OLIVIER DUCASTEL & JACQUE MARTINEAU

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French film­mak­ers Olivier

Ducastel and Jac­ques Martineau have long pushed the bound­aries of gay cin­ema. Two years ago they made the ter­rific Theo & Hugo, about two men who meet at an un­der­ground sex club in Paris.

The film, shot in real- time, then fol­lows their visit to a hospi­tal, where one of them learns they are HIV pos­i­tive. Now’s your chance to ex­plore the di­rect­ing duo’s pre­vi­ous trail- blaz­ing works, cour­tesy of Pec­ca­dillo Pic­tures. The UK’s most- renowned LGBT+ dis­trib­u­tor have re- re­leased

2000’ s Drôle de Félix ( Ad­ven­tures of Felix), about a young man’s search for his fa­ther, and 2002’ s Ma Vie ( My Life on Ice), the story of teenage ice skater Eti­enne ( Jimmy Tavares, right), who falls for the charms of his teacher. Both are now avail­able to view for the first time via video on de­mand.

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