Sister Aimee : The Disappearance of the US’s most famous religious charlatan.

Sister  Aimee is a bonky film about an even bonkier character Aimee Semple McPherson whose story is too ridiculous to be real. In fact filmmakers Samantha Buck and Marie Schlingmann make a point of telling us that only 5.5% of their film is true and the rest is pure (and slightly warped) imagination. They focus … Continue reading

Six Characters In Search Of A Play : the work of Del Shores wickedly funny imagination

  Queer writer/performer DEL SHORES is the comic genius who created classic gay plays/films such as Sordid Lives and Southern Baptist Sissies that made us all re-think about what it’s like to be queer in the Deep South.  It wasn’t just Brother Boy that gave Leslie Jordan the best role of his career, it was … Continue reading

Six Dance Lessons in Six Weeks

Thirty-something-year-old ex Broadway chorus boy Michael has run out of options and is down on his luck and the only job he can get is teaching old ladies to dance.  There are plenty of them here in sunny Florida and all of them are looking for ways to pass their time in their twilight years. … Continue reading

Small Talk

Small Talk is one of those compelling documentaries that demand patience from the viewer in the same manner that Hui-chen Huang the filmmaker had to exercise in getting her mother ……the subject of the film ….to open up about her life. Their share a home together in Taiwan, and although the presence Huang’s very young child … Continue reading

Snails In The Rain

Every day on his way to University, linguistics student Boaz stops at the Post Office to check his mailbox to see if there is a letter telling him he has been awarded a Scholarship to continue his studies in Jerusalem. One day however, inside the box he finds a letter he has not been expecting, … Continue reading

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