Taxi Stories

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Chinese/American filmmaker Doris Yeung’s sophomore feature is an ambitious and intriguing medley of three separate stories that highlight the disparity of wealth and social standing in contemporary Asia.  Each of them center around around a taxi of some sort ….. hence the title ….. and are set in Hong Kong, Beijing and Jakarta respectively. They have … Continue reading

The Constitution.

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The Constitution is set in contemporary Zagreb in a large apartment building which has definitely seen better days. Its the tale of 4 of its inhabitants who have been neighbors for several years, but have been careful to remain complete strangers to each other. On one floor in a very spacious apartment lives Vjeko Kralj … Continue reading

The Death & Life of Marsha P. Johnson

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  The writer/director David France has followed his first excellent feature documentary the Oscar nominated How To Survive a Plague with another look back at an often forgotten part of LGBT history. It is the story of Marsha P Johnson a veteran drag queen and gay liberation activist who suddenly was mysteriously found dead not long … Continue reading

The Fabulous Allan Carr

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Emmy Award-winning filmmaker Jeffrey Schwarz has added another subject to his series of documentaries on iconic LGBT figures which so far have included Wrangler: Anatomy of an Icon, Tab Hunter Confidential, I Am Divine, and Vito. This time his subject Allan Carr may be not quite so well known to the general public, but his successful career … Continue reading

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