BFI Flare 2018 – Freak Show Review
Let your freak flag fly! In a year that is seeing Love, Simon making a genuine case for a...
BFI Flare 2018 – The 34th Review
A personal account from the activists who changed history   Describing their country as a place of “secrets and...
BFI Flare 2018 – Freak Show Review
Let your freak flag fly! In a year that is seeing Love, Simon making a genuine case for a mainstream LGBTQ+ romantic comedy in the bankable teen box office market, Freak Show is perhaps a lesser known offering, but it is as deserving of the attention that the aforementioned... Read more
BFI Flare 2018 – The 34th Review
A personal account from the activists who changed history   Describing their country as a place of “secrets and silences” sets the tone for this ultimately inspiring documentary which charts the fight for marriage equality in Ireland and the brave group of people who challenged society’s very concept of... Read more
The Wound (2018) Review
A surprising and challenging examination of masculinity and repressed sexuality that is closer to home than it first lets on. It is an exciting time in LGBTQ+ cinema, and with more mainstream offerings such as Call Me By Your Name and Moonlight making waves at the big awards, there... Read more
BFI Announce Programme For 2017 LGBT Film Festival

Celebrating the best in LGBT cinema, the BFI Flare Film Festival returns to London next month.

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The Important And Striking Wonderkid Receives The Coverage It Deserves
It began as a successful Kickstarter campaign as its potent promotional video narrated by the incomparable Sir Ian McKellen (X-Men: Days Of Future Past), drove home the daunting prospect of walking out to a packed Wembley Stadium as fans of the opposition mocked and taunted a player, simply because... Read more