Hervè Guibert – images

Hervé Guibert (14 December 1955 – 27 December 1991) was a French writer and photographer. The author of numerous novels and autobiographical studies, he played a considerable role in changing French public attitudes to AIDS. He was a close friend of Michel Foucault. Guibert was born in Saint-Cloud, Hauts-de-Seine, to a middle-class family and spent… Read more »

Homo Riot Poster Art

Interview with Homo Riot

Read the interview with the street artist HOMO RIOT, an emblem of pride and strength to the gay community across the world​.​ The masked gay bears kiss is became an icon globally.

Alexander Kargaltsev’s Polaroids

Alexander Kargaltsev is printing a new book with  98 polaroids Cameras are almost a thing of the past thanks to gadgets. Sixty years ago, without computers, photographs could not be made without great preparation and time. Point and shoot was not so easy. Photography could be a hit and miss operation, at least for the… Read more »

Interview: Romani Beau

Today we want to introduce you a new singer and song writer Romani Beau that will release his debut EP “Molly and the Boys’ on March 7th. After his last video “Gipsy” let’s know him better with this interview that Romani kindly has granted for us THE PINK SNOUT: HI Romani, welcome to the pinksnout… Read more »

Otto; or, Up with dead People

Otto; or, Up with dead People by Bruce LaBruce “..is a melancholy zombie movie with political overtones that seeks to extend and elaborate the emerging zombie mythology. A modern fable about the loneliness, emptiness, and alienation that results from rampant consumerism and materialism under advanced capitalism, “Otto; or, Up with Dead People┝ presents as its… Read more »

The Hidden Cameras – Carpe Jugular

Directed by Kai Staenicke Cinematography Thomas Schneider Editing Susanne Ocklitz Buy “Carpe Jugular” + Remixes Amazon: http://amzn.to/1nDuoYU itunes: http://bit.ly/1n0fss7 Buy the new album “AGE” Amazon CD: http://bit.ly/age-cd Amazon Vinyl (+ 320kbit/s MP3): http://bit.ly/age-lp iTunes Download: http://bit.ly/age-dl Follow us on Facebook or Twitter: https://www.facebook.com/thehiddencam… https://www.twitter.com/hidden_cameras   [embed https://soundcloud.com/thehiddencameras/carpe-jugular-hard-ton-remix[/embed

Jean Cocteau anniversary

Video: Jean Cocteau – Le Sang d’un Poete Audio: Massive Attack – Paradise Circus remixed by Gui Boratto From the desk of ELP 2012 Jean Maurice Eugène Clément Cocteau (5 July 1889 – 11 October 1963) was a French poet, novelist,dramatist, designer, playwright, artist and filmmaker. Cocteau is best known for his novel Les Enfants Terribles (1929), and… Read more »

SÃO PAULO EM HI-FI

SÃO PAULO EM HI-FI A historical view on LGBT São Paulo night in the  60’s,70’s and 80’s  directed by Steffen Lufe Trailer 1 Trailer 2 Trailer 3   

Smalltown Boy 30 years later

Wow, “Bronski Beat’s Jimmy Somerville has recorded a haunting, reprise of the plaintive 1984 classic “Smalltown Boy”, about a gay kid forced to leave town after being bullied by peers and rejected by his family.” towleroad 30 years later is still Smalltown boy

Austra Habitat

Berlin-based Filmmaker Matt Lambert explores sexuality in Habitat, the new title track from the Canadian band’s new EP Director Lambert says the video “explores the fragile and tender moments of anxiety and anticipation that lead up to first intimate contact”. Leading woman Katie Stelmanis writes on Austra’s website, that while “‘Habitat’ is a pretty typical Austra song… Read more »

Mykki Blanco – “She Gutta”

Following “Betty Rubble: The Initiation” EP which dropped summer 2013, “She Gutta” is one of Mykki Blanco’s first singles of 2014. Blanco’s been on the road touring extensively internationally but is looking forward to coming back to the US to begin developing his debuted Album. No release date has been set but Blanco has revealed… Read more »

Alexander Kargaltsev a russian in NYC

Alexander Kargaltsev is an artist, writer, photographer, actor and film director. In this last capacity he won many prizes including his short movies, The Cell (2010) and The Well (2009), both made when the Moscow-born author held a scholarship at the All-Russian State University of Cinematography, the home of most of the greats of Russian… Read more »