Paddy Quinn the director/co-writer/star of High Low Forty talked to queerguru about his story of two estranged brothers who take a road trip to visit their father and try their hand at reconciliation at the same time.
It’s quite extraordinary that acclaimed Chilean filmmaker Pablo Larraín known mainly for his generally aggressive dramas interspersed with violence about his own country, should choose such a quintessential American story as Jackie for his first English speaking movie. The fact that he succeeds so well with his version of the accounts in the week that immediately followed the tragic assassination of President Kennedy in 1963 as seen through the eyes of his grieving widow is due mainly to Natalie Portman’s powerhouse performance as one of this country’s most iconic First Ladies.
Bren Gosling‘s play MOMENT OF GRACE captures a very significant moment that created such a seachange when Diana, Princess of Wales shook the hands of an AIDS patient in a London Hospice back in 1987. Bren Gosling talks about his play…. now at The Hope Theatre in London …. with QUEERGURU and how this one single act of kindness gave us both hope and love when our community needed it most