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It's Oscar-time, I guess, although I couldn't name the nominees if my life depeneded on it. The only
 

The Cinesexuals

March 4 · Issue #1 · View online
Sharing same-sex cinephilia whenever I can.

It’s Oscar-time, I guess, although I couldn’t name the nominees if my life depeneded on it.
The only film nominated for Best Picture that I care much about and do remember is Call Me By Your Name. Judging by the “ink” devoted to it online, the film seems to have generated the most passion, loyalty, and discussion, as well.
I don’t think Call Me By Your Name will win anything, except maybe Adapted Screenplay. That’s a safe bet.
Therefore, this first issue of The Cinesexuals is all about Call Me By Your Name. I’ve also included some 2017 English-language, gringo LGBTQ lists, most of which ignore the rest of the non-English-speaking world, along with a bonus free download, a nice, sexy screenshot and a post from the archives.
Hope you enjoy this one!

2017 LGBTQ Lists
LGBT Movies From 2017 You Need To See
10 Best Gay Movies of 2017: Accomplishments in Queer Film | IndieWire
On Call Me By Your Name
The ethics of Call Me by Your Name’s age-gap sexual relationship, explored.
Designing Desire: Production Designer Samuel Deshors Talks about Call Me by Your Name - Bright Lights Film Journal
Why ‘Call Me By Your Name’ is such a Jewish movie | The Times of Israel
Bonus Links
Who Owns Marsha P. Johnson's Story?
Laughing Pan: James Broughton - Bright Lights Film Journal
This Week's Download
Click here to watch for free a short documentary about me and some of my time among the rent boys of Prague. Then buy the book.
Screenshot of the Week: Tremulo
From The Cinesexual Archives
film review: Trémulo (2015) – The Cinesexual
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