2015-09-03

First gay film to show in China theaters

Seek McCartney will become the first gay film to show in Chinese theaters later this year. The Chinese/French co-production, starring popular singer Han Geng and award-winning actor Jérémie Elkaïm, passed censors in its entirety after a year of deliberation. Director Wang Chao hailed the decision as ‘a small step for the regulator and a big step for filmmakers.’ ‘It

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Trailer for trans drama ‘The Danish Girl’ released

The first trailer for Eddie Redmayne’s transgender drama The Danish Girl has been revealed on 1st September. The film tells the story of trans and intersex pioneer Lili Elbe, who traveled to Germany in the 1930s to have gender reassignment surgery. Virtually untested at the time, she died when her body rejected a uterus that

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Roland Emmerich responds to Stonewall ‘whitewashing’ criticism

‘When this film finally comes to theaters, audiences will see that it deeply honors the real-life activists who were there’   Openly gay director Roland Emmerich has responded to criticism that his new film Stonewall whitewashes the riots and ignores the drag queens and transgender women of color who started the LGBTI rights movement. The trailer released earlier

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LGL’Baltic Pride movie “We Can Be Gay Today” screened at EuroPride 2015

On Thursday the 18th of June, 2015, in the framework of the EuroPride 2015, the national LGBT* organization LGL screened the movie “We Can Be Gay Today” in the charming context of the Pride House, benchmark venue of many events during EuroPride. The movie was preceded by an interesting discussion on the realization of the