London Film Festival 2020: my top 5 films

The London Film Festival 2020 may have wrapped up for another year. Even though it was a little different year, especially with the virtual press screenings, there were still some incredible films. Here are my…

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Film Review: Summer of 85

The Summer of ’85 is Francois Ozon’s latest film and most person one to date. He takes us back to a time of innocence, intoxicating queer young love and death. This is a refreshing and…

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Solo Dining at Noble Rot, London – reign supreme!

I’m usually late for most things. However, I can claim to being ahead of the curve with solo dining. I’ve been doing this since 2013 and now, in the time of Covid-19, I can eat…

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Film Review: Carmilla

If only all debut films were like this: story, style and substance. Emily Harris’s debut feature, Carmilla, is a striking and sensual treat for both the ears and eyes. It is a very smart and…

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Film Review – I am Samuel: #LFF2020

I am Samuel is a tender and intimate portrayal of two gay black men, Samuel and Alex’s relationship, directed by Pete Murimi, although it isn’t that simple. I am Samuel is also striking simply because…

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