Gasping for Gaga for her performance that has real Oscar potential

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  As we suffer from S.A.D.(Seasonal Affective Disorder) we never look forward to the cold weather that Fall ushers in, but we have just found something that will warm the cockles of our hearts and so much more.  Move over La Streisand, as Lady Gaga is about to give us the definite revival of the classic Hollywood … Continue reading



Is SORRY ANGEL the French AIDS drama at Cannes finally a film from Christophe Honoré that is as good as the hype?

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  We must confess that Christophe Honoré is hardly one of our favorite French queer filmmakers.  His work always comes with great fanfares but he so often fails to deliver on the promises he makes, however, the buzz from the Cannes Film Festival is that finally, he has made a movie that actually deserves all the attention … Continue reading



McQueen : the highly anticipated documentary

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  Here’s the first look at Ian Bonhôte’s highly anticipated documentary about the life of Alexander McQueen. This profile traces the late legend’s life from his East End upbringing to Saville Row before landing at the head of his own illustrious fashion house. It’s hard to believe that is has been eight years since the … Continue reading



New documentary on talented but tortured WHITNEY HOUSTON

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  Hot on the heels of Nick Broomfield’s doc Whitney Can I Be Me which debuted on Showtime TV last summer, comes yet another profile of Whitney Houston,  the talented but troubled singer.    Simply called Whitney and directed by Oscar-winning filmmaker Kevin MacDonald, who previously helmed Marley, this is an attempt to unravel the mystery behind “The Voice,” … Continue reading



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