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

Queerguru’s TOP PICKS OF MUST-SEE FILMS at Miami’s Outshine LGBTQ+ Film Festival

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  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

Queerguru’s pick of MUST SEE FILMS at OUTshine Film Fest in Fort Lauderdale

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  OUTshine Film Festival is about to kick off its second Fest of 2021 : the Fall is the time for Fort Lauderdale to be front and center.  It may be the ‘younger sister’ of the Miami Beach Event each spring but as they share the same management and excellent programming team it has gained … Continue reading

Queerguru’s pick of MUST SEE FILMS @ImageOut Film Festival

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  This week QUEERGURU is heading to Rochester in Upstate New York  2018 for the 29th Edition of ImageOut which is the largest LGBTQ+ Film Festival in the region.  Incidentally, they are so much more than an annual film festival as they are an organization with six programs and services.  (Check out http://www.imageout.org/ for full … Continue reading

Queerguru’s pick of MUST SEE FILMS at Iris Prize Festival in Cardiff

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  Celebrating 15 years  THE IRIS PRIZE FILM FESTIVAL in Wales glorious capital Cardiff has become a leading voice in championing LGBT+ short films, and a significant event in the British film festival calendar. The Festival is the home of the Iris Prize a stunning £30,000 film award – the world’s largest short film prize which … Continue reading

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