Kokomo City and celebrating the life of Koko Da Doll @ Miami’s OUTshine Film Festival

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  What was intended as one of the best ‘welcome home’ stories at this week’s Outfest LGBTQ Film Festival in Miami has suddenly turned into a celebration of life for one of the stars of the award-winning Kokomo City. This trail-blazing documentary is the debut of  Miami local D. Smith who directed, produced, and edited it … Continue reading

Queerguru’s Ris Fatah reviews THE CELLULOID BORDELLO which analyses the history of the portrayal of Hollywood’s on-screen hookers.

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    Since the dawn of the movie industry, filmmakers have been fascinated with sex workers. From early Twentieth Century movies such as 1900s The Girl Who Went Astray, through to countless classic films from our lifetimes, such as Midnight Express, Pretty Woman and Risky Business, hookers, hustlers, call girls, rent-boys, strippers and street-walkers have been … Continue reading

Caer (Caught) is an extraordinary hybrid film about the plight of trans-Latina sex workers

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  Caer (Caught) is an extraordinary film that takes an unusual approach to highlight a very serious problem.  Australian-based filmmaker Nicola Mai’s remarkable hybrid documentary is about drawing our attention to the problematic situation facing trans-Latina sex workers in Queens NY. Mai chooses to do this by merging fiction and documentary, and this way he … Continue reading

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