ON A CLEAR DAY YOU CAN SEE FROM OAXACA TO FINLANDIA… The movie opens with the image of a boy listening to a conch shell that reminded me of the portrait of Edouard Boubat and also Nina Ricci´s Farouche perfume from 1973. After the boy´s poetic image we see a sequence of tragedies … Continue reading
t’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. The festival reflects the large local … Continue reading
Watching Todrick Hall perform can frankly be exhausting. We hasten to add, in a good way that is. 35-year-old Hall has evidently never lacked ambition leapfrogging from a gig as a performer at a Disney Theme Park in Orlando to becoming a semi-finalist on TV’s American Idol, before turning into a highly successful You … Continue reading
OUTshine Film Festival, Miami’s own #LGBTQ Festival comes of age this year with its 21st Edition and Queerguru has checked out its eclectic program that covers almost all the LGBTQ spectrum to select our TOP TEN PICKS
queerguru caught up with Emmy Award winning producer and director Josh Howard at Miami’s OUTShine Film Festival just before the screening of his new movie. The Lavender Scare is the first documentary film to tell the little-known story of an unrelenting campaign by the federal government to identify and fire all employees suspected of being homosexual. As we wanted to know more about the worst witchhunt in our community’s history we sat down with John (in a very noisy Regal cinema) to get his take on it all.