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Weirdo Nights streaming from Sundance Film Festival

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  For several years the highlights of Queerguru’s January were our annual trips to the world-famous Sundance Film Festival.  7 very long days seeing as many as 5 feature films per day and on one cinematic high and even prepared to eat junk fast food on line so we don’t miss a single frame on … Continue reading



Farewell Amor

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  Ekwa Msangi’s insightful and delicate tale of reconciliation starts at JFK airport where Walter (Ntare Guma Mbaho Mwine) waits for his wife and daughter that he hasn’t seen for 17 years.  It’s taken this amount of time for him to be able to legally get them to immigrate from his Angolan homeland.   Msangi shows … Continue reading



DISCLOSURE : Trans Lives On The Screen

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  Trans Filmmaker Sam Feder packs an awful lot of information into the 100 mins of this excellent new documentary Disclosure.  Somehow he makes it totally compelling and not the least bit stuffy, and we were shocked to discover in fact how as gay men,  we really knew so little about our brothers and sisters … Continue reading



World Premiere of queer filmmaker Kareem Tabsch’s Mucho Mucho Amor

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  It’s a red letter day for queer filmmakers today.  Well for one in particular,.  Miami born Cuban/Lebanese American Kareem Tabsch latest documentary “Mucho Mucho Amor,” is having its World Premiere at the Sundance Film Festival.  Tabsch co-directed this his fourth movie with Cristina Costantini and it tells the life story of the outrageously flamboyant … Continue reading



306 Hollywood

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  Visual artist siblings Elan and Jonathan Bogarin describe their very personal documentary about their maternal grandmother as ‘magical-realist’.  After she dies the pair persuade their mother to delay selling grandmother’s New Jersey house so they can conduct an ‘archaeological dig’ that will serve as an excavation into her life. Anette Ontel the matriarch of their … Continue reading



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