Another Country

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This wonderful insight to the heavily entrenched traditions of the archaic British class system that prevailed for centuries tells the story of a privileged elite set of young men as they deal with the elaborate rituals at one of the countries most prestigious Public Schools (what the Brits call Private Schools).   The story set in … Continue reading

Goodbye Pink Flamingo : a global selection of groundbreaking queer, punk, feminist, and DIY art and film.

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        Goodbye, Pink Flamingo is a three-day retrospective(*) festival running November 17-19, celebrating Sydney’s (Australia) dopest venue presented by Static Vision and Pink Flamingo Cinema, showcasing a global selection of groundbreaking queer, punk, feminist, and DIY art and film. Featuring retrospective screenings of the work of many of our favorite directors, including … Continue reading

In Celebration

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This is a filmed adaptation of celebrated British playwright David Storey’s stage play that opened in London Royal Court Theatre in 1969.  Storey was a leading exponent of ‘kitchen sink drama’ which in the late 1960’s atypically was a style of social realism which often depicted the domestic situations of working-class Britons living in terraced … Continue reading

Kamikaze Hearts : Janet Bashore’s quasi-documentary plunge into the 1980s porn industry is newly restored for VOD

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At Queerguru we like nothing better to bring you the best of indie queer cinema, the edgier the better …. and even better still if it’s real gritty.  We were thrilled then to learn that the peeps at Kino Lorber are re-releasing Juliet Bashore’s award winning  KAMIKAZE HEARTS  from 1986. This 2K newly restored lesbian … Continue reading

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