Two college boys fall in love in middle America, and what threatens to challenge them is not homophobia but their families’ tragic past.
The 2016 Mardi Gras Film Festival is more diverse than ever before and films will be screened in more locations around Sydney.
The Mardi Gras Film Festival launches tonight and to celebrate the fantastic line up of LGBTI films in this year’s event the Star Observer will feature one film every week. First off, Remembering the Man
STARTING tonight, Parramatta’s Riverside Theatre will showcase highlights of the 2015 Mardi Gras Film Festival. The theatre will feature five films over weekend, aiming to expose …
Director of Mardi Gras film festival favourite says film was turned away from several city clubs and suspects gay storyline was the reason.
With the annual Mardi Gras Film Festival kicking off today, festival director Paul Struthers tells Star Observer talks about some of his favourite queer movies in the line up.
The director of surf lifesaving and gay-themed film Drown, which premieres in Sydney in March, says we’re living in a “backward society”.