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Queerguru’s Janet Prolman reviews ANAIS IN LOVE a delightful new queer French rom-com

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  “Anais in Love” is a delightful new French rom-com, written and directed by a woman (Charline Bourgeois-Tacquet), which premiered at Cannes in 2021. The film does take a bit of patience. Not because its pace is slow (au contraire), but because its pace is fast. Anais (Anaïs Demoustier) is a 30-year-old who literally does … Continue reading



Queerguru’s Richard Gilles film review reveals that this was NOT Nicolas Maury’s Best Part

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  Queer actor and filmmaker Nicolas Maury was discovered internationally thanks to his role as an extroverted assistant in Call My Agent, the infamous series based in Paris about actors’  frantic agents. My Best Part is his directorial debut and he also plays the main lead, an openly gay, oversensitive, troubled actor reaching his 40s, … Continue reading



ROMAIN BERGER : Every Picture Tells A Story

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  Queer  French photographer ROMAIN BERGER  is QUEERGURU”S latest (and favorite) discovery  …… although if the truth be told it was he who found us first!  We immediately fell in love with his portfolio of extraordinarily wonderful work,  especially his series of Tableau images: every picture tells a story.   The 33-year-old lives in Rennes, the … Continue reading



Queerguru’s José Mayorga reviews the French queer drama ‘ DON’T LOOK DOWN’

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  In one night full of intriguing glances in a very small apartment with a glorious of Paris, four gay men and a woman get along and learn a little of each other while. Their being together has a specific purpose and one that bounds them all. The viewer gets hints by some action off-camera, since … Continue reading



The Divine Josephine : a queer star and hero gets a final Honor

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  France is finally awarding the American-born cabaret dancer, French World War II spy, and civil rights activist JOSEPHINE BAKER an honor she so deserves.   She will be the first Black woman to be awarded a place in the  Pantheon monument overlooking the Left Bank of Paris. the final resting place of France’s most revered … Continue reading



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