IFC's always-excellent queer viewing series roars back with a killer 2019 season. For the "Winter's a Drag" program, hosts Adam Baran and Lady Quesadilla invite drag queens to present their favorite films from the vault.
For the February 4 edition, RuPaul's Drag Race champion and Bushwig royalty Sasha Velour introduces 1991's Vegas in Space, a batshit gender-bending space voyage about a crew of spacemen landing on the planet Clitoris. The film features a cast of San Francisco queer icons of the age, including Doris Fish, Tippi, Miss X and Ginger Quest.
Then, on March 4, supreme multihyphenate Flotilla DeBarge shares Hal Ashby's prescient, provocative gentrification satire The Landlord, which stars Beau Bridges as a blue blood buying a Brooklyn slum and reconciling with his racist parents and fiery neighbors.
On April 8, Bushwig legend Untitled Queen presents one of America's most beloved drag epics, To Wong Foo, Thanks for Everything, Julie Newmar, starring Patrick Swayze, Wesley Snipes and John Leguizamo.
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