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London Gay and Lesbian Film Festival 2005


The London Gay and Lesbian Film Festival runs March 30- April 13th. Opening film is:

Prey for Rock & Roll (USA, 2003), starring the queen of gender bending, Gina Gershon. (USA, 2004)

Mysterious Skin by Greg Araki (USA, 2004) closes, which had its world premiere in the Horizontal section at Venice 2004.


One of the largest gay and lesbian film festivals, the London event tries to accord equal representation for the latest films by gays and lesbians. US/UK films predominate the selection, and there is also a world cinema category.

Selection includes excellent experimental shorts/feature by Maria Klonaris/Katerina Thomadaki--Chutes. Désert. Syn (1983-85) (France, 2004)shown with the incredible Selva (2004), recently featured at a retrospective at Créteil Films de Femmes 2005. These two respected Greek filmmakers have made France their home since the Greek junta of 1974.
Moustache (Australia, 2004)- won the public prize for best international short at Créteil 2005.
Tropical Malady (Thailand, 2004) somes straight from the official Cannes selection this year, that caused some critics to walk out because of its innovative form.

Oranges are not the only fruit (UK, 1990) - is based on the classic novel by Jeanette Winterson)and Orlando (UK, 1992)is probably one of the best renditions of the work of Virginia Woolf to date - directed by Sally Potter, UK, (though Ulrike Ottinger's Freak Orlando is brilliant). (Both in the "Telling Tales" section).

Two new films that seem promising are The Nomi Song(Germany, 2004) about Klaus Nomi who played a key role in gay underground culture in New York in the 70s, and an experimental feature shot through 16mm, Super 8 and DV camera by Jennifer Reeves The Time We Killed (USA, 2004)about the agororaphobic Brooklyn based writer Robyn Taylor. Reeves other shorts will be featured at the festival, and the filmmaker will be in attendance.


Screenings at National Film Theatre, Odeon West End, Tate Modern.

Categories:
Opening Night Gala, Closing Night Gala, Centrepiece, Films European, Cinema World Cinema Fetish, Telling Tales, Rewind, Shorts, LLGFF at Tate Modern, LLGFF on Tour.


THE SELECTION

A Girl Named Kai (Canada, 2004)
A Room with a View (UK, 1985)
A Woman Reported (USA, 2004)
'Aliengnosis' (USA, 2005)
Anatomie de l'enfer (France, 2004)
And Then He Kissed Me (UK, 2004)
Andrew and Jeremy Get Married (UK, 2004)
Annie Dearest: The Real Miracle Worker (USA, 2002)
Annie Sprinkle's Amazing World of Orgasm (USA, 2004)
Are You a Boy or a Girl? (USA, 2004)
Asswax (UK, 2004)
Barefeet (USA, 2004)
Bear Cub (Spain, 2004)
Beautiful Boxer (Thailand, 2003)
Bed of Fear (Canada, 2004)
Before Night Falls (USA, 2000)
The Best Day of My Life (Italy, 2002)
Betwixt and Between (South Africa, 2004)
Bigger (USA, 2004)
Books of James (Canada, 2002)
Butch in the City (USA, 2003)
Butch Mystique (USA, 2003)
Butch Or Femme? (USA, 2003)
Butterfly (Hong Kong, 2004)
Calcutta Pride March 2004 (India, 2004)
Candy Bar presents Lesbian Pop Idol! (UK, 2005)
Carisma (Spain, 2003)
Chutes. Désert. Syn (1983-85) (France, 2004)
Combien? (France, 2004)
Come On Baby (Denmark, 2004)
Coming Out at Work is Hard to Do (Australia, 2004)
Confusion (South Africa, 2004)
Coolie Gyal (Canada, 2004)
Countdown to Nothing (Germany, 2004)
Cowboys & Angels (UK / Ireland, 2003)
culling occupants (UK, 2002)
Cut (Singapore, 2004)
The D Word (USA, 2005)
D.E.B.S. (USA, 2004)
Dani and Alice (Canada / USA, 2005)
Different (USA, 2003)
A Different War (Israel, 2003)
Dog Rose Afternoon (UK, 2005)
Dominatrix Waitrix (USA, 2004)
Donnie & Clyde (USA, 2004)
Dorian Blues (USA, 2004)
Drag Kings on Tour (Canada / USA, 2004)
The Drive (Canada, 2004)
Drive Thru (USA, 2004)
El Pulover (Spain / Cuba, 2003)
Eleanor (USA, 2002)
facts. Suck (USA, 2004)
The Fall of Communism as Seen in Gay Pornography (USA, 1998)
Far Side of the Moon (Canada, 2003)
A Few Good Dykes (USA, 2004)
Finished (USA, 1997)
Fireflies (France, 2004)
Flower Arranging for begginers (UK, 2004)
Gender-Queer: Qu'est-ce que c'est? (UK, 2005)
George's Date (South Africa, 2004)
Getting to Know You (USA, 2004)
Girl on Girl (Canada, 2004)
Girl Play (USA, 2004)
Grande école (France, 2004)
Granny Queer (Australia, 2004)
Gregg Bordowitz: Fast Trip, Long Drop (USA, 2004)
Haircut (USA, 2004)
hand-some (USA, 2004)
Hard Drive (A: ) (UK, 2004)
Harigata: The Alien Dildo that Turned Women into Sex-Hungry Lesbos (USA, 2003)
Hate (Canada, 2004)
Healing (Australia, 2004)
The Heart is Deceitful... Above all Things (USA, 2004)
Hellbent (USA, 2004)
Hi Maya (Switzerland, 2004)
Hidden... (UK, 2004)
Hitch Cock (Australia, 2005)
Holy Matrinony, Billy! (Canada, 2004)
A Home At the End of the World (USA, 2004)
Howards End (UK / Japan, 1992)
I Don't Know Why I Love You (USA, 2004)
I Have Two (South Africa, 2004)
I Love You (USA, 2002)
I'm So Excited (Germany, 2004)
Immortal Muse (UK, 2005)
In Good Conscience: Sister Jeannine Gramick's Journey of Faith (USA, 2004)
In Search of the Butch (UK, 2004)
Indelible (USA, 2004)
Inescapable (USA, 2004)
L'Internationale (cello) (Canada, 2005)
Is It Really So Strange? (USA, 2004)
Jasmine and Fiona Are Taunted (UK, 2005)
The Joy of Life (USA, 2005)
Just for Leather (USA, 2004)
Juste un peu de réconfort (France, 2004)
Kiki and Herb on the Rocks (UK, 2005)
Kissing Tigers (France, 2004)
A Knock Out (Netherlands, 2004)
La Fidanzata (Switzerland, 2004)
Last Full Show (Philippines, 2004)
The Leather Boys (UK, 1963)
Let the Good Times Roll (USA, 2004)
Liberation (South Africa, 2004)
Liquid Lunch (USA, 2004)
Little Man (USA, 2004)
Lonely 15 (Norway, 2004)
Looks Like a Girl (USA, 2004)
The Lost Language of Cranes (UK, 1992)
Love and Deaf (USA, 2004)
Made in Secret: The Story of the East Van Porn Collective (Canada, 2004)
Magic & Miracles (UK, 2005)
Make a Wish (USA, 2003)
Massillon (USA, 1991)
Maurice (UK, 1987)
Memoirs of an Evil Stepmother (USA, 2004)
Moustache (Australia, 2004) .
Mr Leather (USA, 2005)
Muted Screams (South Africa, 2004)
My Consciousness Is Not in My Mouth but in My **** (USA, 2004)
Mysterious Skin (USA, 2004)
Natural Enemy (France / UK, 2004)
A New Land (Germany, 2004)
No Light at the End of the World (Germany, 2004)
No Ordinary Joe (UK, 2005)
Noah's Arc (USA, 2004)
O Fantasma (Portugal, 2000)
Olive (Ireland, 2003)
On the Shelf (USA, 2003)
Oranges (Australia, 2003)
Oranges are not the only fruit (UK, 1990)>
Orlando (UK, 1992)
Packed Lunch (Australia, 2005)
A Page From my Journal (South Africa, 2004)
Palindromes (USA, 2004)
The Party (USA, 2004)
Peehole (UK, 2003)
Perception (South Africa, 2004)
Perversion (UK, 2005)
Portfolio: My Life in 12 Frames Per Minute (South Africa, 2004)
Positively Naked (USA, 2004)
Possessed by Demons (South Africa, 2004)
Postmortem (USA, 2004)
Prey for Rock & Roll (USA, 2003)
Producing Adults (Finland, 2004)
PYT (USA, 2003)
Race You to the Bottom (USA, 2004)
Rebel Without a Cause (USA, 1955)
Reworked (France, 2004)
Ryan's Life (USA, 2004)
Selva: Un portrait de Parvaneh Navaï (1981-1983) (France, 2004)
Settle (South Africa, 2003)
Shake the Rain (USA, 2004)
She Wants To Be A Dead Boy (UK, 2000)
She Was (USA, 2004)
Short, white, pleated (UK, 2002)
Silent Landscape (Norway, 2003)
Sissy Boy Slap Party (Canada, 2004)
The Ski Trip (USA, 2004)
Skinhead (UK, 2003)
Small Town Secrets (USA, 2004)
Sugar (Canada, 2004)
Summer Storm (Germany, 2004)
Summertime (Italy, 2004)
Surprise Film (, )
Surrender (UK, 2005)
sweet (UK, 1999)
Haute tension (France, 2003)
The Tasty Bust Reunion (Australia, 2003)
That Man: Peter Berlin (USA, 2005)
The Head of a Pin (USA, 2004)
The Homolulu Show (Norway, 2004)
The Nomi Song(Germany, 2004)
The Pieces of Chente's Body (USA, 2004)
The Time We Killed (USA, 2004)
Three Months with Pook (Australia, 2003)
Tiresia (France / Canada, 2003)
Toilet Training: Law and Order in the Bathroom (USA, 2003)
Tomboy (Australia, 2004)
Touch of Pink (Canada / UK, 2003)
Transamazon: A Gender Queer Journey (USA, 2003)
Trash (USA, 1970)
Tropical Malady (Thailand, 2004)
Unexpected Blow: Relieved (Netherlands, 2003)
Unhung Heroes (USA, 2002)
The Videos of General Idea (Canada, 2004)
W (France, 2003)
Walnut Grove, Mon Amour (Canada, 2004)
Wanted! (Germany, 2004)
We Love Our Lesbian Daughters (USA, 2004)
Wedding Daydream (Germany, 2004)
What Grown Ups Know (USA, 2004)
When Beckham Met Owen (Hong Kong, 2004)
Who Can Speak of Men? (India, 2003)
Who is Gunnar? (Sweden, 2005)
The Wind, in the Evening (Italy, 2004)
A Woman's Love (France, 2002)
A Wonderful Day (Australia, 2003)
You Are the Only One Who Knows (Finland, 2003)
You I Love (Russia, 2004)

EVENTS
"This is what we have done and this is what we are doing"
31st March 2005 - 18:10, National Film Theatre
Selina Robertson from the LLGFF asked me to make a programme for the festival. I suggested that I would try ...

"How to Make Lesbian Porn - Instruction with video clips"
2nd April 2005 - 18:10, National Film Theatre
Rapidly becoming a fixture on the film festival circuit with her masterclass on the history of gay-lesbian cinema 'Out im ...

"Booyaka! Ragga and Homophobia"
10th April 2005 - 13:50, National Film Theatre
Is ragga music homophobic, or are homophobic musicians giving it a bad name? Should ragga music be banned in queer ...

"Telling Tales: A Discussion of Gay Literary Adaptations"
12th April 2005 - 20:00, National Film Theatre
How do our queer stories get on to the big screen? In this partner event to the Telling Tales sidebar ...


Moira Sullivan

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