To A More Perfect Union: United States v. Windsor

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  To anyone who followed the case of Edie Windsor, an unlikely looking LGBT activist, who took on the might of the US legal system and won, this extremely moving documentary from Donna Zacarro doesn’t actually reveal anything new about this groundbreaking case.  What it does, however, is succinctly put the major facts all together … Continue reading



Antonio Lopez 1970: Sex, Fashion & Disco

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The illustrator and fashion maverick Antonio Lopez was an extraordinary legendary cultural figure in the 1970’s whose name will hardly resound at all with most people these days, but to a whole clique of the famous fashion and creative souls who lined up to be interviewed for this new documentary, he was nothing less than … Continue reading



What if AIDS had never happened?

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Mexican activist/filmmaker  Leo Herrera is known for his queer viral films that tackle issues of queer politics, sex, HIV stigma, and history.  His latest work which is the centerpiece of Fathers Project is a short film that he directed & wrote with the collaboration of queer artists, musicians, and performers as well as the GLBT … Continue reading



Dragstrip 66 : a ‘frockumentary’ about where all the queer misfits in Silver Lake went to have fun

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If you had never been too or even heard of DRAGSTRIP66, then you really do not know what you had been missing.  Once a month this neighborhood Mexican restaurant in Silverlake, L.A. was transformed into a beloved destination for music, dance, fashion, and performance art. Much more than just a dance club, it was an … Continue reading



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