As part of the celebrations of the 40th Anniversary of the Sydney Gay and Lesbian Mardi Gras, NITV an Australian TV Channel commissioned filmmaker Adrian Russell Wills to make Black Divaz. This totally exhilarating hour-long documentary followed six rather fabulous indigenous Drag Queens as they assembled to take part in the very first Miss First Nations Drag Queen competition. This … Continue reading
Listen to the 9 fab Christmas Drag Queens : Jinkx Monsoon, Sharon Needles, Phi Phi O’Hara, Jiggly Caliente, Manila Luzon, Thorgy Thor, Ivy Winters, Ginger Minj, Peppermint join together with the hot CheapUndies boys: Giancarlo Annitto and Michael Silas with their take on the Holiday classic Let It Snow.
NY photographer and director Gregory Kramer’s stunning new book DRAGS is a photo series documenting some of the city’s leading drag queens and drag kings. Kramer’s images of legends (and some future legends) are presented in the style of classic fashion portraiture in glamours black and white full length studio portraits. Kramer said he … Continue reading
The writer/director David France has followed his first excellent feature documentary the Oscar nominated How To Survive a Plague with another look back at an often forgotten part of LGBT history. It is the story of Marsha P Johnson a veteran drag queen and gay liberation activist who suddenly was mysteriously found dead not long … Continue reading
When Richard Bryon’s mother turns up to take him home with her and her new husband to their house in Balmain a working class suburb of Sydney Australia she puts on her act of being the world’s best parent even though she had abandoned him with his ‘Aunt Hazel’ for the past 10 years. John, … Continue reading