The world of contemporary cinema owes a lot to Hong Kong director Wong Kar-wai, one of its “defining auteurs,” says the British Film Institute (BFI) in their release of seven brand-new 4K restorations of the director’s films.
Throughout the month, we will be spotlighting the work of incredible organisations which focus on providing spaces of healing, joy & community.
Read here for Chapter Z’s official Ru Paul’s Drag Race Season 13, Episode 6 recap written by superfan Abigail Villaroel.
Read as Alicia Fretter explores the presentation of Queer culture both on & off screen and the impacts of Queer representation in media.
Find out more about Queer Family Tea and ways in which to support their work in 2021.
Louis Shankar reviews the sixth episode of RuPaul’s Drag Race UK. They share their thoughts on the queens, the looks and the judges!
From RuPaul to Alan Turing, read as Jason Jarvis shares some of his favourite LGBTQ+ role models and the impact they have made and the legacy they leave for future LGBTQ+ changemakers.
Thanks to the extensive archival work of noted historian Dr Susan Stryker in 1991, we know that in August 1966 at the corner of Turk and Taylor Streets in the Tenderloin district of San Francisco, police raided Gene Compton’s Cafeteria, an all-hours coffee shop popular with “gay hustlers, ‘hair fairies,’ [drag] queens, and street kids,” during a stand-in picketing.
Read here for Chapter Z’s official Ru Paul’s Drag Race Season 13, Episode 7 recap written by superfan Abigail Villaroel.
Ever wondered how to break into tech? We sit down with UX/UI Designer Toni Ojo to find out more about her journey into the tech industry.