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Yung Men and the World of Jason Karman

Our very own Queerious’ Jason Karman is fundraising for his new 17-minute Christmas drama short film “Yung Men” about two gay brothers. The project is autobiographically inspired as he wrote on his Indiegogo page, “A few years ago at Christmas, my dad had an emergency stipend to prevent an  impending stroke. The prospect of losing a parent while I was away almost became a reality for me as I chose not to visit for the holidays that year due to my work schedule.  At the core, Yung Men is about a son coming home and trying to make amends for not being not being there when it matter the most.”

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Help Make Peephole

by Quentin

The past year, I’ve been traveling to LGBT film festivals with my feature The People I’ve Slept With and I kept bumping into my director friend Michael Saul and actor/producer Heath Daniels. I was finally able to catch their hilarious and delightful short “Go Go Reject” at the Hong Kong Lesbian and Gay Film Festival. “Go Go Reject” has playing gay festivals all over the world and people are loving it.

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Interview with Filmmaker Campbell X About Being Fierce Queer and Black in the UK

by Quentin

Photo by Robert Taylor

Campbell X is a fierce and queer Black lesbian filmmaker who resides in the United Kingdom. She began filmmaking through the documentary and experimental route and is now finishing up her first narrative feature, Stud Life, a drama about an intense friendship between a lesbian and a gay man.

Photo by Paula Harrowing

Q: So let’s talk about how you started making films. How did it all begin?

I started out training to be a camera assistant then got a break for my first directing gig and that film was Ragga Gyal D’bout! The film is about Black women into dance hall music in spite of dance hall music being considered misogynistic. Continue reading