With QFest in full swing this week, here are films to queue up for, or to avoid putting in your queue.
QFest, Philadelphia’s annual LGBT film festival, launches July 7 at the Ritz East with the dual presentations of “Judas Kiss” and “Codependent Lesbian Space Alien Seeks Same,” and ends July 18 with the Philadelphia premiere of “Going Down in La-La Land.
If you long for men and women clad in tight swimsuits but finances decree your budget is not ready for a pricey P-town stay, have no fear.
If you did not get enough of drag performers Carmen Carrera and Manila Luzon during their recent Drag Race Tour stop in Philadelphia, you can tune in to the new season of “Drag U,” which finds them and “Drag Race” alums from all three seasons (Bebe Zahara Benet, Jujubee, Mariah, Morgan McMichaels, Ongina, Pandora Boxx, Raven, Shannel and Tyra Sanchez) giving beauty and fierceness tips to women lacking in the confidence department.
Alfie Sosa is a very flexible guy — and not just because of his ability to adapt to different situations, like moving to a new country, having a partner in politics or launching a new business.
Quince Productions is promising a “very gay” series of shows this year when the company returns to the Red Room at Society Hill Playhouse for its third annual “Full House: A Series of Cabarets” June 23-26.