Another year, another Hong Kong Lesbian and Gay Film Festival. The Festival, which runs from September 8-22, is now in
You now do not have to wait till the Hong Kong Lesbian and Gay Film Festival in September to watch
Three times Grammy and Emmy nominated stand-up comic, singer-songwriter, author and very vocal LGBT advocate Margaret Cho returns to Hong
Cute, adorable, charming, precious, sweet, thoughtful-any of these adjectives could perfectly sum up LOVE, SIMON, a coming of age film
We watched “Angels in America: Part I” in the cinema last week. It was our first time to watch the
The Oscar-nominated film from Chile, A FANTASTIC WOMAN and the film’s lead actress, Daniela Vega, are nothing short of fantastic.
I got to watch a lot of LGBT films this year, some were fantastic and some, well not so much.
About five months ago, I received a short animated Hong Kong film via email as a submission for the Hong
CLOSE-KNIT, a new film from director Naoko Ogigami, does something that Japanese cinema has not really done, addressed transgendered issues
One piece of advice before going into watching CLOSE-KNIT, bring your box of tissues, you will use them all. It