Showbiz Spitfire Paige Turner has given up one-night stands. She has left NY and her infamous SLURP show to bring her brand new hilarious show JOYRIDE to PTowns Pilgrim House for the entire summer. Queerguru stopped by to talk with her about Life, Love, and Everything Else.
Check out our interview filmed at the Pilgrim House by Dan Desjardins
It’s almost time for the 23rd ANNUAL Provincetown Film Festival. This year like most Festivals in this post-Covid world, it will be a hybrid event mixing outdoor screenings a few indoor screenings but the bulk being virtual online screenings. The good news is that the latter can be viewed by anyone living in Massachusetts
PFF is not an #LGBTQ Film Festival in the true sense of the word but as we make up a significant part of the community here, there is, as always, an excellent slate of new queer movies that we think you really should see:
\Word of warning though if you are wanting to see any of the films in the flesh and go to any of the events THEN YOU MUST RESERVE IN ADVANCE as there will be limited seating for a safe and environmentally responsible festival.
What strikes one most about LUCIA LUCAS, the American opera singer now based in Germany who is the subject of a new documentary is her sheer passion for both life and opera. In the film director James Kicklighter captures that so succinctly as he profiles Lucas as she is about to make her US debut performing the lead role in a new production of Don Giovanni for The Tulsa Opera.
Lucas is a trans woman. Having said that the disarmingly charming Lucas is neither a martyr nor pioneer to the cause. She is a human being and an extremely talented singer who just happens to also be a trans woman.
Having been so caught up in her on-screen charisma, Queerguru tracked Lucas down in Europe to talk about the significance of both her performance and this new documentary. The film is being released on VOD on most major streaming platforms, on June 1st to mark the start of Pride Month.
P.S, You can read Queerguru’s full review of The Identity of Sound HERE
On the eve of his movie TU ME MANQUES being made available streaming globally, Queerguru tracked down director Rodrigo Bellott in Bolivia to talk about his film. It is one of the very rare queer movies to come out of his country, and Initially, it encountered controversy but then it ended up being their Official Submission to both the Academy Awards and the Goyas
We raved about the film the very first time we saw it calling it one the saddest coming-of-age movies ever! You can read Queerguru’s full review HERE.
We’ve done something we thought would be completely impossible. We went through Queerguru’s entire YouTube channel that now has over 600 videos containing our interviews over our FIRST FIVE YEARS and condensed them down to just ONE minute for this new celebration tape.
DON’T blink otherwise you’ll miss the Oscar, Tony, Emmy, Grammy, MAC Award Winners, and Nominees. There is even an Olympic Gold Medal Winner too. Plus two Sex In The City actors,……one who appeared totally naked (but clothed for us) and a few Senators including one who is the Leader. That’s just to show our serious (!) side.
Plus oodles of our favorite Drag Queens and artists and artistes, most of whom brighten our Summers in Provincetown.
Special thanks to all the PR’s, Agents, Managers, and PA’s who helped arrange all the extraordinary talent for us to share some time with.
NOW if you are more old-school and like to take things a tad more leisurely here is the 4 min version (with even more stars)
P.S. We set about this project the day we passed the 4000 mark subscribers and 1.25 Million Hits on our
You Tube Channel (to join our 68K followers in 46 countries on FB). We were very proud (& thankful) but is was the
very same day that Amazon announced they had something like 200million on their books just to make us feel small.
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