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Articles Tagged “Documentary”

  • Nowness: 6 Minute Excerpt of Björk: Biophilia Live

    Biophilia Live brings to a close an intense few years of activity from one of the most inventive artists working in the world of music.

  • What Is The Paradise Garage? Short Documentary on the Legendary Nightclub

    Paradise Garage may have closed in September of 1987, but the legacy it left behind spans generations. On May 11, 2014, a block party was held in front of the club’s former home in SoHo. The street was spilling over as thousands paid their respects to the Garage and legendary DJ Larry Levan. During its ten years, the Garage defined what dance music has become today, and one man’s musical style and taste provided the soundtrack to an era. See why millions of fans around the globe have a special place in their hearts for Larry Levan and the Paradise Garage.

  • Behind The Black Party – Stories of The Saint Nightclub FIVE PART VIDEO SERIES

    HTTP://FIERTH.COM – At midnight on September 20, 1980 The Saint nightclub opened in New York City’s East Village. In celebration of that historic moment 30 years ago, The Saint At Large presents this multi-part series “Stories of the Saint”.

  • Watch: THE QUEEN: Full version of the Rare 1968 CLASSIC

    The Queen was filmed in NYC in 1967 and released in theaters in 1968. In 1967 it was illegal for men to dress as women. The documentary follows a 1967 Drag pageant judged by Andy Warhol among others. It stars Jack Doroshow aka Flawless Mother Sabrina, Richard Finochio aka Rachel Harlow and Crystal LaBeija. Crystal went on to start The House of LaBeija pageants which was the premise of the 90′s documentary “Paris is Burning.” In 1972 Richard Finochio underwent sex reassignment surgery to become Rachel Harlow, she began dating John B. Kelly, Grace Kelly’s brother. The relationship ended when John’s mother said she would disinherit him if he married Rachel. Rachel opened the Philadelphia night club “Harlow’s” in the 1970′s. The only person to surface since this classic film was made is Jack Doroshow when he was interviewed by James St. James on youtube. International Chrysis (1951-1990) can be seen as a teenage boy rehearsing dance numbers. These are the Queens who opened the doors for RuPaul and RuPaul’s Drag Race of today.

  • WATCH: Vogue Knights: A Short Documentary on Ball Culture in Hell’s Kitchen

    The flames of Paris is Burning still shine bright as can be seen in this short documentary presented by Animal contributor Citizen. Long standing nightclub Escuelita features a weekly Monday event known as Vogue Knights produced by Luna Kahn of the Legendary House of Kahn and Jack Mizrahi of the Legendary House of Mizrahi. The MC/promoter seen in the doc is Jack Mizrahi seems to be loved and respected by all. DJ MikeQ is a world renowned DJ in the electronic world for his “cunt/feminine” sound. Take a taste of Vogue Knights.

  • Happy Birthday Klaus Nomi : The Nomi Song

    Looks like an alien, sings like a diva – Klaus Nomi was one of the 1980’s most profoundly bizarre characters to emerge through the underground New York music scene. A counter tenor who sang pop music with opera and brought his unique style mix to the club and alternative audiences. The Nomi Song is a film about fame, death, friendship, betrayal, opera and the greatest New Wave rock star that never was.

  • MUST SEE: Documentary ‘Before You Know It’ Sheds Light on the Senior Gay Community

    Three gay seniors navigate the adventures, challenges and surprises of life and love in their golden years.

  • EXCLUSIVE: First Look “DIANA” Trailer – Naomi Watts as Princess Diana

    Princess Diana was such a beloved icon that in the new trailer for the eponymous movie,Diana, you don’t even see Naomi Watts’ face until the clip is halfway finished. There’s not even any dialogue. Instead, the video hopes to tap into that deep reservoir of goodwill  — and obsession — that made Diana “the most famous woman in the world.” Cue shaking hands, flashing lightbulbs, and glamorous red carpets… until Watts finally turns around and flashes that soft, demure smile that Diana wore at public events

  • SHARON NEEDLES Uncut: New Documentary on the Dark Queen of Drag

    A Film By Paul Brickman, Sharon Needles: Parental Guidance Suggested is an astounding, in-depth look into the making of the video, “This Club is a Haunted House,” featuring interviews with Needles, Geoffrey Mac, and M. Sharkey, along with impressions from the visionary’s devoted fans—an insider’s look behind the scenes.

  • “The Little House That Could” A Documentary on The House of Field (Official Trailer)

    A new documentary about the House of Field made by Mars Roberge and shot by Bob Lesser. The project began filming in 2006 and completed 2012. with appearances by Patricia Field, Die J Mars, Andre J, Amanda Lepore, Richie Rich, Johnny Dynell, Kenny Scharf, Patrick Mc Donald, and many many more. Join the Facebook Group to find out about screenings.

  • Visionaries: Klaus Nomi: The Nomi Song Full Length

    HTTP://FIERTH.COM – Looks like an alien, sings like a diva – Klaus Nomi was one of the 1980’s most profoundly bizarre characters to emerge through the underground New York music scene. A counter tenor who sang pop music with opera and brought his unique style mix to the club and alternative audiences. The Nomi Song is a film about fame, death, friendship, betrayal, opera and the greatest New Wave rock star that never was.

  • Must See: Untitled Gay Retiree Documentary

    HTTP://FIERTH.COM – According to research conducted by the Williams Institute at the University of California Los Angeles, there are an estimated 2.4 million lesbian, gay or bisexual Americans over the age of 55. LGBTQ seniors are five times less likely to access social services than their heterosexual counterparts, half as likely to have health insurance coverage, twice as likely as straights to live alone, and 10 times less likely to have a caretaker should they fall ill. “Untitled Gay Retiree Documentary” seeks to put faces to some of these jarring statistics.

  • NOWNESS: A Clip from Marley by Filmmaker Kevin Macdonald

    HTTP://FIERTH.COM – Director Kevin Macdonald’s Documentary Traces the Life of Jamaica’s Reggae God

  • Behind The Black Party – Stories of The Saint Nightclub

    HTTP://FIERTH.COM – At midnight on September 20, 1980 The Saint nightclub opened in New York City’s East Village. In celebration of that historic moment 30 years ago, The Saint At Large presents this multi-part series “Stories of the Saint”.

  • The Gay Rights Movement In 6 Minutes And 52 Seconds

    HTTP://FIERTH.COM – The Gay Rights Movement In 6 Minutes And 52 Seconds –

  • A Year in New York by Andrew Clancy

    HTTP://FIERTH.COM – There is NO other city in the world like New York City.Living in New York , Andrew Clancy grabbed his Canon, and shot footage of what was going on around him. Free Amazon download ‘We Don’t Eat’ by Irishman James Vincent McMorrow

  • “I Am Divine” – The Documentary of the John Waters Drag Star – First Teaser!

    HTTP://FIERTH.COM – A BRAND NEW DOCUMENTARY CURRENTLY IN PRODUCTION! (THAT MEANS YOU’LL HAVE TO WAIT A YEAR! WHAT FUN!!)

  • UNSUNG: The SYLVESTER  Documentary – TV tonight

    UNSUNG: The SYLVESTER Documentary – TV tonight

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