With the 50th anniversary of Stonewall just gays away, everyone’s ready to party like it’s 1969, so gather your rhinestone covered bricks because there is going to be a queer reckoning!
Today Peaches Christ joins us to take a look at Pride 50 and the new interest in drag from the early 90s, from TV shows like Pose, HBO’s Wig Documentary and Ms Blakk for President now playing at the Steppenwolf Theater in Chicago.
Peaches Chris is currently in more documentary films than anyone else at the Frameline film festival:
➤ You Don’t Nomi traces the history and impact of the film Showgirls.
➤ Verasphere: A Love Story In Costume celebrates the great costume traditions of San Francisco.
➤ Scream Queen, My Nightmare On Elm Street depicts gay actor Mark Patton’sexperience as the first male “scream queen” in the controversial sequel to A Nightmare on Elm Street.
Dress Up Like ➤ Mrs Doubtfire marks a turning point in Hollywood’s depiction of drag.
Listen as Peaches gives us a look at all these great upcoming films and Moving Parts, Trixie Matell’s new documentary that shows her personal and professional challenges including Katya’s breakdown during the taping of the Trixie & Katya Show.