In 1993, a group of queer Sydney filmmakers, students, and supporters approached Sydney Gay and Lesbian Mardi Gras to establish an independent organization whose focus would be queer film and screen culture. This organization was Queer Screen. (One of those pioneer filmmakers was Stephen Cummins who died in 1994, and now is … Continue reading
Actor turned writer/director Todd Flaherty’s debut feature film CHRISSY JUDY, a really delightful queer dark comedy that explores the universal pain of breaking up with your best friends and questions, that had its World Premiere in #PTown has now been selected as the Closing Night Gala Out On Film . Queerguru caught up with him to discover, amongst other things, what that buzz is all about, and how biographical this film really is …….
P.S. You can read Queerguru’s full review of Chrissy Judy HERE
Chrissy Judy takes a poignant dive into what our friendships do for us – in particular those that involve our queer chosen families. Chrissy (Wyatt Fenner) and Judy (Todd Flaherty) are best friends and have been performing drag together for a while, mostly to rather disinterested audiences in New York City and Fire Island. … Continue reading