No Celluloid Closet any more
There is no Celluloid closet any more, but unfortunately this does not mean that ever gay person gets to see the gay movies or documentaries. It is just the rich queers, who gets to see the films because they can afford to buy videos, if you don’t have any money… for your next meal… you still do not get to see some of these inspiring films even though they are made in Hollywood.
This video describes what readers can expect from Blood Moon’s 2010 book release: FIFTY YEARS OF QUEER CINEMA, 500 of the Best GLBTQ Films Ever Made. Narrated by Danforth Prince, President of Blood Moon Productions, with commentary about the spectacular diversity of queer films released worldwide since The Celluloid Closet was opened in 1960.