queerguru tv had a blast at the Provincetown Film Festival #PIFF2017 earlier this year. We were on the Red Carpet, reviewed 15 movies + filmed 20 one-on- one interviews with filmmakers too. Here’s a wee glimpse of our week.
principal photography : Hussein Wentz
written & edited : Roger Walker-Dack
queerguru thanks: Amy Davies, Anthony & Alex, Chloe Sevigny, Christine Walker, Crown & Anchor, Courtney Moorhead, David France, Derek Dodge, Eddie Shore, Heather Reed, Jake Graf, Jason Benjamin, Jennifer Reeder, John Waters, Katherine Diekermann, Kory Mello, Lands End Inn, Ludovic Bainvel, P.David Ebersole, Peter Knegt, PTV, Rick Murray, Robbie Lepzer, Sarah Wharton, Sebastian Junger, Todd Hughes, Victoria Cruz, Vincent Gagliostro, Will Sullivan,
French photographer Marc Martin follows his successful US debut at New York’s prestigious Leslie Lohman Museum of Gay and Lesbian Art with his first ever one-man Exhibit in P.Town. This week to tie in with the Mates Leather Weekend his Dur Labeur show opens at one of P.Town’s newest spaces the CUSP Gallery. Dur Labeur is a curated selection … Continue reading
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 respected war journalist and Oscar nominated filmmaker Sebastian Junger told queerguru that war is both futile and necessary. In a discussion about his latest powerful documentary Hell on Earth : The Fall of Syria & The Rise of Syria he talks about the devastating death and destruction and particularly on all the global consequences of this pernicious civil war.
‘America always has been a country that has welcomed the desperate of the the world with open arms, and suddenly there is this idea that we won’t do that. This country has never been attacked by a war refugee, that’s just not where the threat is . I hope people see this film and realize that w should espouse a certain openness with the world where people can seek refuge here.’