A horribly failed interview.
Bits & Pieces
“You don’t sound black”
“A bear will eat your face and not even care.”
When a psychic fishmonger foresees Amadeo’s death, his fellow villagers rally to give him the best final seven days for which one could ask.
In the early 1960s, Stanley was at a gay bar in Philadelphia when he met a man who was just his type. Their kiss that night would be followed by a loving partnership of almost fifty years.
In his book “Coming Apart,” Charles Murray draws on five decades of research to demonstrate how much has changed in America in a half century.
Eating With My Ex: London Hughes & Tommy
“My social media is not really for me. It’s a voice for people who lost theirs.”
Filmmaker Ben Phillips made over 1000 hand-drawn images for Night Bus, a dream-like short that blends animation with reality on a late journey home. — What’s your take? Comment below or write a response and submit to us your own point of view or reaction here at the red box, below, which links to our…
“At the age of 16, which would be in 1948, my father suggested that I see a psychologist.”
Virgins, celibates and asexuals explain how living without sex is not as hard as it sounds, how it doesn’t make them a “weirdo”, and why they don’t all “just need a good shag”.
A man leaves an affectionate message for his daughter while driving slowly through a carwash. As he recalls their weekend together and memories from her childhood, it becomes clear that this is more than just a catch-up. Dorothy is an award-winning filmmaker. She is a member of Breach Theatre and is co-editor of Another Gaze…
Evolution of language over decades.
Former gang leader Kevin has just become a pastor. He is now trying to persuade members of his old gang to turn their lives around.
“The lit mag decides they want to publish my trauma turned pretty. Because I’ve left so much out, it’s easy enough for everyone else to swallow.”
Writer-director Jack Benjamin Gill explores the final fleeting hours of a man tormented by both his past and his unrelenting future in A Life Hereafter. Jack Benjamin Gill is an ideas-driven filmmaker with a passion for narrative cinema and original storytelling. — What’s your take? Comment below or write a response and submit to us…