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Getting It : when misery meets depression are they a love-match?

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  Getting It is one of those slightly old-fashioned queer movies that maybe lacking in budget which it substitutes with as much enthusiasm as it can possibly muster.  Mainly coming from Tom Heard in his debut feature film as  writer/director/producer/star.  He plays Jamie a self-absorbed and somewhat embittered middle-aged gay man stuck in a miserable … Continue reading



Queerguru’s ANDREW HEBDEN raves about Francis Lee’s AMMONITE

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  It is time to rename the London Film Festival the Lesbian Film Festival because once again our favourite movie of the series was all about the women. Last year it was the skin clawing religious creeper Saint Maud and the ode to life long love of the Two of Us. This year it’s the … Continue reading



A pair of real NY Fashion Stars who’s lights are now dimmed

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  It’s so wrong to have regrets in life and we didn’t think we had any until this morning.  There in our inbox from one of favorite Queerguru followers was a New Yorker documentary about an amazing couple of extreme fashion devotees who had being running this Vintage Fashion Store. If it were not the … Continue reading



Iris Prize Film Festival is HERE

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  Now in its 14th year, Iris Prize celebrates LGBT+ film all year round, including an international queer film festival in Cardiff, Wales each October. Iris Prize LGBT+ Film Festival is home of the prestigious Iris Prize £30,000 film award, the world’s largest short queer  film prize.   Some winners use this money to fund their … Continue reading



WAY OUT WEST : our Picks Of The Fest

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  This week sees the kick-off of the 18th Edition of WAY OUT WEST  (formerly the Southwest Gay and Lesbian Film Festival).  it has packed schedule of queer cinematic delights starting with Israeli filmmaker Eyton Fox’s  first movie in English the delightful rom-com SUBLET. The Fest produced by CLOSET CINEMA an Albuquerque based nonprofit organization, … Continue reading



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