Exclusive Interview: Stephen Dunn on reimagining Queer As Folk “the show is a reflection of my queer family” Plus trailer launch & new first look images

The exhilarating trailer for Stephen Dunn's reimagined Queer As Folk has just launched ahead of the series' June 9th debut on Peacock, along with ten new first look images. Set in New Orleans, the trailer features the sounds of Mm Mm Good by one of that city's most loved residents, the Queen of Bounce, Big... Continue Reading →

Pose, Lil Nas X & Sesame Street among winners at 33rd Annual GLAAD Media Awards – Wilson Cruz & Judith Light honoured

On Friday night in New York, GLAAD—the world’s largest LGBTQ media advocacy organization—announced the recipients of the awards for the remaining 16 categories at the 33rd Annual GLAAD Media Awards, following its Los Angeles event on April 2nd. Community members, allies, activists and stars walked the red carpet at the Hilton Midtown, and there were... Continue Reading →

Film Review: Firebird ★★★1/2

Based on the memoir of Sergey Fetisov, Peeter Rebane's achingly romantic Firebird is released in US theaters today. After receiving its world premiere at last year's BFI Flare, the film went on be a queer festival hit, garnering award recognition along the way including honorable mention for Best First Feature at Frameline and snatching wins... Continue Reading →

Exclusive: Guillermo Díaz to star in queer horror thriller You Can’t Stay Here helmed by Todd Verow

Guillermo Díaz, star of TV shows like Scandal, Weeds, Law & Order: Organized Crime, and movies like Party Girl, Stonewall (1995), and Billy Eichner's upcoming BROS, will take the lead in Todd Verow's 90s New York set queer horror thriller You Can't Stay Here. The project, which recently launched an Indiegogo campaign, is loosely inspired by real events... Continue Reading →

Hugh Nini & Neal Treadwell’s vintage photography book LOVING brought to the screen in breathtaking 100 Years of Men in Love: The Accidental Collection

In October 2020, The Queer Review spoke with Hugh Nini and Neal Treadwell about their stunning book LOVING A Photographic History of Men in Love 1850s-1950s. It's a collection of previously unpublished vernacular photography depicting romantic love between men that powerfully and movingly reasserts both that love is love and that we’ve always been here.... Continue Reading →

Sandra Oh & Stephanie Beatriz to be honoured at 19th annual Outfest Fusion QTBIPOC Film Festival running April 8-17th – full lineup announced

Sandra Oh will receive Outfest's James Schamus Ally Award and Stephanie Beatriz will be honoured with the organization's Fusion Achievement Award this Friday, April 8th at the opening Gala of the 2022 Outfest Fusion QTBIPOC Film Festival, which runs in-person until April 13th and then continues online through April 17th. The opening night gala at... Continue Reading →

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