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The Queen’s New Clothes : the tale of a talented designer the world should know about

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This entertaining wee film is of a fantasy world of the traditional world of debutantes that will be completely alien to anyone outside of this part of rural East Texas . It focuses on the annual Rose Festival in Tyler when the local community lavish much of its wealth on one extravagent festival.  It makes … Continue reading



#FiveFilmsForFreedom : 5 fab queer shorts to view now for FREE

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  There has never been a more important time for the BFI Flare & British Council annual joint project #FiveFilmsForFreedom .  It is a global, online short film program in support of LGBTIQ+ (lesbian, gay, bisexual, transgender, intersex, queer) rights. It is an opportunity  for audiences everywhere to watch the five films  online and FREE  … Continue reading



Are We Lost Forever : the demise of a relationship

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  Swedish Filmmaker David Färdmar‘s debut feature film,  an excellent queer romance, is an adaption of his short film ]No More We'( available to view on www.dekkoo.com) .  Using the same two very talented lead actors,  Färdmar expands the story of how this love affair turned sour. Adrian (Björn Elgerd) and Hampus (Jonathan Andersson) who … Continue reading



My Father Marianne : a father daughter relationship with a difference

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  Swedish filmmaker Mårten Klingberg’s drama makes the act of transitioning for a 60 year old priest, married father of two,  seem like a walk in the park even in this sleepy country town where the biggest event to happen is the Annual Potato Festival.   Klingberg who adapted his story from a memoir but … Continue reading



You Don’t Nomi’ : The Showgirls Documentary 

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  As the four corners of your coronavirus cell room draw ever closer Queerguru is here for those of you who are thirsting for fresh streams. This documentary ‘You Don’t Nomi’ has a double potential as it’s about a movie that we haven’t seen. If it inspires us to see the movie then we get … Continue reading



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