Monday, May 15th, 2023

TAYLOR MAC’S 24-DECADE HISTORY OF POPULAR MUSIC is probably the most outrageous film that YOU MUST SEE

Its that time again and for their 25th Anniversary the PROVINCETOWN FILM FESTIVAL has upped the anti of the QUEER content on their program. Queerguru has had the sheer delight  viewing some of best of them in our coverage of LGBTQ+ Film Fests around the globe this year.  We have very firm favorite’s like Andrew Durham’s excellent heartbreaking FAIRYLAND  and Corey Sherman’s charming coming-of-age dranedy  BIG BOYS  …… both of them are  filmmakers directing debuts and who we got to interview them already 

We have the  QUEERGURU Team going through the entire program, so, as usual, we can give you  our list of MUST-SEE Queer Movies very soon.  One movie that we know for sure will be on the list (and that we are overly excited about) is TAYLOR MAC’S 24-DECADE HISTORY OF POPULAR MUSIC.   The legendary performance artist …..one of the very best of his generation … is also an actor, playwright, director, producer, and singer-songwriter who has collected a long list awards …. including being the recipient of a “Genius Grant” from the John D. and Catherine T. MacArthur Foundation

His new riotous concert film documents  Taylor Mac’s joyous, challenging, and ostentatiously queer 24-hour musical performance. Directed by married gay Academy Award winning filmmaking duo Rob Epstein and Jeffrey Friedman (The Times of Harvey MIlk, The Celluloid Closet,) who were last at the PTown Film Fest with State of Pride 

PS. the Fest will be screening Part 1 of the film NOT the whole 24 hours ……which we personally is a pity 


Posted by queerguru  at  20:33

Genres:  documentary, down right weird

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