Queerguru’s pick of MUST SEE FILMS at Chicago’s REELING FILM FESTIVAL

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  Right in the middle of LGBTQ+ Film Festival season comes one of the ‘grand dames’ of the circuit.  Reeling: The Chicago LGBTQ+ International Film Festival is the second longest-running film festival of its kind and has just kicked off with its 39th Editiion. Not only has Reeling become one of the most important cultural … Continue reading

Queerguru’s MUST SEE FILMS @Atlanta’s OUT ON FILM Fest

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  We’re heading Down South to Atlanta, Georgia this week for OUT ON FILM one of fav. queer film festivals. What started as a five-day festival back in 1987 has grown into an eleven-day celebration of LGBTQ stories and artists including narrative features, documentaries, short films, and premieres.  This year a total of 130 films … Continue reading

Queerguru’s pick of MUST SEE FILMS at Melbourne Queer Film Festival

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      The annual Melbourne Queer Film Festival is just about to come back big time.  Since 1991 the Fest has been bringing  the very best and latest of  world LGBTQ+ culture to Melbourne while also nurturing the development of new Australian voices This year it will they have scheduled 12 very packed days … Continue reading

Queerguru’s pick of MUST SEE FILMS at Rainbow Film Fest in Shropshire, UK

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  Part of Queerguru’s mission is to seek out and support the best indie queer films and help them reach the audiences that they truly deserve.  It’s with this in mind we try and cover not just the major metropolitan LGBTQ Film Fests around the Globe, but some of the smaller ones too.    One … Continue reading

Queerguru’s pick of MUST SEE FILMS at Reel Affirmations Film Fest in Washington DC

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    Reel Affirmations, Washington DC’s annual  LGBTQ+ Film Festival is by The DC Center, a nonprofit organization offering several different programs to the local LGBTQ community.  The Fest was established in 1981  and has been through a few major changes and reincarnations since then, but is still recognized as one of the largest queer … Continue reading

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