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Firebird – A Military LGBTQI Love Story

Based on a true story, Firebird is a meticulously researched and produced film about two young men on a military base in Soviet-occupied Estonia in the late 1970s. Sergey (Tom Prior) is a private just weeks away from discharge; Roman (Oleg Zagorodnii) is an officer and pilot, newly assigned to the base. Their attraction is almost […]

Maybe Someday, a melancholic non-binary road trip film

The quietly composed film Maybe Someday follows Jay, a photographer recently separated from her wife, on a journey away from her old life and towards a new and unmapped path in Los Angeles. On the way, she visits a high school friend, once (and perhaps still) a BFF, and a divorced mother Jess. In a sense, […]

5 Must-Sees At The Mardi Gras Film Festival

Queer Screen’s Festival Director, Lisa Rose, tells us about the must-see films for City Hub readers at the upcoming Mardi Gras Film Festival. My Queer Career This is the night of nights for emerging queer filmmakers and it always sells out fast! My Queer Career is Australia's richest queer short film prize with over $16,000 […]

Benedetta

Inspired by true events this French film is set in Pescia, Italy in the 1600s and tells the story of Sister Benedetta who arrived at a convent as a young girl and lived there until her death at the age of 70. Her forbidden love with another nun is detailed and she is ultimately charged […]

Everybody Hates Me a quick quirky treat

By Linc Jenkin Everybody Hates Me is the third offering from Sydney based filmmaking collective, Paper Studios and the lessons they’ve picked up from each adventure previously are clearly being heeded with this snappy comedy being their most polished effort yet! This brand new original comedy web series from Kiwi/American writer/director duo, Louis Moore and […]

Spotlight on ladies at Queer Screen Festival 2021

BY JESSI LEWIS City Hub speaks with Queer Screen Film Festival Director Lisa Rose about the festival's 9th year & the slate of films for queer women. With Sydney in lockdown than what better time is there than now to delve head first into this year’s Queer Screen Film Festival. Now in its 9th year, […]