Queerguru loves Netflix ….. BUT …… they do have this annoying habit of promoting their 10 best movies of the week. Or their own Original Programming. As much as we may love/like most of that they have far more goodies that are so tucked away that if you are careful you could miss them … Continue reading
Although some people are still hanging on to see who gets handed an OSCAR this coming weekend, here at Queerguru we are celebrating THE DORIANS, the ONLY film awards we count on. Of course, we could be a tad biased as these increasing prestigious awards are in the gift of G.A.L.E.C.A. The Society of LGBTQ … Continue reading
Queerguru is frequently drawn to Seattle as it is the home of such an extraordinarily wonderful and unique queer culture that is so unlike any other US city. With Dina Martina as its unofficial patron saint, there seems to be no end to the talent that emerges from there.
We were back there again this week to talk with filmmaker Aaron Bear and when we asked if he thought it was all to do with ‘something in the water’ he immediately responded that it was actually ‘something in the rain.”
We first came across Bear’s work in 2017 when we reviewed his debut film, Finding Kim. It was a heart-touching compelling documentary about Kim Byford who at the age of 49 had decided that the time is finally right to complete her transition from female to male. We wrote back then that it was an unmissable gem of a film.
For those of us who might be outrageously, but fairly, accused of being more interested in mentioning that we have read Truman Capote or Tennesse Williams than actually reading them, this is the perfect documentary. Its mixture of biography, gossip, observations, and anecdotes in their famously distinct voices conveys a sense of both their … Continue reading
I was always taught, and always teach, that drama occurs in the present tense – that theatre’s most valuable asset as a mode of storytelling lay in its presentation of the here and now, a story unfolding before you. This production/adaptation of Wilde’s classic novel makes the bold decision to deliver a retrospective narration: Dorian … Continue reading