CALENDAR 10/6-10/15: Five LGBTQ+ Events Happening Near You, Los Angeles

Equality Fashion Week When: Friday, Oct. 5 - Tuesday, Oct. 9 Where: Montrose West Hollywood What: L.A.'s premiere LGBTQ+ Fashion Week Why: This innagural event...

A Look at the first AIDS Unit in WeHo in Honor of LGBT History...

A documentary tells the stories and experiences of those on the ground floor of the AIDS Unit at Cedars Sinai Hospital in the '90s.  By Elijah...

(CALENDAR 9/21 – 10/4) The best LGBTQ+ goings-on around and about L.A. and SoCal

Palm Springs Diverse Cinema When: September 20-23 Where: Camelot Theatre, Palm Springs What: LGBTQ+ Film Festival Why: Representation on the Silver Screen matters.   West Hollywood's...

The Long Beach QFilm Festival Brings Lights! Camera! Queerness!

Long-Beach’s longest running film festival made LGBTQ attendees laugh, cry and feel apart of. By Jorge Paniagua Long lines of LGBTQ+ people eager to see...

Rise of the LGBTQ+ Superheroes

There’s something about the otherness of the comic book world that draws the queer community in. Being an outsider trying to prove their rightful...

How LGBTQ-Inclusive is the LA Film Festival This Year?

By Elijah Root Sanchez Not only is is the 2018 Los Angeles Film Festival LGBTQ+ inclusive, but it also  has multiple pictures from distinct genres,...

Long Beach QFilm Festival to Premiere Acclaimed Documentaries on LGBTQ+ Commmunity

Long Beach, get ready for a weekend of premieres, tears and laughs as the 25th anniversary of the Long Beach QFilm Festival commences. A quarter...

When Cary Grant Carried on in Santa Monica

During Hollywood’s golden age, the iconic star had a bunch of high-profile boyfriends, and one high-profile life partner. In the 1930s and ‘40s, L.A. was...

FILM REVIEW: The Miseducation of Cameron Post

    “The Miseducation of Cameron Post” is based on a true story written in novel form Emily M. Danforth. It takes place in the early...

Queer Latinx Filmmakers Breaking the Silence

By: Zhang Qihang   In a line-up of six Latinx filmmakers, Kase Pena begins her speech with a protest against implicit discrimination in Hollywood. “There is still...

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