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Bo Ningen Interview

We caught up with Bo Ningen at the CPH:PIX film festival in Copenhagen to talk about hair, Japanese Pop Idol mash-ups and some deafeningly loud musical bliss.


CPH:PIX Film Festival: Beyond the Black Rainbow

This debut from Canadian-Greek director Cosmatos is an incoherent, puzzling and astounding cinematic equivalent to tripping balls.


CPH:PIX Film Festival: The Invader

It all starts with a close up of a pussy, labia and all. Nicolas Provost’s notorious opening for The Invader suggests that the next ninety minutes of film will be daring, defiant, and a trifle pretentious. Strap in.


Preview: CPH:PIX Film Festival

Over the proceeding eighteen days our man will be waxing lyrical about what’s going on around Copenhagen town during the CPH:PIX film festival.

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26th BFI London Lesbian & Gay Film Festival

While arts funding cuts mean that the Bird’s Eye Film Festival is stuck in the doldrums this year, the BFI London Lesbian & Gay Film Festival has fought off austerity to return for its 26th year, bigger and queerer than…er, last year.



Skull Gang Foraging Club: Wild Wales

Foraging the Welsh for all they are worth.


Carson Gilliland.

Hollie Fernando introduces us to Florida photographer Carson Gillialand to find out about the ideas within his deep and wonderful square shots.


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Viaduct Madness.

Balcombe Viaduct is an old Victorian railway arch that carries the London to Brighton mainline train over the River Ouse in Sussex. It’s a huge structure surrounded by countryside with…