Queerguru’s Ris Fatah reviews CASA SUSANNA a compelling documentary about a secret haven for trans men & women in the 1960s

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    Casa Susanna is a compelling documentary about a group of cross-dressing men/trans women in early 1960s America. Acclaimed French screenwriter/director Sebastien Lifshitz opens up a world few of us would know about had it not been for a set of photographs found at a New York flea market in 2004. The early 1960s … Continue reading

Is this film KING CHARLES III really the monarch’s future story, or purely the figment of Mike Bartlett’s imagination?

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    As the stories of King Charles III and his 2nd wife’s Coronation  show no signs of abating we thought we’d share a fabulous one that is a figment of someone’s wild imagination (or is it?)   A new film predicts the reign of King Charles will inspire a sex scandal, violent protests, and Princess … Continue reading

American Ballet Theatre principal dancer and choreographer James Whiteside now tries his hand at filmmaking

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  One of the new films that is part of the 2023 installment of the “ALL ARTS Artist in Residence Is by James Whiteside the superstar  dancer/choreographer of  New York’s American Ballet Theatre.  This multi-talented artist has co-directed his debut silent modern film DAYTRIPPER with Kylie Juggert. It’s a love story set on the sandy beaches … Continue reading

Queerguru reviews NOLLY: the story of the once undisputed Queen of British Soaps

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  Although Russell T Davies’s new mini-series NOLLY is about a  quintessential British TV soap opera from the 1970s it is essential viewing for anyone who loves the melodramas that go on behind the scenes. Davies, responsible for such groundbreaking series as Queer as Folk and It’s a Sin. shows a genuine affection for both … Continue reading

PBS to air the Metropolitan Opera’s ” achingly — almost painfully — pretty, relentlessly stirring opera” THE HOURS

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  Michael Cunningham.’s  Pulitzer Prize for Fiction,  novel The Hour was made into an Oscar-winning 2002 film of the same name starring Nicole Kidman, Meryl Streep and Julianne Moore.    now it has been adapted into an Opera. Pulitzer Prize-winning composer Kevin Puts The Hours  was written for Renée Fleming to make her highly anticipated return to the Met Inspired by … Continue reading

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