Queerguru’s Ris Fatah reviews ROSIE a warm-hearted Canadian tale about love in chosen families

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Rosie is a warm-hearted Canadian tale about love in chosen families. Set in 1980s Montreal, Rosie (Keris Hope Hill) is a young orphaned child who, following her mother’s death, is sent to live with her only known relative, artist Aunt Frederique (Melanie Bray). Frederique, however, lives a very chaotic, hand-to-mouth existence and can barely look … Continue reading

Queerguru’s Ris Fatah reviews the restored version of I’ve Heard The Mermaids Singing

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  I’ve Heard The Mermaids Singing is a remastered 1987 Canadian comedy-drama that is being re-released in the US this week. It was the first English-language Canadian feature film to win an award at the Cannes Film Festival, and is both a queer and indie cinema cult classic. It’s considered to be one of the … Continue reading

Queerguru reviews ON THE FRINGE OF WILD a poignant tale of young queer love

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    On The Fringe of Wild, the feature film debut of director Emma Catalfamo and writer Sorelle Doucet  is a contemporary coming-out-tale set in the outbacks of Ontario where time and rampant homophobia have seemingly stood still.  It is a very sharp reminder that even in 2021 life is still made unbearable for LGBTQ … Continue reading

Drag Heals : these Canadians put the fun back into Drag

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  If you are kind of over drag queens who take themselves way too seriously and have actually forget its all about entertaining others (!), then you’ll probably love DRAG HEALS. This very delightful and deliciously funny  Canadian TV series from Charlie David’s Border 2 Border Entertainment Group is like a breath of fresh air. … Continue reading

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