100 Great LGBTQ+ Characters and Couples

For Pride Month 2020, the Flip Screen team have compiled a list of 100 of their favourite LGBTQ+ characters and couples from film and television.

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MHAM: Fat People Have Eating Disorders Too – A Love Letter To ‘My Mad Fat Diary’

For this edition of the Fatness In Film column, Sophie Butcher does a deep dive into ‘My Mad Fat Diary’ and its depiction of eating disorders.

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Love, Sex & Power In ‘Normal People’

A deep dive into the relationship dynamics in the BBC adaptation of Sally Rooney’s ‘Normal People’.

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‘Brooklyn Nine-Nine’ And How Fatphobia Is Still Acceptable In ‘Woke’ Media

There’s one major problem with ‘Brooklyn Nine-Nine’ and its otherwise remarkable record on inclusivity – it can’t stop being fatphobic.

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GFF REVIEW: ‘Perfect 10’ Is A Stunning Debut Coming-Of-Age That Definitely Sticks The Landing

Whilst her protagonist is only just finding her feet, Eva Riley’s first feature ‘Perfect 10’ oozes with confidence.

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REVIEW: ‘Saint Maud’ Is Big On Shocks And Style, But Questionable On Substance

Singular, striking and extremely well executed, Saint Maud is a treat at first sight – though as the themes and overarching message sink in, it could leave a more bitter aftertaste.

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Thor, ‘Avengers: Endgame’, And The Problem With Fatsuits

A deep dive into Fat Thor in ‘Avengers: Endgame’, and the problem with using fatsuits on screen.

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GFF REVIEW: The Plot of ‘Dirt Music’ Lets Down Passionate Lead Performances

Gaining full marks for style, it’s ‘Dirt Music’s substance that leaves a lot to be desired.

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GFF REVIEW: ‘County Lines’ Is An Unmissable Debut From Henry Blake

Henry Blake’s debut feature ‘County Lines’ is a coming of age film, but ground down to the genre’s darkest essence.

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REVIEW: ‘Calm With Horses’ Is A Truly Heart-Pounding Thriller With A Revelatory Lead Performance

‘Calm With Horses’ is a ticking time bomb of a movie about family, loyalty, and the pain that stems from having to decide between the two.

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