Who would’ve thought the film would be considered a cult horror for feminists and the LGBTQ+ community years later. Little did everyone know at the time that the intended audience the film was made for wasn’t fratty Megan Fox fanboys. It was for young girls like Needy and Jennifer.
Identifying as LGBTQ+ has always had an impact on the idea of family. Whether biological families are forced to reevaluate their own biases or people find a chosen family in other members of the queer community, the relationships between families make for incredible narratives to… Read More »Queer Films that Are All about Family
Five quirky diverse millennials working remotely for an international tech giant must win a product competition or everyone will be fired. Meanwhile, none of these independent co-dependents has a personal life that’s even remotely working.
In this episode of Filmocracy Talks, we talk about Filmocracy, details about the website and an in-depth discussion about film festivals. Where can you watch short independent films? Filmocracy, duh. Filmocracy is the only movie streaming platform that rewards you to watch films & leave… Read More »Filmocracy Talks (Ep. 1) Special Guest Phillip Jun
Sometimes the core relationships in fantastic LGBTQ+ films aren’t romantic. Instead, these films revolve around the friendships that help get our characters through. Whether these friendships have romantic undertones or are completely platonic, they all boast meaningful connections that keep us coming back to these… Read More »Our Favorite Friendship Focused LGBTQ+ Films
Personally, I think that “Black film” has been homogenized just as Black people have been for years. Black people are not a monolith, and neither are Black films. All of them in their own way are trying to showcase the authenticity of Black people, but… Read More »What is Black film?