Political Animals

The legendary gay activist and writer Larry Kramer always takes great pains to state that how as a community we need our history ….. and he is not just talking about the tome he published last year The American People. It’s a topic that is very dear to queerguru’s heart especially now that several of … Continue reading

P Town Diaries

When the Pilgrims first came to the US on the Mayflower they landed not at Plymouth Rock as is generally assumed, but actually they came ashore at Provincetown.  Being the picky Brits that they were, they never stayed and I think it’s a decision they would bitterly regret now if they saw this delightful movie … Continue reading

Pageant

If you ever thought that being part of a Pageant was merely just a bit of fun, the you are in for real eye opener with this fascinating award-winning documentary that trails 5 of the 52 contestants who are determined to win the much coveted title Miss Gay America in the 34th year of the … Continue reading

Pariah

A brilliant coming-of-age story of a butch black highly intelligent teenage girl who struggles to reconcile being gay within the confines of her conservative middle-class home. Her meddlesome bible-thumping mother is in denial of both her husband’s infidelity and her daughter’s sexuality thus creating more angst.    A thought-provoking film enlivened with some neat touches … Continue reading

Paths

  German filmmaker Chris Miera’s first feature film Paths that he produced, directed, co-wr0te and was even the director of photography, is a sublimely lyrical understated drama that is such a refreshing look at the way a relationship can unfold despite the fact that the love is not lost, but just misplaced. Economically shot in … Continue reading

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