A vital, Oscar-nominated chronicle of how a community united to fight for new cures for the Aids epidemic.
Possibly the earliest surviving British gay television drama, a powerful and compelling tale of intense emotions between soldiers serving in the American Civil War.
A panel of invited speakers explore film’s potential as a powerful tool of political activism.
Divine’s showstopping boat-top performance during Gay Pride in 1985 inspires a riverbound party following the LLGFF’s opening gala screening of I Am Divine.
Director Scott Graham discusses lonely souls and filming on a desolate stretch of road in the Scottish Highlands for his powerful first feature.
The late Michael Grigsby was one of the giants of British documentary filmmaking.