Criterion To Re-Release “Female Trouble”

The Pope of Trash’s 4th feature gets a red carpet rollout just in time for Pride month.

5 Reasons to See “Torch Song Trilogy” This Friday

#5, we're judging you.

Is “The Cured” the First Gay Zombie Drama?

Queer director David Freyne talks about his first feature film...which just happens to be about zombies.

The Future Is Queer: Outfest Fusion is Here!

Whip that hangover into shape this Sunday!

Luca Guadagnino Called By His Name at L.A. Italia Fest

The Italian director was honored for his film "Call Me By Your Name."

Behold: The Queerest Films to Come Out of Sundance

From lesbian dramas to a Colette biopic, the year’s biggest film festival just screened a ton of instant LGBTQ+ classics.

Dumbledore’s Gayness Gets Glossed Over

Fans of J.K. Rowling’s “Harry Potter” series are up in arms about a new film portrayal of gay character Albus Dumbledore.

‘Call Me By Your Name,’ Rachel Morrison Head Up Queer Oscar Noms

The film has been nominated for Best Picture.

RuPaul’s New Project is Called “Drag Queens on a Plane”

Or, "There are Too Many Drag Queens on this Mothertucking Plane"

Queering Our Screens in 2017

From “God’s Own Country” to “Wonder Woman,” queer filmmakers and writers have been getting a sizeable chunk of screentime in 2017.

In Two Sondheim Documentaries, Fact and Fiction Intertwine

Has anyone done more for the American musical than Stephen Sondheim?

In “Women Who Kill,” Death is Stronger Than Love…Slightly

Queer filmmaker Ingrid Jungermann hits it out of the park with her feature film debut.

The 2018 Spirit Award Nominations Recognize LGBTQ+ Talent, Achievement

It's been quite a queer year for film.

Thirsty Thursday Presents: Terence Stamp

We're swooning.

Yes, There’s More Sexual Abuse Happening in Hollywood

Just ask Jason Dottley