Queerguru’s Ris Fatah reviewed #LookAtMe : when a Singaporean YouTuber publicly defends his gay twin all hell lets loose

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  #LookAtMe is the latest film by Singaporean film director Ken Kwek. Inspired by similar real-life events, Kwek explores the effects Singapore’s anti-gay laws, discrimination, surveillance, and human rights issues have on a mother and her two sons.  Sean and Ricky Mazuki (both played by Yao) are twins in their late teens who live with … Continue reading

Queerguru’s Picks of MUST SEE MOVIES at OUTshine Film Fest, Ft Lauderdale

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  OUTshine Film Festival in Fort Lauderdale is the younger sibling of the Miami Edition, and this is its 15th Edition.  Like most of South Florida, the city is very diverse and that’s reflected in the very compelling program that appeals to not only everyone on the LGBTQ+ spectrum, but also the Latino and Hispanic … Continue reading

Queerguru’s Ris Fatah reviews HORSEPLAY: what happens when 10 handsome young men houseshare one summer

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  Los Agitadores (Horseplay) is the latest film from queer Argentinian director Marco Berger (The Blonde One, Taekwondo, Absent). A group of ten handsome, fit young male friends in their mid-20s share a smart villa in the Argentine countryside for a few days over Christmas and New Year. The men know each other well and … Continue reading

Queerguru’s David Lagachu reviews LONESOME an Australian queer love story refreshingly told with sex-positivity

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  The opening scene of Lonesome resembles a Hollywood Western as our protagonist Casey (Josh Lavery) keeps pace with the sun while running away from his reality. He dons a cowboy hat and the classic blue jeans and white T-shirt combo that immediately endow him with an eye-candy-cum-rebellious persona. His face has the sharpness as … Continue reading

Queerguru’s Ris Fatah reviews Bo McGuire’s debut feature documentary SOCKS ON FIRE

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  Socks on Fire is poet Bo McGuire’s debut feature documentary about his family in rural Hokes Bluff, Alabama. The film won Best Documentary Feature at the 2020 Tribeca Film Festival. The main storyline is the feud between one of his aunts, the homophobic Sharon, and his Uncle John, a flamboyant drag queen, over the … Continue reading

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