Ignasi M.

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Veteran gay Catalan filmmaker Ventura Pons returns to documentaries for his latest film which is a look at the somewhat turbulent life of charismatic renowned museum expert Ignasi Millet.  The opening scene shows openly gay HIV-positive Ignasi counting out his day’s quota of drugs that his multitude of doctors have prescribed and a few they didn’t. The fact … Continue reading



Ultrasuese : In Search of Halston

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Halston was the US’s first haute couturier to be taken seriously.  From milliner to revered iconic fashion designer in a very short this flamboyant and fun-loving man firmly put his sartorial stamp on everything in the Studio 54 era so that his ‘star’ on Fashion’s Walk of Fame in NY rightly proclaims ‘The 70’s Belonged to Halston’. … Continue reading




A Finished Life : The Goodbye & No Regrets Tour

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Gregg Cour is a 48 year old  gay man with AIDS who, after being HIV+ for half of his life has decided that he simply does not want to start yet a new regime of different medications. As he explains, after a while the body comes immune to drugs taken continually and hence the need to … Continue reading



Vito

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Vito Russo was an extraordinary man.  A discerning cineaste and movie historian, an avid gay activist and a leading Aids activist : my kind of hero!  In filmmaker Jeffery Schwarz’s  awe-inspiring new documentary on Russo’s action-packed short life we can see the full extent of this remarkable man’s leadership and involvement in gay rights, his major contribution to … Continue reading



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