Antonio Lopez 1970: Sex, Fashion & Disco

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The illustrator and fashion maverick Antonio Lopez was an extraordinary legendary cultural figure in the 1970’s whose name will hardly resound at all with most people these days, but to a whole clique of the famous fashion and creative souls who lined up to be interviewed for this new documentary, he was nothing less than … Continue reading

Once A Fury: a doc on The Furies, a notorious 1970s lesbian separatist collective NOW STREAMING ONLINE

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  Ten former members of the Furies, a notorious 1970s lesbian separatist collective that published a national newspaper and planned to seize state power, reflect on political activism and personal struggle.  Jacqueline Rhodes‘s award-winning film simultaneously provides information on The Furies’ newspaper, what and who they were fighting for, and what their message was, as … Continue reading

Queerguru’s Ris Fatah reviews KevIn Hegge’s TRAMPS! a wonderful nostalgic trip to when British music was at its best

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    1977-1982 was arguably the most fertile period in British music history. I was at school then and almost everyone was into at least one of a complete soundclash of music genres – including punk, new wave, disco, soul, funk, heavy rock, mod, two-tone, early rap, hip hop, electronica, and the new romantic bands. … Continue reading

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