Raks Patel reviews Secret Cinema and Future Cinema, and looks at how immersing yourself in the world of a film enriches your understanding of it.
Raks Patel reviews the classic Edward Scissorhands, about the joy and pain of being “different”, and considers how society embraces and rejects this notion.
Raks Patel previews the play Sandel, a gay romance between a 19 year old undergraduate at Oxford University and a 14 year old choirboy.
Raks Patel reviews Derek Jarman’s 1991 postmodern film adaptation of Christopher Marlowe’s Edward II, and how the politics remain pertinent today.
Raks Patel looks at the passage of The Alan Turing (Statutory Pardon) Bill through Parliament and the need to commemorate Alan Turing’s life and achievements.
Raks Patel reviews Call Me Kuchu, a film tracing LGBT rights in Uganda and the country’s problematic and often violent relationship with LGBT.
Raks Patel reviews Milk, and profiles the political pioneer and LGBT rights campaigner Harvey Milk and his legacy.
Raks Patel reviews The Universal Machine, a musical about the life and death of Alan Turing.
Raks Patel reviews Palestinian-Israeli gay love story and thriller, Out In The Dark, a film with the power to change hearts and minds.