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Groundbreaking Documentary THE QUEEN Now Available on Blu-ray and DVD in a Stunning New 4K Restoration



Frank Simon's 1968 queer classic The Queen is now available on Blu-ray and DVD, in a stunning new 4K restoration from the original camera negative. Decades before Paris Is Burning and RuPaul's Drag Race, this groundbreaking documentary about the 1967 Miss All-America Camp Beauty Pageant introduced competitive drag to the world, along with LGBT icons and activists Flawless Sabrina and Crystal LaBeija.

Blu-ray Extras Include:
* Audio commentary by artist and producer Zackary Drucker and journalist and author Diana TourjΓ©e
* Outtake footage
* Theatrical trailers (original and re-release)
* Interview with producer Si Litvinoff, by Shade Rupe
* The Queen: After Party Outtakes, with Jack Doroshow, by Joe E. Jeffreys
* Flawless Sabrina: Icon/Muse, a short documentary by Michelle Handelman
* Irma Vep: The Last Breath, a short film by Michelle Handelman, featuring Flawless Sabrina
* Queens at Heart, a 1967 short documentary on drag culture
* Post-screening Q&A footage with Flawless Sabrina and Zackary Drucker
* Booklet essay by Joe E. Jeffreys (Blu-ray only)

The Queen
Blu-ray and DVD Street Date: Now Available
Blu-ray SRP: $29.95
DVD SRP: $19.95

The Queen is also available digitally on iTunes, Amazon, Google Play, Vudu, FandangoNow, and Kino Now.


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