Photos: ‘Paris is Burning’ at the Texas Theatre

The first installation of CinéWilde, the monthly GLBTQ film series at the Texas Theatre, was “Paris is Burning” Friday night. The documentary about 1980s drag queen ball culture in New York City was followed by a “walk” behind the screen. Advocate photo editor Danny Fulgencio brought back these pictures from the event.

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  1. […] editor Danny Fulgencio brought us this slideshow from last year’s ball. And one of the photos made our January cover story. WANT MORE? Click to sign up for the […]

  2. […] also is the mind behind CineWilde, a new GLBTQ film series that debuted in January at the Texas Theatre. And, he was involved in organizing the Oak Cliff Film […]

  3. Trigger_Mortis January 13, 2014 at 5:03 PM

    Drag king Buck Wylde had a wonderful time judging Cinewilde’s inaugural ball! Come see him on Feb. 7 at Mustache Envy’s valentines show. For more info on Dallas’ premiere drag king troupe, visit MustacheDallas.com.

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