A Conversation with Filmmaker, Cecilia Aldarondo – Revealing Duality of her Uncle’s Two Lives

In her first film, filmmaker Cecilia Aldarondo introspectively sheds more light to us about her beautiful and engaging documentary, “Memories of a Penitent Heart”  about her uncle’s life Miguel.  What Aldarondo is able to assemble with the usage of 8mm tapes that her mother gives her is a fascinating mystery into her uncle’s seemingly two […] Click to read more »

Legendary Artist, Keith Haring’s Work is Still Relevant, Fresh and Thought-Provoking Today in THE POLITICAL LINE

Art should always provoke, inspire and illicit some sort of emotion despite when it was originally created. Keith Haring may have passed away in 1990, but his work continues to be fresh and relevant to social topics of today, particularly in the current exhibit, THE POLITICAL LINE at the de Young – Legion of Honor Fine […] Click to read more »

Terrence McNally’s Play About “Mothers and Sons” Keeps Writer A Master Class Above the Rest by Kevin M. Thomas

Terrence McNally has yet to make a false move in any show he’s brought to the stage. His four Tony Awards are evident of that. His shows often have a gay twist or theme, perhaps with the exception of the book from “Ragtime.” He usually is ahead of the curve in bringing gay social issues […] Click to read more »

Film Festival Hit “Test” Has Several Screenings From SF to LA to NY in the Coming Weeks by Kevin M. Thomas

Progressive Pulse caught up with director Chris Mason Johnson and star Scott Marlowe just before their screening of their film “Test,” which was one of the best movies from last year’s Frameline Film Festival, “Test,” is opening for a limited theatrical run June 6 in the Bay Area and June 13 in Los Angeles and New […] Click to read more »