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Certification15 Our Rating

An intimate portrait of two Englishmen from vastly different social backgrounds which shows them dealing with the 'ups and downs' of their eccentric relati find out more...


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In 2002 three skinheads beat a young gay man, Francois Chenu, unconscious and threw his body into a lake, where he drowned. The killers were quickly caught and the case gained both national and international notoriety. This documentary deals with the ordeal of Francois' family, their horror, anger, grief and, ultimately, forgiveness. Beyond Hatred is a powerful, moving and thought provoking tale, though like the recent Parisian riots and films such as ‘La Haine' it highlights a nation at serious find out more...

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Derek Jarman faces up to AIDS, the loss of loved ones, the breakdown of the body, blindness and his own approaching fall into the void. The constant blue screen provides a backdrop for Jarman's words, which are delivered by a host of famous voices. His eloquence, and unsentimental account of his own plight are deeply moving. A challenging and abstract film. The dvd contains Glitterbug, a 60 minute collage of Jarman's super 8 footage which he shot between 1970-1986. find out more...
CHEMSEX (2015)

Certification18 Our Rating

In hidden basements, bedrooms and bars across London, "Chemsex" is a documentary that exposes frankly and intimately a dark side to modern gay life. Traversing an underworld of intravenous drug use and weekend-long sex parties, "Chemsex" tells the story of several men struggling to make it out of 'the scene' alive - and one health worker who has made it his mission to save them. While society looks the other way, this powerful and unflinching film uncovers a group of find out more...


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Jack Johnson's first break into the public music arena was when his composition 'Rodeo Clowns' was chosen to be G-ILove and Special Sauce's first single off their 1999 album 'Philadelphonic'. He had long been a huge figure in the surfing world, having been born and raised in Hawaii. He fast became a renowned surfer and scored a pro contract with Quiksilver before he had left high school. His implicit creativity led him to study and graduate with a degree in film at Santa Barbara. This then led t find out more...

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A cinephile's odyssey through a century of film clips, to take a witty and stylish look at homosexuality on the silver screen, narrated by Lily Tomlin, with interviews with the likes of Curtis, Sarandon, Hanks and MacLaine and including Cat on a Hot Tin Roof, Thelma & Louise and Philadelphia. find out more...

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The brutal murder of Matthew Shepard divided America, broke hearts and changed the way that people view hate-crimes. Laramie, Wyoming was an unassuming town until it hit the front pages of newspapers across the country when a 21-year old student was found tied to a fence, beaten and left to die by two men…because they knew he was gay. After the attack, a theatre troupe headed to Laramie to work on a play based on the real-life reactions of the townspeople and those involved. The film is a re-e find out more...

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This honest and affecting documentary uses news reports, archival footage and talking heads to describe the politics of the gay rights movement surrounding the election and assassination of openly homosexual San Franciscan councillor Harvey Milk. The movie concentrates on the emergence of a gay political movement within the electoral system, the 1978 fight against Proposition 6, which would have banned gay and lesbian individuals from teaching in schools, and the scandalously low sentence given find out more...

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Long the bane of American filmmakers the Motion Picture Association of America, the body that rates film content, is the target of this spot-on investigative documentary. The big questions raised are: 1) WHO are the anonymous 'raters', the so-called arbitors of American morality, and 2) why is there a distinct difference between how studio films are censored and how indie flicks are? Through interviews with indie directors such as John Waters, Kimberly Pierce, Atom Egoyan and Kevin Smith, we get find out more...

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Self-proclaimed 'King of Filth', famously labelled (by William S Burroughs no less) as 'The Pope of Trash' and, undeniably, the daddy of 'Bad Taste', John Waters' 'lecture' is an exercise in subversive culture and sheer hilarity. Speaking retrospectively about his life and career, not to mention a whole host of other topical issues from Michael Jackson to crystal meth, as well as anecdotal insights into his shop-lifting exploits with star and dear friend Divine, this is quite possibly the funnie find out more...