The reason that so many gay men loathed the ill-conceived BOHEMIAN RHAPSODY that somehow managed to be both a box 0ffice smach and a unmitigated critical disaster, was because of the cack handed attempt to whitewash Freddie Mercury’s personal life. The whole movie had been micro-managed by the remaining members of Queen who wanted … Continue reading
Goodbye Norma Jeane ☆☆☆☆☆ Above the Stag Marilyn Monroe (born Norma Jeane Mortenson) died of an overdose on 5th August 1962 in Los Angeles at the age of 36 and this astonishing production is set during that torrid summer’s day. Jack Cole (played by Tim English) wakes up to this news on his sofa … Continue reading
Australian qenderqueer filmmaker JORDAN BYRON spent 5 years in the Middle East documenting the lives of local queer people whose sexuality was causing both them and their families to be shunned and physically harmed. Their powerful & thought provoking film is having its US Premiere at Wicked Queer: The Boston LGBT Film Festival very soon .
We called Jordan in Kabul, Afghanistan via Skype to film this interview to talk about the film and how all the films subjects were fairing
P.S, You can read Queerguru’s review of the film HERE
Mrs Madrigal is finally back. The groundbreaking TV series based on Armistead Maupin’s iconic book/s Tales Of The City is being wonderfully revived by Netflix. It is a brand new production but the powers that be had the good sense to recast Academy Award winning actress Olympia Dukakis back as the matriarch of Barbary … Continue reading