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Michael Kuhl talks to filmmakers Dennis Keighron-Foster and Amy Watson about Deep in Vogue, their Manchester Vogue scene documentary which opens the Gaze Film Festival.

Manchester natives Dennis Keighron-Foster and Amy Watson started the journey of crafting the punchy, political, sexy film Deep In Vogue with a simple intention: to write a love letter to the nightlife that had given them so much. But their intention involved into so much more, and they have crafted a political piece that uses music, dance and raw talent to tell a story of oppression begetting a space of ultimate creativity.

The film is a personal project for the two co-filmmakers.

“My friend about four or five years ago said to me, ‘Oh my god, I have found your spiritual home, you have to come to this’,” Dennis tells GCN, “I felt, as a queer person, like there was no place that fully represents me on the regular gay scene. And I went and it was so encouraging...there’s no place like it.”

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Welcome to our continued celebration of Pride across this beautiful country. The organisers of Pride festivals yet to happen explain what we can expect. There’s a report from Black Pride in London and a photo essay capturing events at Dublin Pride, Trans Pride and Alternative Pride. Inside, we look at Love Sensation – the new queer music and arts festival, and explore the GAZE Film Festival and its opening night film - Deep In Vogue. GCN celebrates 20 years of the incredible LINC, and the Gay Men's Health Service moves to a new location. There's an interview with the delightfully original painter Delmas Howe while The Diceman gets a touching feature looking at his enduring legacy. The community share their stories on the truth behind transitioning in Ireland, finding the courage to openly embrace their sexuality after leaving home and a HIV Positive activist speaks about improving access to sexual health services. For the second issue in a row, we happily and wholeheartedly say – Happy Pride everyone.