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Queer Cinema Comes of Age In Hong Kong

September 19, 2019

Stanley Kwan: If There Is A Next Life, I Hope To Be Queer Again

June 6, 2019

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September 19, 2019

There’s a Chinese saying: you're not fully grown until you hit 30 (三十而立). In its 30 years, Hong Kong Lesbian and Gay Film Festival has grown from a fringe community event to one of the biggest LGBTQ+...

June 6, 2019

Over his 30 year career, filmmaker Stanley Kwan has made his mark as one of the most important voices in Greater Chinese cinema. He is celebrated for his transformative representations of women in fil...

May 14, 2019

Transgender visibility in Hong Kong hit the big screen last year in Tracey, the story of a middle aged husband and father (Philip Keung) who comes out as a trans woman, and the first major film of its...

May 5, 2019

Queers of colour are front and centre in José, a gritty, erotic gay love story that journeys through the heart of Guatemala. With the tide of anti-immigrant rhetoric rising in America, US-resident Chi...

April 22, 2019

"Queer movies are often white dominated, they're going to be coming-of-age stories, and coming-out stories, where you 'find your chosen family.' Some of that can be true for queers of...

October 26, 2018

Li Wanjing hasn't been home to her village for years, but when her mother dies suddenly, she finds herself dressing as a man and heading out into the Sichuan countryside to fulfill her duties as &...

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