Fiilmaker David France & queer activist Victoria Cruz talk about The Death & Life of Marsha P. Johnson

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Following his first highly successful documentary ‘How To Survive A Plague’ which deservedly won him an Oscar Nomination, filmmaker David France has now turned his attention to the mystery surrounding the death of legendary NY drag queen and activist Marsha P. Johnson for his sophomore movie.  With the help of Victoria Cruz who was about to retire from the NY Anti-Violence Project, they try to get to the truth of what really happened to this stalwart of the Gay Liberation movement who was a central figure in the Stonewall riots.

The interview for Queerguru on PTV’s Channel 99 as part of their coverage of #PIFF2017 was filmed at The Lands End Inn by Heather Reed and Hussein Wentz, and was edited by Roger Walker-Dack


For Queerguru's  full review of the movie, click HERE

GENE FEDORKO talks about CONVERSATIONS WITH GAY ELDERS a story telling project by David Weissman

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Emmy Award nominated filmmaker David Weissman has been shooting a gay storytelling project called CONVERSATIONS WITH GAY ELDERS a series of films with different gay men aged 72 – 86 ,and all edited by young gay men between 20 & 30 years old.

Debbie Nadolney the Curator of AMP: Art Market Provincetown hosted a screening on the edition filmed with Eugene N. Fedorko (known as Gene) a larger-than-life character who is a medical professional, caregiver, art collector, curator, activist, sexual outlaw, and cultural flâneur …. and a resident of #Ptown back in the hippy 1970’s.

Gene Fedorko and Conversations with Gay Ekders

After the screening he sat down to talk with QUEERGURU

P.S For details of future screenings contact https://davidweissmanfilms.com/new-project/


Historian JULIO CAPO on QUEERMIAMI the new Exhibit that looks at our Community’s past

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To mark the 50th Anniversary of Stonewall Inn Riots, gay historian/academic and author of Welcome to Fairyland : Queer Miami before Julio Capó Jr. has curated  a new exhibit at HistoryMiami Museum . Queer Miami : A History of LGBTQ Communities traces our community from its roots to the current day.

Queerguru took a trip to the Museum to check out this stunning exhibit during Miami Beach Pride Week and talked to Prof. Capo about what Queer Miami means to us all.

The interview was conducted by Roger Walker-Dack and filmed by Richard Bolton at History Miami Museum 






P.S You can also check tout our review of Welcome To Fairyland here http://c3f.ab6.myftpupload.com/2018/11/welcome-to-fairyland-queer-miami-before-1940

SAFE/HAVEN: Gay Life in the 1950’s Cherry Grove

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Since the 1940’s Cherry Grove, New York a small village on FIRE ISLAND has been a vacation paradise for the LGBTQ Community. The Cherry Grove Archives Collection a non-profit organisation was established to record the community’s history and is currently presenting an Exhibit SAFE/HAVEN; GAY LIFE IN THE 1950’s at Stonewall National Museum & Archives in Wilton Manors.

Queerguru spoke with the two curators Susan Kravitz and #BrianClark


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