The indie marvel is the very definition of a must-see movie, but

Never known as an actress who particularly gives a damn, Chloë Sevigny is frequently on the verge of controversy. To celebrate her vivacious attitude, we’ve collected a series

In the past decade or so, you may have noticed a recurring storytelling trope in movies featuring LGBTQI characters: unhappy and often morbid endings. Here are ten of