Dr. Vince took the time to speak to me about the origins of gay shame, his new documentary, and more: JR: What has been the
An intriguing film that we began covering last year is now available online -- and completely for free. From writer and director
We love when the bear community gets visibility, and now you can help this group of hairy queer men fund their latest cinematic
Already done binge-watching "Orange Is The New Black"? Fear not: your list of view-worthy things to watch just got a bit
In October of 2012, I wrote about the personal inspiration behind my award-winning short film The Naturalist (which you can
Chris Mason Johnson's sultry and perfectly human Test enjoyed its European premiere recently at this year's Berlinale. The film is a survivor's tale, told through the POV of a gay character, but so multidimensional that be it man, woman, straight or gay, everyone can relate to its themes.
After I caught actor/director Gerald McCullouch in the Web series Hustling, we struck up an online friendship. I also was able to catch him in a play in New York City this year, and now the openly gay actor has taken on a new project, and I needed to learn more.
Under no circumstances will I call Blue Is the Warmest Color a "lesbian" film. Does that matter? I think so, particularly since the film has generated stories of on-set sadism that smack of over a century of movies made by men well-schooled in the cruel manipulation of women.
By the end of the film, Emma is celebrated at a gallery showing of her artwork; Adele dressed to re-impress, attends, attempts small talk and walks away, alone, not sure of her emotions; she is proud of Emma but is unsure of what that does for her anymore.
What is most interesting is not Michael and Jim's health, home, or poverty but their relationship. The film is not so much a documentary as a portrait -- a diptych -- of two men living together with health issues, trying to make a living together selling clay dolls.
Established in 2007 by The Festivals Company, the Iris Prize is judged annually by an international panel of artists and
From the creators of the cult gay indie hit "Were The World Mine," SPEAKproductions studio is getting ready to debut their
I stopped being an LGBT activist not because my beliefs changed, but for the same reason that someone who's worked at an ice cream parlor for years eventually can't stomach another scoop. So it was with some surprise that I found myself on the board of the Don Thompson Film Festival.
It started to bother me that there were rarely black or Latino males in prevalent roles, and Asian-American males were almost nonexistent in these films. A lesbian or transgender character might be added to the mix in a smaller role, but rarely with depth.
When I approached two of my male dancers about shooting what I envisioned as a tender but very physical love scene, I expected resistance and came prepared with a speech about my personal commitment to portraying fully formed gay characters. Alas, the speech was unnecessary.
Hailed as the world’s largest gay nightclub, Krave Massive will gain a new addition this spring, a LGBT movie theater, reports