Peter Knegt talks about Plus One

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Canadian filmmaker Peter Knegt talks to queerguru about his new cute short Plus One which he directed, co-wrote and starred in about a gay man’s close relationship with a lesbian.

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

 



Asking About Akron with Brian O’Donnell

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One of the interesting facts about queer cinema is that it provides a perfect platform for so many different gay men and women from all walks of life to tell their stories to add to the rich tapestry of how our community is still evolving. It enables us to mold our own history and also … Continue reading



Andrew Haigh Never Vague

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Andrew Haigh is one the most inspired out-gay award-winning filmmakers of his generation, although back in 2009 his career got off to a shaky start with his first movie “Greek Pete”. This documentary of a scrawny looking British rent boy who had the most uninteresting of lives was as about as erotic as a Sunday … Continue reading



Joseph Wilson : Why Drag Is My Ecstasy

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  27 year old Joseph Wilson is a rising star Brit queer filmmaker and he is also a central figure in East London’s burgeoning Alternative Drag Scene which has set the city’s cultural scene alight just as the likes of Boy George and Leigh Bowery did in the 1980’s. queerguru tracked down Joseph to a … Continue reading



Jake Graf : The Man Of The Moment

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2015 turned out to be quite a year in the spotlight for the transgender community and one of its brightest stars and advocates was trans filmmaker, actor and activist Jake Graf. Fresh from performing in the award winning “The Danish Girl”, Jake now seems to be everywhere: posing on magazine front covers and writing inside them … Continue reading



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