OLIVIER DUCASTEL & JACQUE MARTINEAU
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.