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Articles tagged 'film'

Beauty and the Beast causes controversy in Hong Kong, Malaysia, Singapore

Beauty and the Beast causes controversy in Hong Kong, Malaysia, Singapore

2017-03-17
“Gay moment” in remake of Disney classic opposed by conservative groups in Asia.
Local transgender documentary wins popular acclaim in Vietnam

Local transgender documentary wins popular acclaim in Vietnam

2015-01-04
The movie Madam Phung's Last Journey played to sold-out rooms in Ho Chi Minh City and is now currently showing in the national capital Ha Noi.
Hong Kong Lesbian & Gay Film Festival  2014

Hong Kong Lesbian & Gay Film Festival 2014

2014-09-01
  Hong Kong Lesbian & Gay Film Festival (HKLGFF) will be held from Sept 13th to 26th, 2014. It promises to bring the finest films to Hong Kong audiences; raising public awareness on LGBT related issues in the region and beyond. 
Watch: 'Trapped in the Closet | Keeping Score' a documentary depicting challenges LGBT face in Singapore

Watch: 'Trapped in the Closet | Keeping Score' a documentary depicting challenges LGBT face in Singapore

2014-08-18
Young Singaporeans have passed their own comments on recent events affecting the LGBT community in the city in the form of a youtube video.
Watch: Purple Light, A story of love and acceptance

Watch: Purple Light, A story of love and acceptance

2014-05-20
Purple Light is a commonly sung song in the Army in Singapore, and the film is based on a true story of a young recruit who falls in love with his friend. He then learns that what matters is not whether people accept him for who he is, but how he accepts himself and others unacceptance of him.
Watch Mama Rainbow, a documentary that spotlights six Chinese mothers of gay children

Watch Mama Rainbow, a documentary that spotlights six Chinese mothers of gay children

2013-11-07
Chinese filmmaker Fan Popo's latest documentary features six mothers from all over China who share their experiences of coming to accept their gay children as an increasing number of Chinese parents are stepping up and advocating acceptance by family members and society.
Hong Kong gay film festival features bisexual and

Hong Kong gay film festival features bisexual and "lesbian porn" programming for the first time

2013-09-06
The HKLGFF will screen a total 54 films from around the world – exceeding any previous year's record – including five feature films and one short under the new bisexual category, one feature and four shorts under the lesbian porn category, and two French films to close: Stranger by the Lake, and Winner of this year's Palme d'Or at the Cannes film festival, Blue Is the Warmest Colour.
China's Beijing Queer Film Festival concludes without government interference for the first time, say organisers

China's Beijing Queer Film Festival concludes without government interference for the first time, say organisers

2013-07-04
The festival marked the close of the 5-day, 28-film run last month at a small crowded cafe near Andingmen, Beijing with more cheer as usual as organisers report that this year marks the first time in its 13-year history that none of their events were disrupted nor did they have to engage in a cat and mouse game with the police as they did in previous years.
Documentary about LGBT rights in Uganda to be screened in Selangor, Penang, Singapore

Documentary about LGBT rights in Uganda to be screened in Selangor, Penang, Singapore

2012-09-21
Call Me Kuchu, a powerful documentary about the struggle against Uganda’s "Kill the Gays bill" and which follows several LGBT activists including David Kato before he was murdered in 2011, will be screened at the Freedom Film Festival that runs this weekend in Petaling Jaya (Selangor), Penang on Oct 6 and Singapore on Oct 28.
Thai lesbian movie 'Yes or No 2' hits theatres

Thai lesbian movie 'Yes or No 2' hits theatres

2012-09-07
Thailand's first lesbian movie Yes or No, which was a surprise hit in China and Taiwan, returns to the screen with a sequel this month. Doug Sanders, who reviewed the first on Fridae, reports on the new two hour-long film.

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