The French-born director Laure de Clermont-Tonnerre’s strategic choice to entrust the interpretation of a conventional, feminine character to a non-binary actor pays off: Corrin’s Lady Chatterley is awkward, edgy, and uninhibited at the same time.
This Transgender Day of Remembrance, let us take a look at six films about transgender children grappling with their identity in a heteronormative world that despises their kind and tries its best to invalidate their feelings.
Hours before their line-up of screenings for Trans Awareness Week began, the filmmakers of ‘When Men Were Men’ chatted with me about how the film’s personal exploration of masculinity is impacting enthusiastic ‘baby queers’ and conservative Irishmen alike.
Billy Eichner provides a hearty dose of good old fashioned romance with a lot of laughs
Those saying it’s a bad movie simply because it’s bad as a slasher should be reminded that the likes of Jordan and Alexandra often don’t get their tales told, let alone in such major releases helmed by veteran actors like Bacon.
The Sandman features a plethora of LGBTQ+ characters and is openly expressive about it!
J Brooke, Incluvie Guest Columnist on ‘Life and Beth’ and ‘Sort of’: while living one’s truth is freedom, speaking it as a mandatory assignment can become captivity.
It’s hard to capture the emotions and thoughts of a character just from a few shots, but Oscar-nominee composer Micachu’s haunting melodies prove otherwise in ‘Jackie’.