A Skeleton In The Closet

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  For his third feature film 30 year old queer Argentinian filmmaker Nicolás Teté revisits the theme of ‘coming out’.  It’s obviously a subject  that weighs very seriously with him which may be a reflection of his own personal journey.  This the story of Manual (Facundo Gambandé) an architecture student in Buenos Aires.  We first … Continue reading

A Worm in the Heart : Paul Rice’s debut film about the plight of LGBTQ in Russia today

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  One of our main driving forces in QUEERGURU reviewing so many new indie movies is the sheer hope that once in a blue moon, you come across a new fresh, and extraordinary voice. One that has such a passion and drive that makes all the hours/days/months in those screening rooms all worthwhile.  Paul Rice … Continue reading

aGLIFF : the All Genders, Lifestyles, and Identities (and all entertaining) Film Festival goes VIRTUAL TODAY

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  The 33rd Edition  of aGLIFF the All Genders, Lifestyles, and Identities Film Festival  opens today August  6th and runs to the 16th. aGLIFF 33: Prism, Austin’s oldest film festival foes VIRTUAL for the very first time will feature almost seventy films including features, documentaries, and shorts over two weekends while additionally hosting exclusive online … Continue reading

Ahead of the Curve : how Frances Stevens created the world”s best selling lesbian magazine

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  It’s a sad realisation of how segregated the LGBTQ community is when as a gay male you discover that you never heard of Frances “Franco” Stevens the powerhouse publisher/activist  who founded Curve Magazine, the best selling  lesbian magazine.of all time. This new movie corrects that somewhat as it shows how ground-breaking the magazine was … Continue reading

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