Monday, June 29, 2009
The folks who brought you "Another Gay Movie" and "Bear Cub are putting
out the casting call for acting talent.
Bear City Movie Casting Call
The new gay, romantic comedy entitled "BearCity" is set in New York City's bear
community. Here's your chance to be part of this "Sex in the City with fur."
There's a little something for everyone!
We're seeking actors of all ethnicities, ages, shapes and sizes in the NYC
For consideration, send your best Headshot/Picture and Resume to
For more information visit www.bearcitythemovie.com.
Tuesday, June 23, 2009
Sadly, I had to cancel my plans to attend the Provincetown International Film Festival this past weekend - which takes place in the ridiculously lovely and liberal Ptown, MA, a true mecca for both nuclear families and queers unlike any other place or amalgamation I have seen - but last summer's experience there was one of pure joy (a gracious thanks to Jeff Hill and the festival's hopsitality staff!). A few photos to reflect upon... and hopefully I can make it back in 2010...
Saturday, June 20, 2009
I've interviewed Tori Amos a few times over the course of her career. The first was a 1998 piece for L.A. Weekly, a sort of Tori 101 that aims to explain the magical allure she cast over her fans - a mystery to those who weren't into her music. I still hold it up as one of my favorite articles. I just spoke with Tori again for Los Angeles' Frontiers In L.A. magazine (and some other gay regional publications - different versions will be running in each) which is very much current.
Compare, contrast, enjoy both!
Thursday, June 18, 2009
Friday, June 12, 2009
My interview with Zihan Loo - a young filmmaker who's part of the Singaporean New Wave, and queer to boot - is up at The Advocate. He talks about his film Solos (now on DVD stateside) and a while bunch of stuff both political and arts-related. Enjoy!