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

José Mayorga reviews 8 Years a story of the quest for true love

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    LIFE IS A JOURNEY, BUT LOVE AND FEAR ARE JOURNEYS ALSO. La Palma Island belongs to the province of Santa Cruz de Tenerife,  in northernmost Spain’s Canary Islands and it is also known as “La isla bonita” (the beautiful island).  Almost a year ago, an eruption at the Cumbre Vieja volcanic ridge lasted … Continue reading

Queerguru’s José Mayorga reviews “100 Years of  Men in Love: the Accidental Collection “

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  The Nini -Treadwell collection is a love letter to the world. The approx. 60 min documentary shows a selection of vintage photographs of the accidental collection that are included in the coffee table book published by  5 Continents Editions, Milan, 2019.  The book has been properly reviewed by Queerguru  here.  The collection of photographs … Continue reading

Queerguru’s José Mayorga reviews “1946: The Mistranslation that Shifted a Culture” or how the Bible got it wrong about Homosexuality

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      GOD DOESN´T ASK ABOUT SEXUAL ORIENTATION – Rev. David Fearon This documentary film is a quest for biblical truth.  About six verses in the Bible contain the word homosexual, since 1946 when it appeared for the first time in the Revised Standard Version (RSV), due to the work and duty of a … Continue reading

Queerguru’s José Mayorga reviews ‘Becoming A Queen’ ….. of the Carnival

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  A LEGACY OF WOMANHOOD, CARNIVAL HISTORY, AND CARIBBEAN CULTURE   The year is 2018, and the film tells the real-life story of Joella Crichton, an actress, a York University graduate, and a contestant for thirteen years at the Caribana Festival that takes place during the summer in Toronto, Canada, where she has been reigning … Continue reading

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