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Queerguru’s Ris Fatah reviews “How To Save A Dead Friend” about Marusya, 16, who has decided this will be her year to die.

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  How to Save a Dead Friend is Marusya Syroechkovskaya’s compelling documentary about young love for a lost generation in Putin’s grim Russia. Filmed by herself and her partner Kimi over a twelve-year period, we follow the couple as they deal with the severe challenges affecting them and their network of friends which include suicide, … Continue reading



Queerguru’s José Mayorga gives a Guatemalan take on the new excellent new Irish doc “How To Tell A Secret”

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WHEN LIVING WITH HIV IS A BLESSING IN DISGUISE In present-day Ireland, many people are silent about their HIV status because society has silenced them,  not only in Ireland, but in Guatemala and other countries, there is no education on the subject, and silence reigns, not to mention vulnerable points along the medicine supply chain … Continue reading



Queerguru reviews ‘HOW TO TELL A SECRET’ how millennials deal with HIV in a contemporary Ireland

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  Over the past few years, QUEERGURU has sat through and reviewed 40 feature films that touch on HIV and/or AIDS.  The pandemic of the 1980s and 1990s totally devastated the LGBTQ+ community and became the single largest factor in reshaping our future.  As a queer media that prides itself in its mission to ensure … Continue reading



Queerguru’s José Mayorga reviews the re-released ‘Dressed in Blue (Vestida de Azul)’ a landmark transgender film from 1983

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  The opening nighttime scene presents people walking at Jorge Manrique Street in Madrid, and for a moment you may recall  Rome and Federico Fellini´s masterpiece  Nights of Cabiria, but in a matter of seconds, the women in fur coats scream and run away quickly, the police is coming for them in a raid against … Continue reading



Run For More : the compelling documentary about a charismatic Texan transgender woman and her fight ‘for a seat at the table’

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  So many of us in the LGBTQ+ community have such traumatic experiences when we ‘come out’ that it can have such an adverse effect on our future behavior in society.  Even more for those that are the ‘T’ part of the equation.  However not so for Frankie Gonzales-Wolfe a transgender woman in Texas who … Continue reading



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