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Queerguru’s Ris Fatah reviews COALESCE a realistic look at contemporary life for the young in today’s Cambodia

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  Cambodia is a very fast developing country in total mutation. After the devastating civil war in the 1970s, Cambodia – located between Thailand and Vietnam – has now experienced rapid and sustained economic growth for 20 years (more than 7% pa on average since 2000). This growth mainly benefits urban areas, causing an exodus … Continue reading



A Royal Secret : the real-life story of when the King of Sweden fell in love with a man

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  You may have to keep pinching yourself that this very intriguing TV mini-series is based on a true story as there are times when it simply belies belief.  It’s the stuff of fairy tales when a King falls in love with a commoner although it’s usually with a member of the opposite sex, unlike … Continue reading




Baloney : the story of a struggling boy burlesque/stripper group

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  According to the English dictionary,  the meaning of ‘baloney’ is nonsense.  And that is what this directing debut of filmmaker Joshua Guerci really is : harmless nonsense.  It’s a documentary of the ‘Gay All-Male Group’  (that includes a woman and a straight man) in San Francisco who are struggling pre-covid to find bigger audiences … Continue reading



Boys On Film Shorts Vol.22 : LOVE TO LOVE YOU

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    Peccadillo Pictures have just released the 22nd volume of its highly popular Boys On Film short films collection. This critically acclaimed series – now established as a leading showcase for new and emerging queer filmmaking talent from around the world – features a fresh and exciting selection of the very best contemporary gay short … Continue reading



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