LGBT film festival kicks off in the Southbank

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LGBT film festival kicks off in the Southbank

It's the celebration of gay cinema from around the world.

The London LGBT Film Festival kicks off today at the British Film Institute in the Southbank.

Opening with the UK premier of James Franco film 'I Am Michael’, the film about former gay activist Michael Glatze who denounced homosexuality when he found religion is just part of a number of movies being shown over the next 11 days.

Brian Robinson from the BFI explains more. 

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