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 OUR BLOOD :   Australia’s radical response to AIDS in the early 1980s : an ABC TV Series

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  Queerguru has been Down Under quite a bit recently covering Queer Screen Mardi Gras Film Festival, Sydney WorldPride 2023, and Myra DuBois’s Antipodean Tour and here’s one more item before we head back to the Northern Hemisphere. The ABC Network, in conjunction with Screen Australia, has had queer writer Adriano Cappelleta be one of … Continue reading

Meet the delightfully diverse Drag Queens of Melbourne, Australia

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  When so much attention focused on Sydney, Australia earlier this year during World Prde 2023 and Mardi Gras, the cameras were also rolling in Melbourne too.  Joseph Gardner and Andrew Cox were there making their delightful documentary  Victorian Queens which then premiered at the Melbourne Queer Film Festival.    Melbourne is the state capital … Continue reading

Queerguru goes back Down Under to review ‘THE WINNER TAKES IT ALL’ at Queer Screen: Mardi Gras Film Festival

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  I think the point of realizing that I was laughing at all the wrong places in this misguided camp comedy  was when Hunter found his wife lifeless on their apartment and covered with blood and he still feels obliged to ask the corpse  “Are you  dead?” It seems that the photographer-turned-writer/director  James Dimitri helming … Continue reading

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