After Louie’s Vincent Gagliostro on daring us to dream again

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The veteran gay activist/author/playwright Larry Kramer was right.  Again.  After Louie is indeed a movie that had to be made.  Filmmaker Vincent Gagliostro talks about his directing debut with this powerful and entertaining inter-generational drama about AIDS. Starring Alan Cumming and Zachary Booth the story tackles how we are all coping now the the AIDS pandemic is no longer the lethal threat to us all that it once was.

Gagliostro told queerguru that After Louie is about getting that older generation to dare to dream again, and at the same time, getting the younger generation to just dream

The interview was filmed at The Lands End Inn Provincetown during #PIFF2017 by Heather Reed & Hussein Wentz for queerguru reports on PTV’s Channel 99

P.S. You can read queerguru’s full review of the movie HERE.



Alden Peters talks about COMING OUT with queerguru

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When 20 year old filmmaker Alden Peters decided he was ready to come out as a gay man to his family and friends he did some research to see if he could find any sort of guidelines to help him handle the situation.  He was particularly concerned with how to deal with the next step after his coming out, but sadly he could find nothing at all that offered any real advice. This was all about the same time as the tragic death of college student Tyler Clementi who took his own life after being outed by a roommate, and so the whole dialogue about the sensitive subject had publicly taken on a new dimension in the media.

So in the end the utterly charming Peters did it the only way he knew, and that was to film each of the encounters which he hoped would then help him and his immediate circle understand the situation better.

Peters was unquestionably one of the lucky ones with a family that loves him unconditional and a set of friends that accept him for who he is without question.  The result is a remarkably wonderful insightful documentary called Coming Out that Wolfe Video are releasing on VOD to celebrate National Coming Out Day on Tuesday 11th October. To mark the occasion Alden Peters talked to queerguru via FaceTime for P.T.V. about the movie and the journey it took him on.

 

For queerguru’s full review of Coming Out the film, click HERE



Bobbi Jo Hart talks about Rebels on Pointe with queerguru

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Bobbi Jo Hart is the director of the new movie Rebels on Pointe which is the first documentary that has gone behind the scenes of the world-famous all-male (and all-gay) ballet company Les Ballets Trockadero de Monte Carlo. It’s a wonderful heartwarming tale of how this Company has not just survived for over 40 years doing their delightful parodies of romantic and classical ballets that have not just won them fans all over the world, but how they have become one of the oldest (and happiest) LGBT organizations.

On the eve of the movie’s East Coast Premiere at Miami’s OUTshine Festival Bobbi sat down with Roger Walker-Dack for queerguru reports on PTV’s Channel 99 to talk about what making this film meant to her.   The interview at the Albion Hotel, Miami Beach was filmed by Douglas C. Lance of www.fotonoggin.com

For queerguru’s full review of the movie http://queerguru.com/2017/04/rebels-on-pointe

 



David France talks about HOW TO SURVIVE A PLAGUE

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When filmmaker David France was at #PIFF2016 with his new movie The Death and Life of Marsha P. Johnson we seized the moment to also talk to him about How To Survive A Plague his Oscar Awards Nominated documentary recognized as THE seminal work on the AIDS pandemic, and which is really essential viewing for the entire #LGBTQ community and beyond. The documentary is NOW available on Netflix & Amazon.com and major global streaming platforms.

The interview with Roger Walker-Dack was filmed by Heather Reed & Hussein Wentz at Lands End Inn Provincetown.

P.S. For queerguru’s review of the movie click HERE, also you may like to check out our interview with David France & Victoria Cruz talk about The Death & Life of Marsha P Johnson HERE



Filmmaker Eric Juhola talks about Growing Up Coy

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The Mathis are a remarkable family whose courage and determination rarely faltered when they supported their youngest child Coy who started transitioning from male to female in kindergarten after it was clear that Coy felt he was a girl.  Growing Up Coy documents the family’s fight for her right to use the girls’ bathroom in a landmark civil rights case that prompted a nationwide debate. 

On the eve of the movie being released for global streaming to over 190 countries on Netflix (it is already available on Itunes) director Eric Juhola talked to queerguru at PTV via Facetime about just how important Coy Mathis’s touching story really is.

 

 

For a full review of the movie click http://queerguru.com/2016/12/growing-up-coy



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