Robbie Leppzer is the writer/director of a new feature length documentary Power Struggle which paints an alarming picture about the state of nuclear power and democracy. The film raises disturbing issues about the safety of the Vermont Yankee Nuclear Power Plant and the lies and deceit of the authorities responsible for both running it, and overseeing it too.
Leppzer talked to Roger Walker-Dack and the interview was filmed at the Lands End Inn during #PIFF2017 by Heather Reed & Hussein Wentz for ‘queerguru reports’ on PTV’s Channel 99
The veteran gay activist/author/playwright Larry Kramer was right. Again. After Louie is indeed a movie that had to be made. Filmmaker Vincent Gagliostro talks about his directing debut with this powerful and entertaining inter-generational drama about AIDS. Starring Alan Cumming and Zachary Booth the story tackles how we are all coping now the the AIDS pandemic is no longer the lethal threat to us all that it once was.
Gagliostro told queerguruthat After Louie is about getting that older generation to dare to dream again, and at the same time, getting the younger generation to just dream
God’s Own Country a breakout hit at both Sundance and Berlinale Film Festivals (where it was nominated for a Teddy for Best Queer Feature) is a remarkable debut from openly gay Brit writer/director Frances Lee, and unquestionably one of best queer love stories for a very long time. Set in the wilds of Yorkshire (hence … Continue reading
It’s nigh on impossible not to really like Amrou Al-Kadhi an out and proud queer Iraqi drag queen / activist / writer / actor / journalist / filmmaker. He is also disarmingly charming to boot. The London-based founder and star of Denim the drag superstar group has always been such an articulate advocate about being … Continue reading