Films and Filming
Launched in 1954, the magazine included gay-themed articles and images (including profiles and images of actors such as Dirk Bogarde and Rock Hudson, whose sexualities were ambiguous at the time), commercial and personal advertisements featuring same-sex desire, and included articles on the censorship of gay themes in film and theatre.
Films and Filming was considered a mainstream and internationally-respected magazine throughout the 1950s and 1960s. It was widely available in bookshops and newsagents, and was the most successful title of Hansom Books.
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