Bayard Rustin Led the Fight For Gay Marriage, Years Before It Was Even a...

A new documentary celebrates the civil rights leader and gay rights pioneer.

Leisha Hailey on “Dead Ant” and That L Word Reboot…

The “Silicon Valley” and “L Word” actor stars in the wackiest horror-comedy of the year.

The New “Saw” Film’s Marketing Includes Bloody Good LGBT Activism

The "Saw" franchise has always used blood drives as publicity

“No Wire Hangers” Shows a Designer’s Hard-Earned Journey to Success

"No Wire Hangers” explores the life and career of designer Raymond McNeill.

The First Trailer for Dee Rees’ “Mudbound” is Out and…Wow

Dee Rees' new film is stunning on all counts

The First Trailer for *That* Grace Jones Documentary is Here and Nothing Could Have...

All hail Queen Grace. And King Grace.

Watch: Harris Dickinson Gets Pillow Talk-y in “Beach Rats”

The summer's hottest movie is almost here.

This 1951 Lesbian Love Story from Mexico Just Got Its First U.S. Screening

“Muchachas de Uniforme” is a stunning remake of a classic German lesbian film.

“Call Me By Your Name” is About to Steam Up Theaters

Even the trailer is too hot to handle.

From Outfest to PBS, “Amigas With Benefits” Tells a Queer, Intersectional Love Story

A standout feature from Outfest tells the story of two women who find each other in later life

`In 1967, Jean Genet’s “Un Chant D’Amour” Was Taboo Everywhere But at L.A.’s Park...

This essay is part of a series on Queer underground cinema in the '60s.

The Kid Stays in the (Car) Picture

Edgar Wright’s “Baby Driver” Hits all the High Notes.

With “Endless Poetry,” Jodorowsky Makes His Grand Return

Decades after John Lennon made the mysterious filmmaker’s career, the Chilean auteur is back with a new, and puzzling, work of art.

Logo Presents Two Documentaries on Queer Life

The queer TV channel is finally breaking into docs with two exciting projects