Queer Musical Romance Film ‘Glitter & Doom’ Premieres At Frameline

Queer Musical Romance Film ‘Glitter & Doom’ Premieres At Frameline

Glitter & Doom is a new gay-centered musical romance penned by Cory Krueckeberg and directed by filmmaker Tom Gustafson.

Filipino actor Alex Diaz plays a care-free circus kid named “Glitter,” while  British actor Alan Cammish is a ‘serious musician’ named “Doom.”

The YouTube page describes the film as a queer love movie musical about a singer and a clown, as told through the music of the Grammy Award-winning Indigo Girls — who also make an appearance in the film.

From press materials:

Glitter & Doom is a fantastical summer romance that follows a musician who wears charisma as camouflage and a carefree kid about to run away with the circus as they fall in love at first sight. But will 29 days be enough time to fall in love forever?

Also dropping by throughout the flick are LGBTQ favorites including Lea DeLaria, Tig Notaro, Kate Pierson of The B-52s, Drag Race alum Peppermint, and Broadway star Beth Malone.

The film recently premiered at San Francisco’s Frameline47, the world’s longest running LGBTQ film festival.

Check out the music and romance of Glitter & Doom in the clips below.