Fringe! Gay Film Festival is back with an eclectic weekend of events between 12-15 April. This year's programme includes more than 30 events from movies and workshops to wild parties at different East End locations.
The first ever screening of the opening film I Want Your Love from Travis Mathews displays the sexual and emotional interactions of a young man, Jesse, who is about to return to his roots after a couple of years in San Francisco. The director will join the screening.
A romantic drama, Private Romeo is about the life of eight cadets left behind in an isolated military school. Other interesting documentaries like (A)sexual, The Berlin Years 1984-1992 and shorts such as Generations Like Us hosted by Girls Like Us magazine will be part of the programme, too.
Alongside the screenings you can see various photo-exhibitions and take part in other queer events. For the full programme, visit the festival's website. Tickets cost £4-8.