Filmmaker Sue Zarco Kramer on supporting the LGBTQ+ Community

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  Queerguru had just finished interviewing filmmaker Sue Zarco Kramer about her latest film SWIPE NYC at the Provincetown Film Festival when she added this impromptu statement about supporting the LGBTQ+ community which we thought should be shared. (Sitting  next to her are actors Richard Schiff and Lisa Edelstein  who are part of the cast … Continue reading

Henny Garfunkel : 20 Years of Stars

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It was Queerguru’s first time covering The Red Carpet at the Provincetown Film Festival that we first spotted Henny Garfunkel.  With her very distinctive black-clad outfit festooned with jewelry and her hair piled high, she was impossible to miss so we thrust our microphone in her face and bombarded her with questions. Turns out that she is much more … Continue reading

Photographer MARC MARTIN’s P.Town Debut

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French photographer Marc Martin follows his successful US debut at New York’s prestigious Leslie Lohman Museum of Gay and Lesbian Art with his first ever one-man Exhibit in P.Town.  This week to tie in with the Mates Leather Weekend his Dur Labeur show opens at one of  P.Town’s newest spaces the CUSP Gallery. Dur Labeur is a curated selection … Continue reading

Snow (and leather) bound in Provincetown

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  Provincetown has been experiencing a tough winter this year with more than its fair share of snow.  We hope therefore that they have stoked up the boilers at venues like the Crown & Anchor to get ready for the raunchy 11th Edition of Mates Snowbound Leather Weekend held later this month   The main events of … Continue reading

The sun never stops shining on Peregrine’s exuberant production of Hair

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 HAIR ☆☆☆☆☆ When I first saw Hair The Musical at the Shaftesbury Avenue in London as a very impressionable young man, little did I think that 50 years later no longer young (but still fairly impressionable) would I be watching a new production in Provincetown where I now live. The years have been kind to … Continue reading

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