Rebecca Alvin talks about The Cape Cod Festival of Arab & Middle Eastern Cinema

  Rebecca Alvin talks to queerguru about The Cape Cod Festival of Arab & Middle Eastern Cinema that kicks off in Chatham on May 4th, and in ends in Provincetown on May 7th.  This biennel event screens 5 movies in three different towns and is part of the Art Spring Cape Cod Festival. For further information … Continue reading

Remembering Pulse at P Towns Swim 4 Life

Filmmaker Brandon Cordeiro  was in New York the day after the massacre at the Pulse Club in Orlando and immediately on hearing the news, he became one of organizers of the spontaneous Vigil held later that day outside the Stonewall Inn. Later back home in Provincetown he decided that an appropriate way to both memorialize … Continue reading

Remy Auberjonois talks about BLOOD STRIPE

queerguru talks to Remy Auberjonois the direct0r and co-writer of Blood Stripe : a dramatic psychological thriller about a female Marine veteran and the struggle to come home. Starring and co-written by Kate Nowlin (aka Mrs Aubejonois) and co-starring the director’s father the veteran Hollywood actor Rene Auberjonois.  Winner of the US Fiction Award at … Continue reading

RWD at the Cape Dance Festival

Roger Walker-Dack visits with dancers and the founders of the Cape Dance Festival at their performance in Provincetown.

RWD reviews 45 Years

Brit writer/director’s Andrew Haigh’s superb intimate and gentle drama of a middle aged couple about to celebrate their Anniversary when they have to face some demons from the past. Veteran actors Charlotte Rampling and Tom Courtney both won Best Actors Awards at the Berlin Film Festival for their performances, and Miss Rampling has also been … Continue reading

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