Exclusive Interview: Olympic figure skater Johnny Weir hosts Peacock’s Eurovision coverage “it’s a big pride festival of uniqueness & bravery”

In recent years the USA has finally been waking up to the camp majesty of the Eurovision Song Contest, partly thanks to 2020's Netflix film, Eurovision Song Contest: The Story of Fire Saga, and the second season of Drag Race UK's tribute, The RuRuvision Song Contest, which spawned the hit track UK Hun? Which was... Continue Reading →

Exclusive Interview: Owen Lach on his queer sci-fi novel Founder’s Mercy “I imagine a future where you can be queer or trans & it won’t matter”

Owen Lach is a screenwriter and playwright whose debut novel Founder's Mercy (out now) is a queer sci-fi adventure set in a world where sexuality and gender are not questioned, instead the characters deal with other more world-changing issues. The Queer Review’s Chad Armstrong caught up with him to discuss Founder's Mercy and find out... Continue Reading →

Sundance 2022 Film Review: Living ★★★★★

"Life is a banquet and most poor suckers are starving to death!" Auntie Mame The Queer Palm-winning director of Beauty and last year's exceptional Moffie, Oliver Hermanus, unveiled his latest feature at Sundance 2022, the poignant and profound, Living. Adapted from the Akira Kurosawa classic Ikiru by Nobel and Booker–winning author Kazuo Ishiguro, the film sees the action transposed from... Continue Reading →

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