Mr Gay Syria

  The whole concept of anybody being brave/foolhardy enough to publicly come out as a gay Syrian is tough enough to get one’s head around, but the very idea that there is such a thing as a Mr Gay Syria competition is beyond belief, but something we felt compelled to look into further. It is … Continue reading

Mr Leather: Daniel Nolasco demystifies Brazil’s leather community

  Daniel Nolasco’s intriguing documentary “Mr. Leather”  is a very affectionate profile of Brazil’s growing  gay leather community. He kicks off his tale with a highly amusing parody that hints at some dark political intrigue that ended up making Barbudo the very first winner of the Mr Leather title, and now the de-facto organiser of … Continue reading

Mr Right

  This rather appealing romantic comedy follows the lives of three gay metrosexual couples in London. Harry hates being a TV producer and dreams of leaving his job to travel the world. He loves Alex, an aspiring actor who is struggling to create an identity for himself as a performer. Rugby player William’s nine-year-old daughter is … Continue reading

Mr Soul! the queer man who was the pioneer of Black TV in the US

  Growing up as a white Jewish kid in London in the 1960’s carried with it a great deal of cultural delights in a decade that was hailed as ‘swinging,’ but as I grow older I realise that my slice of middle-class England was so frightfully British. We may have given birth to the Beatles … Continue reading

Mucho Mucho Amor : The Legend of Walter Mercado

  The legendary  86-year-old  Puerto Rican astrologer Walter Mercado hadn’t appeared on  camera for a decade when filmmakers Kareem Tabsch and Cristina Costantini turned up on his doorstep with their crew.  This world mega-star’s daily TV show had once beamed into over 150 million homes daily and although this fascinating documentary covers his sudden absence … Continue reading

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