Tag Archives: LGBTQ

Separate Tables

One of the main extras on the BFI’s new dual format reissue of Separate Tables is an archive commentary by director Delbert Mann, who died in 2007. Mann is still probably best known for his Oscar-winning 1955 debut Marty, but he’d worked extensively in television

Mishima: A Life in Four Chapters

An extraordinary film even by the standards of Criterion’s UK catalogue, Paul Schrader’s Mishima: A Life in Four Chapters is your go-to film to counter accusations that biopics are inherently stuffy, stylistically conservative Oscar-bait. And it’s all thanks to Hank Williams. After surviving the excesses

Steven Universe

Steven Universe is a show about three goddess-like beings known as the Crystal Gems: Garnet, Amethyst and Pearl. They act as parental figures for the half-Gem, half-human hybrid Steven Universe; they protect him from monsters and threats and help him learn how to use his

Gaming In Color

Being in the LGBTQ community, it can be very easy sometimes to feel like one of the Whos down in Whoville; where Horton is your only ally, and everyone else is either out to ignore or destroy you. Sexual Orientation still isn’t on the national