First glimpse of MOONAGE DAYDREAM the definitive documentary on the iconic DAVID BOWIE

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  Two giant music icons are being celebrated on the big screen in Cannes this week.  The first is a stunning documentary on DAVID BOWIE from Oscar-nominated filmmaker Brett Morgen (who also made Kurt Cobain: Montage of Heck) For the feature-length film  MOONAGE DAYDREAM on Bowie’s creative, musical and spiritual journey,  Morgen was given unfettered … Continue reading

How To Survive A Pandemic

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    Oscar-nominated queer writer/filmmaker DAVID FRANCE  (“How to Survive a Plague“, “The Death and Life of Marsha P. Johnson” and “Welcome to Chechnya” has just released his new doc “How to Survive a Pandemic“.  It’s a sort of semi-sequel to his  very first film but this time instead of AIDS France has turned his … Continue reading

Sort Of : one of the funniest queer comedies on HBO Max

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    We’ve just come across this wee gem on HBO max that slipped by us when it was first released.  It’s the gentle story of a gender-fluid Toronto millennial of Pakistani heritage in an eight-part Canadian comedy about identity. It was created by its star, Bilal Baig, and director Fab Filippo, this and all … Continue reading

The hilarious & very queer OUR FLAG MEANS DEATH is coming back with a Season 2

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  Goods news for fans of OUR FLAG MEANS DEATH  one of the funniest queer  (and vastly )underrated TV series as the creator David Jenkins has confirmed there will be a second season after all    If you missed the first season, you lost out on seeing one of the most hilarious and nonsensical comedies … Continue reading

The Prince ; the ‘real’ story of the British Royal Family through the eyes of 7 year old Prince George

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  We’re not really sure if HBO Max’s THE PRINCE is a question of art imitating life or vice versa.  It’s a wickedly funny parody of the British Royal Family see through the eyes of young Prince George, the seven-year-old heir apparent to the British monarchy.   In November 1992,  HM Queen Elizabeth II. In a speech, … Continue reading

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