SAFE SCHOOLS

Every school should be a SAFE SCHOOL for young LGBTI people, and the more informed young people are about their sexuality and that of their classmates and peers, the safer their schools and our societies will become. With this in mind, and especially given the terrible events in Orlando, we have created a free, downloadable resource [...]

Kim on THE LANGUAGE OF LOVE

THE LOVE THAT DID DARE TO SPEAK ITS NAME Kim Ho, Times Educational Supplement, 13 December, 2013 When Olympic diver Tom Daley came out, his video went viral. But he wasn’t the first: one young Australian’s film on the same subject was already an internet sensation. Kim Ho reveals why he made it. In late 2012, I [...]

Coming Out and On We Go

Today, Sunday 11th October, is Coming Out Day around the world. Coming out is the biggest decision a young gay person can face, so it's important that they have the support and advice needed. Fortunately, even those young people living in remote spaces or in isolated family environments can find support online. Check out some of [...]

Melbourne!

We are off to the Melbourne Queer Film Festival this week and our director, Laura Scrivano, has been chatting with Festival Director, Lisa Daniel. Check out the interview below and book your tickets for the chance to see THE LANGUAGE OF LOVE on the big screen, here. (It's a huge weekend for us - as [...]

YouTube selects THE LANGUAGE OF LOVE for Sundance!

We are thrilled to have been selected by YouTube to represent the best of indie film on the platform for the Sundance Film Festival, taking place from 16th to 26th January 2014. YouTube has made three two-minute teaser trailers that are airing before the festival's short-film screenings. Each trailer promotes a short film already available [...]