The London Lesbian and Gay Film Festival has been re-branded and returns to BFI Southbank as Flare in 2014. Among the treats to be found in the programme is the Scream Queens strand looking at LGBT themes in the horror genre. Alongside the better known examples of homo-horror like Fright Night, The Lost Boys and […]Read More Scream Queens at the BFI
Walk of Shame Treading through the galleries of Tate Britain; Mertle and Cardinal Paul are back Mertle Merman (performance artist Caroline Smith) and Cardinal Paul Green invite you to join them as they uncover and examine feelings of shame in Tate Britain’s BP Walk through British Art, moving between the comic, serious […]Read More Walk of Shame
Walk of Shame After their Shame Show at M.K. Gallery last year, Mertle Merman and Cardinal Paul are keeping their eyes firmly fixed on the world of art as they explore the collection of Tate Britain on Monday 17 March, 2014Read More Walk of Shame
B.F.I has unveiled a list of 10 horror films with particular appeal to LGBT audiences as part of its superb Gothic season. From the hardcore horrors of Thundercrack to the exploding budgie of Nightmare On Elm Street 2, (“There’s a Jessie on the phone for you, dear”) this is a ‘must-see’ list for fans of […]Read More 10 great gay horror films
A few screenings coming up in the next couple of months that may be of interest to followers of In Every Dream Home include: Mike Kuchar: film follies and digital daydreams at Tate Modern. Mike, who made many films with his brother George, before George decamped to the West Coast, will be introducing the films […]Read More Autumn’s cinematic harvest
Hack the Barbican? Mertle and Cardinal Paul are back and this time they are going to Hack the Barbican! Well, perhaps raise an eyebrow and share some moral advice.Read More Hack the Barbican?