Thirty five international filmmakers are set to compete for £30,000 prize money as the organisers of Cardiff’s International LGBT+ Short Film Prize.
Following a successful online film festival in place of the usual physical festival at LFEST, Lesflicks continues to release new content and grow its platform.
Filmmakers from 32 countries have submitted films for the 2020 Iris Prize LGBT+ Film Festival so far, including the Central America countries of Puerto Rico, Guatemala and Panama for the first time. The Iris Prize festival team have confirmed that filmmakers from a record 32 countries have so far submitted films Continue Reading
London’s largest outdoor screen returns for the ultimate summer film destination. And hello to Jason Isaacs. The Summer of 2018 is the gift that keeps on giving. Glorious weather, a World Cup that didn’t embarrass and some pretty darn brilliant Pride events up and down the country. But hey, don’t think Continue Reading
“Whether we’re straight or gay or somewhere in between. We’ve all gone through first love” James Ivory has accepted the award for Best Adapted Screenplay for the coming-of-age drama, Call Me By Your Name, starring Timothée Chalamet and Armie Hammer. Ivory becomes the oldest person to win an Oscar in any category Continue Reading
A new lesbian film production company has been launched and it has a point to prove. Winters and Archer Productions aims to create a trusted community of women intent on bringing the very best of lesbian fiction to the big screen. Lesbian fiction author, Kiki Archer has teamed up with author Continue Reading
This year’s Iris LGBT Film Winners announced at carnival celebration in Cardiff Mother Knows Best (Mamma Vet Bäst) directed by Swedish filmmaker Mikael Bundsen has been announced as the winner of the 2017 Iris Prize, Cardiff’s International LGBT Short Film Prize. The £30,000 prize will allow Bundsen to make a new short film Continue Reading
All profits from this brilliant movie go to LGBT charities in the UK and US.
Career-defining role for John Hurt.
Elle Fanning stars as ‘Ray’ in a feature film about transitioning.