London hosts again its 27th queer film festival and to open the show the BFI will premier I am Divine in Europe, a documentary on the life of legendary cultural terrorist, actor, drag queen, performer and singer Haris Glen Milshead, best known as Divine.
Director: Jeffrey Schwarz
Across 11 days over 100 titles will be screened including a rare screening of Ziggy Stardust and the Spiders from Mars. In fact there is even an even dedicated to the bisexual genius called We Love David Bowie. The program is divided into three categories: Hearts, for emotional and romantic films; Bodies, for films focusing on sex, identity and transformation; and Minds, celebrating films reflecting on community, politics and the arts. We delved into the list and picked our favourite films form from each category: