If you haven’t heard of Zoe.Misplaced yet, you soon will. For this Australian drama is picking up quite a name for itself as one of country’s foremost lesbian indie films. Not least of all for the achievement in shooting this feature on a budget of $8,000AUS.Read more
Planet London journalist, Yazy Tauk, interviewed the beautiful and talented Desiree Akhavan, director and lead actor in her new film Appropriate Behaviour.Read more
With a series that contains references to pretty much all the social media on offer, including a brilliant argument with Siri, a Vine viral sensation, swiping on Tinder and much more (probably one or two references that went straight over this writer's "down with the kids" head) what could be more fitting than three-way Skype call to talk about the web series?Read more
Sukki Singapora talks about her burlesque achievements and the LGBT community and how we feel like we still have to go through this pressure to publically “come out” - as if our sexuality or diversity is somehow this “secret” which people need to be aware of.Read more
Is anyone... Afraid of Vagina Wolf? New release starring Guinevere Turner (dir Anna Margarita Albelo)Posted by Editor on 01 September 2014
Anna is a charismatic but struggling filmmaker facing a midlife crisis, having turned 40, she lives in her friend's garage in L.A., dances in a vagina costume for money, and has neither job nor girlfriend. Just when she's about to give up on both, she meets sexy post-feminist, Katia.Read more
We were very lucky to catch up with Saffron Sprackling, lead singer of legendary band Republica, and Mel Sanson, Q Alternative Stage organiser and front person, as well as lead singer for Brighton rock band Kenelis right before they rocked the stage at Brighton Pride.Read more
We caught up on the latest with Brighton local and Brighton Pride Q Alternative Stage performer Lucy Spraggan backstage...Read more
Part 2: Exclusive Interview with Drag Idol Winner LoUis CYfer - Missy Downgirl gets up close and personal with LoUis and LucyPosted by Anonymous (not verified) on 22 July 2014
Part 2 of our exclusive feature with 2014 Drag Idol Winner LoUis CYferRead more
Exclusive Interview with Drag Idol Winner LoUis CYfer - Missy Downgirl gets up close and personal with LoUis and Lucy pt 1Posted by Anonymous (not verified) on 06 July 2014
When Missy Downgirl from DowngirlsNW1 called us to say she had an exclusive interview from Drag Idol winner LoUis CYfer Aka Lucy Jane Parkinson, we knew it wasn't going to be a standard interview and article ...Read more
After an epic pheasant-plucking quest, we finally had the chance to catch up with fan favourite and Ultimate Planet Community Award winner Lucy Spraggan in person at this year's Pride in London - and she did not disappoint!Read more
Peace's decision to leave Waterloo Road, and concentrate on the second album now was driven by a desire to give the fans what they want. Following the success of the first album and the growing dedicated fan base, whom Peace credits as very "sweet, generous, respectful and the reason I get to do a job I love", she did not want to keep them hanging on too long.Read more
Watch the video below or at Singer-Songwriter Jen Foster gave her song and her time to be the soundtrack to the campaign and the music behind the story of two women who fall in love and get married. Foster appears in the video as the “Wedding Singer.”Read more
With an even bigger line up than the 2013 event, making this second Dinah Film Festival a now solid fixture on the programme, the limited ticket audience were in for an exclusive treat.
Programmers had arranged a huge line up of the cast and film makers of the 7 strong programme, making this a very special event for guests. Cast and filmmakers took to the stage in possibly the strongest ever LBQ line up on one small stage after the screenings to do a Q&A session and may stayed around after the event to chat to fans.
Our aim is to give you an insight into this festival; break down the barriers and let you know what to expect as a Brit going to The Dinah.
This is our ongoing review of Dinah Shore. Not sure what Dinah Shore is about? Want to get a bit of an inside view of the whole week? Your wish is our command!
Beautifully shot over a Toronto Winter, this sweetly told story creates an unusual love story and journey. The eponymous Tru (Shauna Macdonald) is the typical "Shane", loving the ladies superficially, but not the depth of commitment a relationship would require. It transpires that she has good reason to use sex instead of love to be close to people.Read more