The celebrated 78-year-old playwright Terrence McNally has enjoyed such a packed life with his roller-coaster career and a love life that itself could be the stuff that dramas are made off, so it was a tough challenge for filmmaker Jeff Kaufman to squeeze it all into 90 so minutes the length of his new profile. The end result is … Continue reading
Even though Tom of Finland’s homoerotic art of beefed up masculine men is known and loved by almost the entire global LGBT community, very little is known about them man who created them. That is all about to change with the arrival of new film from award-winning Finnish filmmaker Dome Karukoski that tells the … Continue reading
Olympic Diving Champion Greg Louganis has never stopped making a splash all his life and in recent years it has been as an outstanding LGBT activist and an exemplary HIV awareness advocate for which Equality Florida have given him their highest honor THE VOICE FOR EQUALITY AWARD. We tracked him down to his home in California to talk about this …. and love and life too. He is a disarmingly charming man, but most of all he is an American Hero.
“The Equality Florida Broward gala where Greg will be accepting his Award takes place on Sunday, November 12. Click here for tickets and information.” http://www.eqfl.org/browardgala
Filmmaker Sophie Fiennes (sister of actors Ralph and Joseph) has seemingly done the impossible and got the tempestuous 69 year old GRACE JONES to co-operate in making a documentary of her life. Fiennes spent 5 years with Jones in order to craft her documentary and told DEADLINE “This film began in a collaborative creative spirit,” she … Continue reading
The 9 time Emmy Award Winner legendary Costume Designer BOB MACKIE refuses to stop working. And why should he when he is still very much in demand? His newest project just announced is a truly inspired idea from some Broadway Producers who have commissioned Bob to design the costumes for a revival of the iconic gay cult classic show ‘Howard Crabtree’s When The Pigs Fly’.
This is a musical review that first opened in 1996 and was based on Howard Crabtree’s own life when his school counsellor made fun of his ambitions of wanting to be something they considered so frivolous as a costume designer. Bob confessed to us that this was similar scenario his own when he was a youth.
The show that actually revolved around the costumes, was a major success and won awards, but sadly something not witnessed by Howard who died of complications from AIDS just before it’s first night.
Bob knows all about winning awards as he picked up yet another one earlier this year: the Hollywood Beauty Award for Outstanding Achievement in Costume Design & Styling but we spent most of our conversation talking about his very colorful life extravagantly dressing some extraordinary women which is still doing decades later after he got his first big break with the celebrated Hollywood designer Edith Head.
Bob was in P Town to see his good friend the jazz singer Marilyn Maye perform and also to take in the magic of this town at the tip of Cape Cod which, as it possesses more Cher impersonators per square mile then probably any other city in the world, is always especially pleased to see him.