Rosie Wilby returns to host the show and speaks to Alexander Bodin Saphir. He is the co director and co-producer of the documentary Who’s Gonna Love Me Now? which screens at London Film Festival on 8/9 October and follows the London life of Israeli gay migrant Sar over several years.
She also chats with our resident film critic Matt Williams to preview the queer highlights at the festival including Moonlight, an unflinching look at being black and gay in 1980s Miami.
We also hear highlights of the Queer’Say spoken word show recorded at Wilderness festival with Sophia Blackwell and Hannah Chutzpah.
For rights reasons the music is not on the podcast, but here’s what we played on the live show:
1) The London Gay Men’s Chorus: Holding Out for a Hero