A non-smoker who loves to laugh... (and binge on travel, food, movies, fashion, and theatre...). Find me on Twitter @gtvlondon
The Ornithologist (O Ornitologo)
With The Ornithologist, Portuguese filmmaker Joao Pedro Rodrigues delivers an extraordinary film. Born in Lisbon in 1966, Rodrigues’s previous films include O Fantasma (2000), and The Last Time I Saw Macao (2012).
Culture Vulture: 'Seat In Shadow'
For his debut feature-length production, Scottish artist and filmmaker Henry Coombes has collaborated with performance artist David Sillars to create Seat In Shadow.
'Center of My World' – A Film that Navigates First Love, Family, and Unanswered Questions
With Centre of My World (Die Mitte der Welt) writer/director Jakob M. Erwa has adapted the 1998 novel of the same name by by Andreas Steinhöfel.
Culture Vulture: 'Certain Women' (2016)
Written and directed by Kelly Reichardt, Certain Women is based on short stories from a collection by Maile Meloy – titled Both Ways Is the Only Way I Want It, published in 2009.
A Week by the Beach
I'm super-fortunate that my Aunty Jean and Uncle Mike (who live in Cardiff) own a flat in Denia — a Spanish coastal town between Valencia and Alicante.
Why I Love Nude Beaches
I used to be a bit of a prude. Probably it was just my insecurities dictating my perception of the world, but when I was growing up I would have been a bit weirded out by a nude beach. But now, I love them.
The Gay Beaches of Sitges
With London's summer feeling like a bit of an anti-climax, my boyfriend Liviu and I decided to escape to Sitges for a couple of days of Spanish sun.
How To Turn Your Life Into Erotic Gay Fiction
I kind of fell into writing erotic gay fiction by accident. It was during a period when I was travelling, looking to pick up some freelance work, there was some copy-writing work going for writing gay erotica.