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Showroom Cinema: A Sheffield Culture Hub
 

“I think we are stubbornly independent. Proudly independent is perhaps a better way of looking at it,” say...

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LGBT cinema – a short history
 

Even though one might not think so, LGBT film is almost as old as the medium itself. It has, of course, not al...

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Lesbian Love in Film
 

Portraying gay love in Film can be very challenging. There is always a risk of propagating stereotypes, especi...

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Hollywood Loves A Stereotype
 

Lucinda Holt, guest writer, explores Hollywood’s relationship with Queer stereotypes… Stereotypes....

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