Queerguru’s TOP PICK OF MUST SEE MOVIES at TRANSlation Film Festival

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TRANSlations one of the most important trailblazing Film Festivals around the globe kicks off in Seattle today. Now in its 18th year, the Festival is dedicated to showcasing films by, for, and about trans, non-binary, and gender non-conforming people.   This year more than ever with the Trans Community under constant attack, we really need … Continue reading

Queerguru’s TOP PICKS OF MUST SEE FILMS at Miami’s OUTshine Film Fest

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  It’s time to OUTSHINE again. QUEERGURU has a very soft spot for The Miami Gay & Lesbian Film Fest as not only is this our winter hometown, but also it started in 1998 the same year our Brit Editor-In-Chief landed in Miami Beach for the very first time some 25 years ago. The festival … Continue reading

Queerguru’s TOP PICKS OF MUST SEE MOVIES @ image-nation LGBT2SQ+ film festival

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  So Queeguru is leaving the wintery climes of Massachusetts today to head North to the even lower temperatures of Montreal. But nevertheless, we are very excited.  Our destination is Montreal and to image+nation, Canada’s premiere LGBT2SQ+ film festival which is celebrating its 35th Edition  BUT this will be our first time……  and it’s a … Continue reading

ATLANTA BLACK PRIDE launches its first ever Film FestIval Weekend

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  The first ever Atlanta Black Pride Weekend Film Festival will be launched this  Saturday, September 3 at IPIC Theaters in Midtown.. The all-day festival will feature independent LGBTQIA+ films submitted via iElevate+ TV (all-new streaming app created, designed and developed to tell Black LGBTQ+ stories).  There will be a screening of Des Gray’s critically … Continue reading

Queerguru’s pick of MUST SEE FILMS at Reel Affirmations Film Fest in Washington DC

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    Reel Affirmations, Washington DC’s annual  LGBTQ+ Film Festival is by The DC Center, a nonprofit organization offering several different programs to the local LGBTQ community.  The Fest was established in 1981  and has been through a few major changes and reincarnations since then, but is still recognized as one of the largest queer … Continue reading

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