Anne Hathaway and Michaela Coel are to play girlfriends in the new film, Mother Mary, which has been described as an “epic pop melodrama.” Produced by the Oscar dominating production company, A24, there is much anticipation for this pop romance, if queer Twitter is anything to go by.
The films you need to see before BFI Flare endsPublished on :
Here at DIVA, we have been loving all the LGBTQIA stories that BFI Flare have shown during this year’s festival. If you haven’t had a chance to go see any of the films yet, fear not…
Women On Top: Marianne Groth talks about celebrating LGBTQIA identitiesPublished on :
Marianne Groth, Country Manager of Denmark at Hitachi Vantara, spoke to myGwork about motherhood and how the role of a parent involves giving your child the freedom to explore who they are and how they wish to express themselves.
BFI Flare 2023: Eva Beling talks Prejudice & Pride — Swedish Film QueerPublished on :
Prejudice & Pride describes how queer people have been portrayed from the silent film era via Persona, Fanny and Alexander, House of Angels, and Show Me Love. It is a film about a part of the Swedish film history that I and probably most others did not know existed.
BFI Flare 2023: Sarah Kambe Holland talks Egghead & TwinkiePublished on :
The delightfully warm film follows Asian American teenager, Twinkie, on a road trip with her hapless best friend to meet her online crush.
The Capital Pride Alliance will host WorldPride in 2025Published on :
Celebrations are going take place in the queer capital of the US — Washington, DC.
BFI Flare 2023: Michelle Ehlen talks Maybe SomedayPublished on :
Non-binary photographer Jay embarks on a trip to reconnect with the past and find a fresh start in the wake of separation