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Beverly Glenn-Copeland reissues classic 1986 album, Keyboard Fantasies (exclusive Q&A)

posted Friday, April 9, 2021

by: in Uncategorized

composer Beverly Glenn-Copeland announces the reissue of his 1986 masterpiece, Keyboard Fantasies. The LP/CD release will be out on April 9th via Transgressive, marking the 35th anniversary of its original release and will feature updated artwork and liner notes by pop star, Robyn. This will be the first time the album has ever been available on CD, and both physical […]

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Say Love – Remembering Michelle Ross in Celebration of Life, April 11, 2021

posted Friday, April 9, 2021

by: in Drag, Toronto

Late last month, members of Toronto’s LGBTQ+ community woke to the news of the passing of an icon, Michelle Ross. Michelle began her career as a drag entertainer back in the 1970’s, and continued performing and entertaining throughout her entire life. How does one put into words the legacy of Michelle Ross, one who was […]

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Moffie – a tale of secrets within the South African Apartheid battles of the 1980s

posted Thursday, April 8, 2021

by: in Film, Queer

MOFFIE explores the life of a closeted young boy serving his mandatory military service during Apartheid in 1980s South Africa.  To be a moffie is to be weak, effeminate, illegal. The year is 1981 and South Africa’s white minority government is embroiled in a conflict on the southern Angolan border. Like all white boys over […]

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Welcome to Your New Favorite Music Scene

posted Thursday, April 8, 2021

by: in Music, Queer

A Whole New World: Discover the Best in LGBTQ Music! Hello queer music fans, supporters and junkies! Are you ready to have your life changed? I hope so. We all know that when it comes to LGBTQ representation in music, things are far from firing on all cylinders. “A” cylinder would be a start. But […]

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The Glamour and the Squalor – the rise, fall, and reemergence of a radio host

posted Wednesday, April 7, 2021

by: in Music

Marq Evans groundbreaking music LGBTQ documentary “The Glamour and the Squalor,” follows the life of Seattle DJ Marco Collins, who worked at alternative radio station 107.7 FM “The End”. Before the Internet made sourcing new music and rising bands a simple matter of keystrokes and RSS feeds, there was the radio DJ. No one epitomized […]

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Ed The Sock wants you to join the NewMusicNation

posted Tuesday, April 6, 2021

by: in Music

Hello Pigeons! There was a TV host named Ed The Sock who became a huge hit in the mid 1990s. Ed The Sock interviewed many celebrities, was seen at many award shows, and even had their own talk show at one point on late night TV. They were saying things that many were thinking, they […]

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Shiva Baby – growing up often comes with complications

posted Friday, April 2, 2021

by: in Film

Shiva Baby is about near college graduate, Danielle, gets paid by her sugar daddy and rushes to meet her neurotic parents at a family shiva. Upon arrival, she is accosted by various estranged relatives about her appearance and lack of post-grad plans, while her confident ex-girlfriend, Maya, is applauded by everyone for getting into law […]

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15th annual Canadian Film Festival – screens April 1 to 18, 2021

posted Wednesday, March 31, 2021

by: in Film

The Canadian Film Fest is a non-profit organization that is dedicated to supporting Canadian independent films and cultivating emerging and established filmmaking talent. Film-loving audiences come to enjoy a diverse selection of 100% Canadian film screenings (features & shorts) and filmmakers flock to the CFF’s various industry events to take advantage of essential networking opportunities. […]

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To Whom It May Concern – complications in committing suicide

posted Friday, March 26, 2021

by: in Film

Anna, (Dawn Olivieri), is 30, a bartender, beautiful, sexy and emotionally dysfunctional. Tired of life and planning to commit suicide, she begins making her own funeral arrangements. When Anna meets Sam (Wilmer Valderrame), the boyfriend of her neighbor, something sparks between them. The two quickly fall for each other. Just as Sam gently forces Anna […]

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“Juliet” focuses on a transgender teenager who battles for a female lead in a play

posted Friday, March 26, 2021

by: in Film, Trans

  Ira Storozhenko’s live-action short film Juliet focuses on a transgender teenager who hopes to play Juliet in a Romeo & Juliet school play. This powerful short which was inspired by the director and producers’ experience’s with gender discrimination has already screened at 7 film festivals including the Oscar-qualifying AFI Fest 2020 and Indie Short Fest where […]

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