Let me introduce you to Kim Ho.
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 [...]
https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=G8EojTFlFeQ We were thrilled to screen at the second edition of &PROUD, Myanmar's first LGBTI film festival, which took place in late January 2016 in Yangon. And we are equally thrilled now to be able to share the Burmese-subtitled version of the films, thanks to the work of the film festival team (above). The film was introduced at &PROUD [...]
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 [...]
Two new interviews with Kim have been published recently, each with its own particular perspective on THE LANGUAGE OF LOVE.In the interview for DANIEL, the leading US publication for gay Asian men, Kim talks about the discussions he had with mentor Tommy Murphy on deciding the overall arc of the film, and discovering the piece's [...]
May 17th 2014 is the International Day Against Homophobia and Transphobia. For more information, go to dayagainsthomophobia.org and follow on Facebook. For the day, we've created these images of The Language of Love. Do share! #IDAHOT #sharethelove
Kim Ho is the writer and star of The Language of Love. Here, he reflects on the journey he has been on over the past year. As its title suggests, The Language of Love is a monologue about the hazards and joys of communication. It’s a coming out story, sure, but it’s also about the [...]