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ASK ANY BUDDY : a compilation of gay porn from the 60’s to the 80″s

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  Usually when we come across documentaries that cover an aspect of gay history they  are about the evolution of our community.  Or possibly a profile of a iconic queer who has furthered the cause for equal rights, or was an out-performer who made their mark entertaining us  ASK ANY BUDDY is about none of … Continue reading



GAY LIFE in London in the 1930″s

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In a ground breaking piece of Television in the 1980’s British/South African TV Producer Michael Atwell’s GAY LIFE documentary looks back at what it was like to be a gay man in the 1930’s in London. His guide is Clifford Skinner and his friend Benny who takes Atwell round all the infamous haunts where gay … Continue reading



Love Me Like You Should : a mini doc on queer icon SYLVESTER

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  Why there has never been a feature documentary on the legendary queer Icon SYLVESTER is still a mystery to us. At least this 15 min. short  “Love Me Like You Should: The Brave and Bold Sylvester, released this week by Amazon Music to mark PRIDE is a very worthy filler. From San Francisco filmmaker … Continue reading



AUNT CHARLIES the last drag bar in San Francisco’s Tenderloin has been saved

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  Thanks to a tenacious devoted group of fundraisers, AUNT CHARLIES the last drag bar in San Francisco’s Tenderloin has been saved and lives to fight another day. This  historical landmark, and a symbol of the city’s vital queer and trans culture closed its doors in March due to COVID-19 and because its owner William … Continue reading



The First Gay Parade : San Francisco 1971

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  This excellent unique  slice of queer history is a film of the very first Gay Parade in San Francisco in 1970. Made by the artist, opera designer and independent filmmaker Ronald Chase,it was believed to have been lost for almost 50 years.  Not only has it be found but it is just about to … Continue reading



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