SELL BY : or how to keep a relationship together

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  Money, or rather the inequality of it between two partners in a relationship  can so often be a dealbreaker.  Especially in a  relationship where the passion has waned and where minor differences now seem like major obstacles, which when left untendered start to create insurmountable problems New York couple Adam (Scott Evans and  Marklin … Continue reading

Charles Busch is back : we review his latest movie THE SIXTH REEL

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We think it is no secret that the multi-talent that is Charles Busch was born in the wrong era.  He is the perfect epitome of a glamorous Hollywood star of the 1930s and 1940s: he doesn’t just look the part, but he totally lives it.  So convincingly with all the mannerisms and melodrama, watching his … Continue reading

Queerguru reviews DEATH AND BOWLING : with a trans cast and a trans sensibility

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  Trans filmmaker Lyel Kash’s directorial/writing debut Death and Bowling that is having its world premiere at OUTFEST Film Fest in LA is an extraordinary achievement.  Not just because in a groundbreaking move Kash cast all the roles in the movie with transgender actors, but his spiritual drama gives a very personal insight which we … Continue reading

Queerguru reviews ‘Fanny : The Right To Rock’

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  Award-winning Canadian documentarian Bobbi Jo Hart has this knack for uncovering queer stories that we may have heard of, but for the most part, are untold.    She did this beautifully with her affectionate and in-depth look at Les Ballets Trockadero de Monte Carlo, the world’s foremost all-male ballet company in ‘Rebels on Pointe’.  … Continue reading

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