IMPRESARIO the story of SF’s larger than life filmmaker, campy producer and king of the Castro Theater

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  The Castro Theatre at 429 Castro Street in San Francisco celebrates its hundred years on June 22. This treasured space for film, music and live performance is also an icon of the LGBTQ community and a city Historic Landmark.  It is also the place that has welcomed Marc Huestis and many of his productions for … Continue reading

No Straight Lines: The Rise of Queer Comics

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  Vivian Kleiman’s intriguing doc looks at the impact of queer comics in the evolution of the LGBTQ community by examining the lives and work of 5 of its most well-known practitioners. They include Ailson Bechdel whose graphic novel Fun Home was turned into a Tony Award-Winning Musical, and Rupert Kinnard who created the first … Continue reading

Queer filmmaker MARK CHRISTOPHER”s very first short film from 1992

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  For Throwback Thursday Queerguru checks out the first short made by queer filmmaker Mark Christopher best known for  as the writing/director of ’54’  and the subsequent ‘54 The Directors Cut. Christopher was 29 years old in 1992 when he wrote and directed Dead Boys Club.  It is  the story of Toby an innocent young man … Continue reading

Queer Genius award-winning Doc : chronicling five visionary queer artists: is Re-Released

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  Chet Pancake’s award-winning indie documentary  “Queer Genius,” chronicles five visionary queer artists: Eileen Myles (Award-winning American writer and poet), Barbara Hammer (Filmmaker and producer), Jibz Cameron (performance artist and actor), and Black Quantum Futurism (Rasheedah Phillips and Camae Ayewa A.K.A. Moor Mother, literary and artistic creatives) who unapologetically break down barriers in their creative fields … Continue reading

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