Title: Gayniggers from Outer Space Extraterrestrial beings travel the galaxy to free men "oppressed" by females to make way for an entirely-homosexual society. This masterpiece is nothing short of genius! I swear as God is my witness I honestly can't imagine why I haven't heard this film's praises sung from the day it was released. It melds the earthy, rough-hewn special effects of Doctor Who with the subtle cultural commentary of Orgazmo, and a touch of comic styling a'la Platoon thrown in just for good measure. I won't delve too deeply into the plot here, since many of you haven't seen this work of art yet, but I can say that it is not an odiously long film, and the acting is top-notch.
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Gay Film Nights - Wikipedia
Author: B. Ruby Rich. As a critic, curator, journalist, and scholar, Rich has been inextricably linked to the New Queer Cinema from its inception. This volume presents her new thoughts on the topic, as well as bringing together the best of her writing on the NQC. She follows this cinematic movement from its origins in the mids all the way to the present in essays and articles directed at a range of audiences, from readers of academic journals to popular glossies and weekly newspapers.
Black Gay Film Directors Showcase: Blackbird by Patrik Ian-Polk
From Gus Van Sant to Maryam Keshavarz, Terence Davies to Andrew Haigh, film-makers and writers recall the charged scenes that moved and inspired them — and even helped nudge them out of the closet. A skinhead boy shoots up; light flares; dances and stomps. A Caravaggio, and beautiful Tilda Swinton valiantly defaces her ballgown and the visuals of an England going past us in burning rubble and bright home movies. An amazing soundtrack by the genius Simon Turner. Oh, well.
As part of our celebration of Black History Month, Brothers of the Desert is presenting a free film showcase featuring two Black gay film directors on two successive nights. Join us on Thursday February 25th to hear director Nathan-Hale Williams speak on the the making of his films and for the screening of two of his award-winning short films, 90 Days and Burden. BURDEN tells the story of Bennett Lewis; a highly successful and highly educated family man who in spite of his success still has to deal with the perils of being a Black man in America. Nathan is a multi-hyphenated entertainment professional who is an award-winning filmmaker, a best selling and award-winning author, and, entertainment attorney. Add to Calendar.