QueerX Day Two Feature ( @REVRYTV )from @kleffnotes

 

Day Two of QueerX is just as packed full of great experiences as the first day. During the Revry Summer Preview guests can experience the World Premiere of Laura Linney’s Sink Sank Sunk. This documentary style series that focuses on a young gay recluse who decides to complete his mother’s passion project, a documentary about her multi-generational synchronized swimming team. GLAAD Rising Star Grant recipient River Gallo will also be screening his feature PonyBoi, which was created and stars the first out intersex person in the history of cinema. Continue reading “QueerX Day Two Feature ( @REVRYTV )from @kleffnotes”

QueerX Day One Feature ( @REVRYTV )from @kleffnotes

The 4th annual QueerX  kicked off last night at Whisky A Go Go with the headliner, Brooke Candy and her RuPau’s Drag Race alumni backup dancers, Laganja Estranja and Gia Gunn, with Jordy and Davy Boi, as well as some other surprise guests. The queer music, film, and industry festival continues today and tomorrow at The London Hotel West Hollywood with competition screenings, panels, and the Revry Summer Preview. For those attending as well as those who wish they were I will be highlighting some of the projects that will be screening each day of the two day event. Continue reading “QueerX Day One Feature ( @REVRYTV )from @kleffnotes”

Persianality @REVRYTV Review from @kleffnotes

Set over the course of one day, Persianality: Persians in Palm Springs stars the first ever Iranian-Jewish Drag queen, HRH The Empress. In the new Revry Original Series Fereshteh Shoorkhaianian, The Empress, is taken on a surprise getaway by her husband, Bijan, but the trip is anything, but relaxing. Hilarious antics abound as this high class couple finds themselves having to function without assistants. Continue reading “Persianality @REVRYTV Review from @kleffnotes”

3030 @REVRYTV Review from @kleffnotes

3030 is a Revry Original Series that recently released a second season in April of this year. Inspired by 90’s sitcoms like Living Single and Martin, with elements of Seinfeld like humor this series creates a humorous story focused on two platonic lesbians living together in Las Vegas. The first season, which is already available on Revry, focuses on Zola, Serrita Coleman, moving in with her best friend of 20 years, Tyler, B. Danielle Watkins. In this first season both women were coping with lost loves, but in different ways, and in the new season they are getting into some very hilarious in your face moments. Continue reading “3030 @REVRYTV Review from @kleffnotes”

America In Transition @REVRYTV Series Review from @kleffnotes

In honor of Trans Day of Visibility, the online service Revry, released the four episode series America In Transition. With each episode focusing on a different person of color and their journey being trans in America they are able to showcase a variety of identities and experiences. This is a remarkably thought provoking and emotional work that should be required watching for everyone. Continue reading “America In Transition @REVRYTV Series Review from @kleffnotes”

The Drag Roast of Heklina @REVRYTV Review from @kleffnotes

The drag legend Heklina, one of San Francisco’s most well known drag queens, is being roasted by some fantastic people on Revry in The Drag Roast of Heklina. In this hilarious comedy feature she is the subject of some fabulously crafted insults that will have you laughing out loud. The panel of roasters is made up of some Drag Race favorites including Alaska and Jinkx Monsoon as well as some really great drag stars Jackie Beat( as the emceee), Bob the Drag Queen, Sister Roma, Julie Brown, and Peaches Christ. Continue reading “The Drag Roast of Heklina @REVRYTV Review from @kleffnotes”

Room To Grow Series #NationalComingOutDay Debut Review from @kleffnotes

Revry is the first ever global queer content focused streaming service and specifically for National Coming Out Day they are celebrating with the release of a brand new docu-series, Room To Grow. This series will focus on the coming out stories of various voices within the LGBTQ+ community and as a special treat I was able to check out the first episode a little early. The series releases today as a part of National Coming Out Day and even with just a look at episode one I can promise that it will be an emotionally and beautifully done show. Continue reading “Room To Grow Series #NationalComingOutDay Debut Review from @kleffnotes”