Queerguru reviews Amrou Al-Kahdi stunning debut queer feature film LAYLA that premiered at Sundance Film Fest

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    When Queerguru interviewed out and proud queer Iraqi drag queen/activist/writer/actor/journalist Amrou Al-Kahdi in 2017 it was obvious to us that our paths would cross again.  Based in London at the time they were known as Glamrou and the founder and star of Denim the drag superstar group, and managed to make short films … Continue reading

Queerguru’s Ris Fatah reviews the World Premiere of Mikko Måkelå ‘s SEBASTIAN at Sundance Film Festival

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  Writers are always advised to ‘Write about what you know.’ Aspiring twenty-five-year-old Scottish writer Max, (the handsome Ruaridh Mollica), is living in London and working on his first novel, a story about a sex-worker, Sebastian. He’s good-looking and ambitious, energetically forging his career and soul. To improve the authenticity of his work he creates … Continue reading

Kristin Stewart shakes off regal mantle of Princess Diana to play a lesbian bodybuilder in a new thriller LOVES LIES BLEEDING

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      Everybody’s favorite out-gay actress Kristen Stewart won over our hearts …… and nominations for an Academy Award, Golden Globe, and Critics Pick Award for her portrayal of Diana, Princess of Wales in Pablo Larraín‘s biopic Spencer. Two years later she is back in a totally different role in the sexy and dark lesbian … Continue reading

‘UNDER G-D’ had its World Premiere at Sundance to mark the 50th Anniversary of Roe Vs Wade

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    Yesterday Sunday 20th Jan was the 50th Anniversary of the Landmark U.S. Supreme Court Decision ROE vs WADE.  At the Sundance Film Festival, they marked it with the World Premiere of a new short film UNDER G-D. This documentary by filmmaker Paula Eiselt was Inspired by the lawsuits filed in Florida challenging the … Continue reading

Dakota Johnson Brings it in Tig Notaro’s “Am I OK?” by Queerguru’s Janet Prolman @Sundance

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  I’ve just returned from Park City, Utah, and my first Sundance experience (virtual, of course), and I have good news to share. Tig Notaro and her wife, Stephanie Allynne, have co-directed a female buddy “rom-com” for our times. They have elicited strong performances, most notably from Dakota Johnson as the lead character, Lucy, a … Continue reading

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