God’s Own Country : a sneak preview

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God’s Own Country a breakout hit at both Sundance and Berlinale Film Festivals (where it was nominated for a Teddy for Best Queer Feature) is a remarkable debut from openly gay Brit writer/director Frances Lee, and unquestionably one of best queer love stories for a very long time.  Set in the wilds of Yorkshire (hence … Continue reading

HILLARY a new doc on The Woman Who Won The Presidency

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  Bored rigid by the seemingly interminable Democratic campaigns, and too enraged at the outrageous way that the current incumbent of the White House is hell-bent on destroying life as we know it, then HULU may have the answer for you. They have just released the very first trailer for a brand new documentary simply … Continue reading

How To Talk To Girls At Parties

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  We always get excited in the queerguru office about any new movie from queer innovative filmmaker John Cameron Mitchell whose resume to date includes Hedwig and the Angry Inch, and the very explicit Shortbus. How To Talk To Girls at Parties is billed as a science fiction romantic comedy film written by Philippa Goslett and Cameron Mitchell and is … Continue reading

Love amongst the literary lesbians in Vita & Virginia @ BFI Flare

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  BFI Flare: London LGBTQ+ Film Festival has just announced that they will open this year’s festival with the UK premiere of Chanya Button’s VITA & VIRGINIA. The movie is adapted from adapted from Dame Eileen Atkins’ award winning play of the same name, the film tells the true story of the passionate relationship between … Continue reading

Love Simon one of the most highly anticipated LGBT movies of 2018

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  20th Century Fox has just released the first official trailer of one of the most highly anticipated LGBT movies of 2018.  Love Simon is a wonderful heartwarming coming-of-age tale about 17-year-old Simon Spier who has yet to tell his family or friends he’s gay and he doesn’t actually know the identity of the anonymous classmate he’s fallen … Continue reading

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