fbpx

Queerguru reviews FIRE F-CKING FIRE a short queer story to raise the anxiety level of any single gay man or woman

Posted on Categories queertiquesLabels , , , , , , , Leave a comment on Queerguru reviews FIRE F-CKING FIRE a short queer story to raise the anxiety level of any single gay man or woman

  One of the best (but scary) shorts screened at Tribeca this year was ‘Fire F*cking Fire’ from non-binary filmmakers Julia Eringer and Rachel Paulson (who also starred in it).  Its not a horror tale in the conventional sense but one where the dream of a lifetime quickly turns into a nightmare. When Ally  (Rachel … Continue reading



Queerguru’s Janet Prolman reviews ALL SHALL BE WELL a new very moving lesbian drama from Ray Yeung

Posted on Categories queertiquesLabels , , , , , , Leave a comment on Queerguru’s Janet Prolman reviews ALL SHALL BE WELL a new very moving lesbian drama from Ray Yeung

    “All Shall Be Well “is a new lesbian drama from Hong Kong director Ray Yeung that is moving and beautifully made. It opens with a scene from the everyday life of two women, shopping at street markets and then unloading the food at home. We intuit that they might be lovers, especially as … Continue reading



Queerguru reviews RIPE a refreshing queer coming-out-story from filmmaking duo TUSK that premiered at Tribeca

Posted on Categories queertiquesLabels , , , , , , Leave a comment on Queerguru reviews RIPE a refreshing queer coming-out-story from filmmaking duo TUSK that premiered at Tribeca

  The Tribeca Film Festival is not just a launching pad for a whole spectrum of the best new independent feature movies, but it also premieres an impressive array of short films too.  Ripe is one such case.  Made by a queer duo of filmmakers known as Tusk, its a charming coming out-story that happens … Continue reading



Two unmissable World Premieres at TRIBECA 2024 about the lives of queer women

Posted on Categories queertiquesLabels , , , , , ,

    Having their World Premieres at the 2024 edition of the Tribeca Film Festival are two movies about queer women you will not want to miss.   First comes RIPE from directing duo Kerry Furrh and Olivia Mitchell, set in rural Spain, it follows a tumultuous summer romance between an American and a Catalan teen. … Continue reading



London’s Southwark Playhouse presents SAPPHO a thrilling (lesbian) fairy tale of mythic proportions

Posted on Categories queermatterLabels , , , , , ,

  Sappho was an Archaic Greek poet from the island of Lesbos. and is known for her lyric poetry, written to be sung while accompanied by music. In ancient times, Sappho was widely regarded as one of the greatest lyric poets and was given names such as the “Tenth Muse” and “The Poetess”. Most of Sappho’s poetry is now lost, and … Continue reading



Follow queerguru

Search This Blog


View queermatter By:

Newsletter