Colors of Love is an LGBTIQ community enterprise set up by filmmakers to curate queer short films and show them to new audiences in a fun and informative way. You must own the rights to your film including the music and any images and likenesses. By submitting your film you agree to our being able to show it in unlimited screenings and online in a private subscription site. This is a non-exclusive arrangement and you are free to continue to share your film in any way you choose. One film allowed in only one category, Film submitted in more than one category can be disqualified from the competition.
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Bolu Babalola is a star. Romance will never be dead, as long as Bolu is writing it. Focusing on the magical folktales of West Africa, Babalola also reimagines iconic Greek myths, ancient legends from the Middle East, and stories from countries that no longer exist in our world. A high-born Nigerian goddess feels beaten down and unappreciated by her gregarious lover and longs to be truly seen.
Into the Gray
The same goes for Latinx dudes, Asian men, Indian men or even some combination of the X-chromosome types. In an interview with The Guardian , Russell T. Davies, the screenwriter and producer behind the boundary-pushing, queer-centered series "Queer as Folk," shared a theory as to why it has taken so long for any LGBTQ characters to get the lead in a mainstream teen romcom. But while "Love, Simon" and "Call Me By Your Name" are victories insofar as they center characters in whom white, straight movie executives perhaps can't quite see themselves, it ultimately reminded me that white gay men often fail to see that their blind spot about race in the LGBT community is almost as big as their straight counterparts' inability to notice gay men in Hollywood. To those ready to shout What about "Moonlight?
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