Photographer Mherck Dela Cruz is serving us Paris is Burning realness with his new photo exhibition POSE at Petticoat Lane.
TRACEY is the story of a father named Tai-Hung who has a “normal” life. He has a wife and two
Another year, another Hong Kong Lesbian and Gay Film Festival. The Festival, which runs from September 8-22, is now in
1980, it was a time in Hong Kong when homosexuality and paedophilia were considered the same and offered easy targets
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
Ms. Chi Chi DeVayne will be gracing our city with her presence and her southern charm at the opening party
For 28 years, the Hong Kong Lesbian and Gay Film Festival, one of the oldest LGBT film festivals in Asia,
The Oscar-winning film, Moonlight is probably one of the best gay films after Brokeback Mountain. It is so tender, subtle