Problemista is a surreal adventure the debut feature from El Salvadorian queer writer/director Julio Torres

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    Any movie starring Tilda Swinton automatically goes on Queerguru’s ‘must-see list’ and her latest one Problemisto looks totally fab.  It’s the debut feature of director Julio Torres the queer Salvadoran writer, comedian, and actor best known for Saturday Night Live.  Torres also stars in the movie as Alejandro an aspiring toy designer from … Continue reading

Queerguru’s Andrew Hebden reviews “Triangle of Sadness” a funny & surreal satire at London Film Festival

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If, by some random cataclysm (or Mondays as we now call them), you only got to see the first three scenes of the satire Triangle of Sadness you would still have rarely seen a more finely observed depiction of how money and status wreak havoc in our culture. The rest of this funny and occasionally … Continue reading

The Luncheon : an exploration of space, time and matter over lunch

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  This rather surreal wee film THE LUNCHEON is the perfect distraction for everyone self-quarantined.  Totally abstract, quirky, hilarious, challenging and very mesmerizing, this piece  by Luis Amália and Kace Monney will intrigue you sufficiently to want to watch it over and over again.  And want to know more. In their own words The(a) Company … Continue reading

The Ornithologist

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You really need to brush up your knowledge of the Portuguese Saint Anthony of Padua to appreciate writer/director João Pedro Rodrigues’s very queer take on the legend of his life. It is both surreal and provocative and demands a great deal of of patience from its audience when it strays off on confusing tangents.  Fernando (Paul … Continue reading

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