Queerguru’s Andrew Hebden reviews GIRL PICTURE @ the Opening Night Gala at BFI Flare 2022

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BFI Flare 2022 London’s biggest and best LGBTQ+ film festival starts today and its opening gala night film turns the phrase a hot mess into a crown of pride. Girl Picture throws a bucket of emotions into the air and seems them beautifully land a la Jackson Pollock on a canvas of Finnish adolescent sexuality. … Continue reading

Queerguru’s Janet Prolman previews YOU CAN LIVE FOREVER due to premiere at Tribeca Film Fest

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  “You Can Live Forever” is a Canadian feature film premiering at the Tribeca Film Festival and then opening in selected theaters. The title is a reference to the belief held by Jehovah’s Witnesses that one can live forever in Paradise on earth. The movie is a heart-tugger about two teenage women who fall in … Continue reading

Queerguru’s Janet Prolman raves about ESTHER NEWTON MADE ME GAY a new film by Jean Carlomusto

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  The Provincetown Film Festival returned with all live screenings and events this year, and the buzz came back! Celebrity appearances by the likes of Bowen Yang and Parker Posey, interviews in the inimitable style of John Waters, parties, local heroes and even a controversy or two sparked the week, and a good time was … Continue reading

Queerguru’s Janet Prolman reviews ANAIS IN LOVE a delightful new queer French rom-com

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  “Anais in Love” is a delightful new French rom-com, written and directed by a woman (Charline Bourgeois-Tacquet), which premiered at Cannes in 2021. The film does take a bit of patience. Not because its pace is slow (au contraire), but because its pace is fast. Anais (Anaïs Demoustier) is a 30-year-old who literally does … Continue reading

Queerguru’s Janet Prolman reviews “PROGNOSIS: NOTES ON LIVING’ a deeply profound : must-see film

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    Debra Chasnoff codirected “It’s Elementary: Talking about Gay Issues in School.” Released in 1996, it remains the most highly regarded film and teaching tool available to promote acceptance among young children and provide them with accurate, age-appropriate information about sexual identity issues. Today, 26 years later, the issue couldn’t be more of a hot … Continue reading

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