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See You Soon : a queer love story

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  Queer filmmaker Tyler Rabinowitz’s latest short film a wee heart-wrenching drama about young love that was made before the COVID lockdown.  However this story about the pain of separation  between the two lovers reminds us of the toil the current pandemic  is taking on long-distance relationships. See You Soon stars two very talented actors … Continue reading



Present Still Perfect : a queer Thai love story

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  Only recently we shared  the announcement that  GagaOOLala  the largest queer Asian streaming service has now gone global making it the first  and only queer Asian video-on-demand service in the world . (http://www.queerguru.com/the-first-global-queer-asian-video-on-demand-service-is-launched/) Now hot on the heels of that Queerguru has just received two movies from new-wave Thai filmmaker  Aam Anusorn Soisa-ngim : … Continue reading



Fairytale : a delightful Italian queer absurdist comedy

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This delightfully eccentric queer Italian comedy is from married couple  writer Sebastiano Mauri making his directing debut and starring his husband and co-writer Filippo TImi.   Fairytale is adapted from a theatrical production of the same name which Timi also wrote and starred in and which premièred in 2011 to great acclaim. This last point is … Continue reading



Top 3: Animated romcom is radically mainstreaming

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And so we come to the closing movie of the Fringe! Queer Film and Arts Fest 2019 with a seemingly odd choice that is radically hetero normcore. And we like it. There is absolutely nothing queer about Top 3, other than it is a romantic comedy between two men. A lot of the output of … Continue reading



Bittersweet Waters : Being in love & true to oneself in rural Mexico

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  Chicago based Jesús Canchola Sánchez’s  hauntingly beautiful film is one of the most impressive  LGBTQ feature film debuts we have seen in a very long time.. Most of the credit goes to Sánchez who not only wrote and directed it, but he also produced  and starred in it too. As the title hints, this … Continue reading



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