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Film Review of The Feels at BFI Flare

The Feels is a film about a bachelorette party with a twist, and it was one of the films I wanted to very much see at this years BFI Flare, as it had such a great female cast, subject matter and sometimes ill admit it you need a good laugh at BFI Flare.

BFI Flare review of Snapshots

The relationship between 3 generations of women means that this film will attract a wide audience and speak to many women. This is definitely a film I want in my collection and would love to see in the cinemas with a mainstream release.

A must see for every generation. Beautiful, funny and poignant.

Review of Wishin' and Hopin' and interview with the director

Wishin' and Hopin' is a short in the Hearts segment of BFI Flare 2018 and is screening as part of 'Sometimes You Get What You Need'.

BFI Flare Review of Shorts

BFI Flare operates its festival under three strands; mind, body and heart. Each strand contains a number of features and shorts.

In the Hearts segment this year are two sets of shorts for women: 'You Can't Always Get What You Want' and 'Sometimes You Get What you Need'

BFI Flare review of A Deal with the Universe

This morning I had my eyes opened to the most amazing debut documentary film by Jason Barker. 

BFI Flare Film Review of BECKS

In the Hearts segment this year is an amazing feature with a spectacular soundtrack that will have you searching out the songs when you have finished.

The story of Becks is inspired by Alyssa Robbins' own life, and features songs written by her and Steve Salett.

BFI Flare Shorts: Brown is the Warmest Colour

BFI Flare operates its festival under three strands; mind, body and heart. Each strand contains features and shorts.

In the Minds Shorts segment this year, is an insightful shorts section that features queer Asian experience and covers love, relationships and solidarity.

BFI Flare review of My Days of Mercy

I had the pleasure of watching 'My Days of Mercy' at a press screening at BFI Flare this morning. It is also showing this evening Wednesday at 18:15 and 20:50 and also on Thursday 22nd March at 15:50.

Film Review of Love, Simon

Love, Simon is an awesome coming out film that is a must-see for parents and children alike. Catch Love, Simon at BFI Flare between 21 March and 1 April.

Review of Below her Mouth at BFI Flare

Below Her Mouth is a refreshing feature film, screening at BFI Flare as part of the ‘Bodies’ programme, ‘Stories of sex, identity and transformation’.

Starring Erika Linder (one of the first female models to be cast as a male model) who plays androgynous Dallas, alongside Natalie Krill (Canadian actress and former dancer who has appeared in several films and television programmes such as ‘Orphan Black’) as Jasmine.

BFI Flare 2017 review of West North West

This is a story of an Iranian art student in Japan, who we see in the beginning arguing with immigration officer about renewing her visa and her not being able to as she have not found a job yet. Upset and emotional, she finds her self in a cafe, places in a culture where emotions are not expressed in public locations...

BFI Flare 2017 review of Our Love Story

A story of an art student in Seoul who is top of her class and about to have a major expo for end of the semester. Until she meets a cute bartender and they slowly get closer and closer to each other. We all know how the beginning can be. Missing classes and not spending enough time on tasks at hand... but then one of the birds have to move away from the nest, and perhaps it's too late to get back on the horse with other stuff... How we deal with this twist is what differentiates us...

BFI Flare 2017 review of Trials and Liberations

Trials and Liberations was a series of lovely documentary shorts focusing on trans, or gender non conforming individuals and their journeys to where they are today. Many touching ones that brought tears to my eyes, including one which told the story of how the trans flag was created.


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