Queer as Art

(2017)
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Documentary celebrating the LGBTQ contribution to the arts in Britain in the 50 years since decriminalisation. It features interviews with leading figures from right across the arts in Britain, including Stephen Fry, David Hockney, Sir Antony Sher, Alan Cumming, Sandi Toksvig, Jeanette Winterson, Will Young and Alan Hollinghurst, and it explores the distinctive perspectives and voices that LGBT artists have brought to British cultural life.

  1. James House

    Director

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  1. Stephen K. Amos

    Stephen K. Amos

    Narrator

  2. Alan Cumming

    Alan Cumming

    Himself

  3. Russell T  Davies

    Russell T Davies

    Himself

  4. Isaac Julien

    Isaac Julien

    Himself

  5. Antony Sher

    Antony Sher

    Himself

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Queer as Art

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  • July 27, 2017
    TV

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Original Language English

Runtime 1h 0m

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