10 Reasons (and more) on why you should tune into aGLIFF Austin’s queer Film Fest

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  Like so many other queer film festivals these days aGLIFF (All Genders, Lifestyles, and Identities Film Festival) in Austin. Texas is the city’s oldest film festival.  And who said we would never!  With its latest edition PRISM 34 it continues with its mission to create positive and visible film programs relevant to the lives … Continue reading

30 Years of Can-Queer

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  This year is the 30th Anniversary of ‘Inside Out’ Canada’s largest LGBTQ film festival which would normally be in full swing in Toronto  right now, but this year’s full festival was postponed  until October 1-11, 2020.  Instead they have curated three fabulous short film programs  that aim to help develop the next generation of … Continue reading

4 leading Queer Film Fests create NAQFA: the North American Queer Festival Alliance.

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Queerguru loves to focus on some of the very positive developments that have been created out of the wretched COVID 19 Lockdown.  Today the world of Queer Cinema had one such bright shining with the formation of NAQFA: the North American Queer Festival Alliance. The premiere North American LGBTQ film festivals: Frameline (San Francisco), Inside … Continue reading

Brit heartthrob Harris Dickinson’s new movie chosen as BFI Flare’s Closing Night Gala

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Young Brit actor Harris Dickinson who stole the hearts of both the critics and audiences alike for his breakthrough performance in the coming-of-age drama Beach Rats is the star of a new movie that has been chosen the to be the Closing Night Gala of this year’s BFI Flare: London’s LGBTQ Film Festival.  Postcards From London tells … Continue reading

Cinema Diverse : Movies In the Desert

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The 8th Edition of The Palm Springs LGBTQ Film Festival runs from 17th – 18th September 2015 at the Camelot Theaters. It’s Opening Night Gala is ‘Eisenstein in Gunajuato‘ a fascinating film from Peter Greenaway about  venerated filmmaker who had a tryst with young guide, Jorge Palomino y Cañedo during his 10 escape to Mexico  In … Continue reading

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