Exclusive | Watch the trailer for new gay documentary 'Who’s Gonna Love Me Now?'


Aged 21, Saar Maoz was kicked out of his community in Israel because he wasn't 'religious'. His family cut all ties with him so he fled to London.

During his time in '90s London, his life crumbled around him. It was then that Saar found the London Gay Men’s Chorus, which gave his life new meaning.

Who’s Gonna Love Me Now? follows Saar 17 years later as he tries to contact his family in Israel to reconcile. It's documentary film that celebrates love trumping hate, understanding the ignorance in cultures that traditionally view each other as extreme. It isn't just about Moaz's life journey; it's also about his family's trek into understanding and accepting their son.
There will be a live screening of Who’s Gonna Love Me Now? on Sunday 2 April at the Barbican Centre, London. The leading star and the directors, Tomer and Barak Heymann, will be there for a Q&A. There will even be a performance by the London Gay Men’s Chorus. The one-night-only event will be streamed live across cinemas in the UK. Who’s Gonna Love Me Now? will have a select release in UK cinemas from 7 April.  For more information visit peccapics.com. More stories: Colton Haynes shares cute-as-hell bedroom snap with new boyfriend Inspiring story of forbidden love discovered in Word War Two letters between two men