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Queerguru reviews CITIZENFOUR the true controversial story of Edward Snowden

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After you have watched Laura Poitras’s powerful documentary on the NSA Whistleblower Edward Snowden you will never want to use your bank debit card, or cellphone or even turn your computer on ever again. Whilst it’s not always easy to totally understand the intricate technical details of what Snowden reveals, it is however impossible not … Continue reading



Dawn: A Charleston Legend

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    Ron Davis’s fascinating documentary on Dawn Langley Simmons plays out like a hard-to-believe fictional story surrounded by an air of utter sadness.  Although we get a distinct impression that although Dawn herself may have agreed her life was tough, she would with an air of bravado and fortitude  definitely describe it as being … Continue reading



“Dionne Warwick: Don’t Make Me Over ” broadcast on Jan 1st 2023

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  It seems that the new documentary on Whitney Houston‘s cousin is so much better than her own recent disappointing biopic I Wanna Dance With Somebody,  “Dionne Warwick: Don’t Make Me Over” has picked up 4 awards since premiering at the 2021 Toronto International Film Festival and is now due to be broadcast by CNN … Continue reading



God Forbid: “The Sex Scandal that Brought Down a Dynasty”

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    Americans are heading to the Polls today for the  Midterm Elections and extreme Republicans are already disputing the results without even casting a single vote.  It seems therefore an appropriate occasion to sit down and watch “God Forbid’ a new documentary about how a sex scandal that sharply demonstrates how low US politics … Continue reading



Kristy Guevara-Flanagan’s Body Parts is an examination of how the nude female body is hypersexualized, under attack, and exploited on- and offscreen in Hollywood.

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Kristy Guevara-Flanagan’s Body Parts is an examination of how the nude female body is hypersexualized, under attack, and exploited on- and offscreen in Hollywood. It explores the evolution of desire and “sex” on-screen from a woman’s perspective. Demystifying the often invisible processes in creating intimacy for film and television, the documentary sheds light on the … Continue reading



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