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A contemporary story of the challenges of love, set in Southwest Virginia
Personal stories from the front-line of life in London
The true and extraordinary story of the satirical newspaper created in the mud and mayhem of the Somme.
The story of one woman's journey to self-acceptance
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If you're planning a visit to the French capital, then booking your accommodation is a good place to start.
Get working on that bikini beach body now!
Get ready to celebrate World Pride in the capital of Spain
A bittersweet play about the struggle to keep it all together when everything seems to be falling apart
We speak with director Ryan White
Finally, everything is revealed
Performer and choreographer Malik Nashad makes the personal political at Hackney Showroom
Growing up in a remote fishing village
A short film from Brandon Zuck about how people survive after the end of the world
The story of that night your life was forever changed
Read our interview with Jonny Ruff and watch the film
Filmmaker Henry Coombes explores the complexities of coming-of-age.
Emerging filmmakers from around the world test their skills and demonstrate their craft at London's LGBTI film festival
A celebration of daily life from filmmaker Marcelo Caetano
The King's Head hosts a festival of LGBTI theatre to mark the 50th anniversary of the UK's decriminalisation of homosexuality.
A documentary celebrating the work of the fearless black lesbian who helped shaped the LGBTI community in LA.
Alan Cumming and Zachary Booth star as men from different generations trying to make sense of finding love and letting go of the past.
The forgotten story of an extraordinary boxer
A documentary from the San Francisco Chronicle
The nails are painted and the gloves are off
Get your diary out – tickets will sell fast
A dance journey through struggle, belonging, comfort, need, and home.
Sergei Polunin uses live performance to challenge our perceptions of dance.
Writer/director Andrew Steggall draws on some of his memories and experiences for this measured and intimate film