Aaron Bear & Wes Hurley : from Seattle to PTown with two stunning new queer films

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Two of Seattle’s best queer filmmakers Aaron Bear & Wes Hurley were presenting their new films at  Provincetown Film Society & Festival

Yes I Am – The Ric Weiland Story the story of one of the world’s most generous gay philanthropists was written and directed by Bear, and Hurley was one of the film’s producers.    Hurley’s own film is an inspiring feature  based on his life story about being gay and immigrating from Russia when he was a teenager  is Potato Dreams of America

After the screenings, both filmmakers sat down with QUEERGURU to talk about their films’ journeys to date.  The interview conducted by Roger Walker-Dack was filmed by Dan Desjardins at the Lands End Inn in Provincetown

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Peter Horgan : Ready To Die

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Queerguru talked with Boston filmmaker Peter Horgan about his new movie Ready To Die : Haunted by visions of her traumatic past, a woman who lost her faith struggles to adapt to her new world views screening at Provincetown Film Society & Festival .

The interview with Roger Walker-Dack was filmed by #DanDesjardins at Lands End Inn Provincetown



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It’s almost time for the 23rd ANNUAL Provincetown Film Festival. This year like most Festivals in this post-Covid world, it will be a hybrid event mixing outdoor screenings a few indoor screenings but the bulk being virtual online screenings. The good news is that the latter can be viewed by anyone living in Massachusetts

PFF is not an #LGBTQ Film Festival in the true sense of the word but as we make up a significant part of the community here, there is, as always, an excellent slate of new queer movies that we think you really should see:

\Word of warning though if you are wanting to see any of the films in the flesh and go to any of the events THEN YOU MUST RESERVE IN ADVANCE as there will be limited seating for a safe and environmentally responsible festival.

To check out the rest of the Fest and buy tickets go to ProvincetownFilm.Org.  And to read the full reviews of our  Top Picks and over 1200 over queer films, go to queerguru.com. 

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