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Cher, Christina Aguilera Celebrate Ten Years of 'Burlesque' in New Feature

Cher, Christina Aguilera Celebrate Ten Years of 'Burlesque' in New Feature

By Kevin Schattenkirk | Nov 24, 2020

Cher and Christina Aguilera celebrate ten years of their hit 2010 film "Burleque" in an extensive new feature by Entertainment Weekly.

Kristen Stewart: Straight Actors Playing Gay Roles is 'Gray Area'

Kristen Stewart: Straight Actors Playing Gay Roles is 'Gray Area'

By Kevin Schattenkirk | Nov 24, 2020

Kristen Stewart believes that straight actors playing gay roles is a "gray area" that requires careful consideration and conversation.

Review: Criterion Does Justice to Scorsese's Masterpiece 'The Irishman'

Review: Criterion Does Justice to Scorsese's Masterpiece 'The Irishman'

By Greg Vellante | Nov 24, 2020

"The Irishman" is one of Scorsese's most mature and accomplished works, and it has rightfully been given a physical media release by The Criterion Collection.

Wentworth Miller Addresses Stepping Away from 'Prison Break,' Straight Roles

Wentworth Miller Addresses Stepping Away from 'Prison Break,' Straight Roles

By Kevin Schattenkirk | Nov 24, 2020

On Saturday, Wentworth Miller spoke out on Instagram about his resistance to having his "Prison Break" character come out as gay in a potential reboot of the series.

Review: 'Silent Running' Another Fantastic Restoration From Arrow Video

Review: 'Silent Running' Another Fantastic Restoration From Arrow Video

By Ken Tasho | Nov 24, 2020

A classic 1972 science fiction film couldn't be more relevant in the year 2020.

Review: 'Mad Max' Revs Louder Than Ever in 4K

Review: 'Mad Max' Revs Louder Than Ever in 4K

By Sam Cohen | Nov 24, 2020

George Miller's 1979 classic is now available on 4K Blu-ray from Kino Lorber and their Studio Classics label. The new transfer looks terrific, and there are plenty of special features to enjoy.

Review: 'Uncle Frank' a Powerful, Charming Period Drama

Review: 'Uncle Frank' a Powerful, Charming Period Drama

By Roger Walker-Dack | Nov 24, 2020

Out gay Oscar winner Alan Ball is back with a wonderful and mature queer drama.

Review: 4K Blu-ray Edition of 'The Lost Weekend' Impresses

Review: 4K Blu-ray Edition of 'The Lost Weekend' Impresses

By Frank J. Avella | Nov 24, 2020

Billy Wilder's melodramatic masterwork is given a worthy polish by Kino Lorber, and is great addition to any cinephile's Blu-ray library.

Review: 'Dry Wind' A Tempestuous Sexual Fantasy

Review: 'Dry Wind' A Tempestuous Sexual Fantasy

By Kilian Melloy | Nov 24, 2020

Don't miss this stunning Brazilian film; it's surreal and sexy, literary and cinematically powerful — and explicit in all the right places.

Review: A 'Hillbilly Elegy' Adaptation, Hold the Politics

Review: A 'Hillbilly Elegy' Adaptation, Hold the Politics

By Jake Coyle | Nov 24, 2020

J.D. Vance's election-year explainer to liberal America about the white underclass that fueled Donald Trump's rise has been reborn as blandly overbaked awards bait.

Review: Gay Love Story 'No Hard Feelings' A Sensational Debut

Review: Gay Love Story 'No Hard Feelings' A Sensational Debut

By Roger Walker-Dack | Nov 23, 2020

This winner of two Teddy Awards is a queer story of race, belonging and love.

Review: 'Milkwater' a Captivating Character Study

Review: 'Milkwater' a Captivating Character Study

By Kilian Melloy | Nov 23, 2020

Morgan Ingari's comedy is a stirring, poignant character study of a young woman caught in one of life's dead zones, where she's not making progress — and not even sure she's feeling a need to.

Review: 'Cowboys' Depicts a Father's Unshakable Bond with His Trans Son

Review: 'Cowboys' Depicts a Father's Unshakable Bond with His Trans Son

By Roger Walker-Dack | Nov 23, 2020

"Cowboys" is the story of the unshakeable bond between a father and his transgender son.

Review: 'Ask Any Buddy' is a Love Letter to Gay Porn

Review: 'Ask Any Buddy' is a Love Letter to Gay Porn

By Sam Cohen | Nov 23, 2020

Evan Purchell's "Ask Any Buddy" is a breathless historical document that seeks to empower vintage gay porn from the 1960s, '70s and '80s. Not only does it succeed there, it provides insight into queer culture that is rarely brought up in mainstream media.

'My Neighbor, Miguel' — Loving Short Documentary on San Francisco artist

'My Neighbor, Miguel' — Loving Short Documentary on San Francisco artist

By Jim Provenzano | Nov 23, 2020

What do you do when your neighbor is a famed local costume designer? If you're Daniel Navarro, you make a film about him. The life and creations of gay Latino designer Miguel Gutierrez gets a well-deserved intimate portrait.

Ammonite's Allure: Francis Lee's Sapphic Follow-Up Film

Ammonite's Allure: Francis Lee's Sapphic Follow-Up Film

By Brian Bromberger | Nov 23, 2020

Following the success of his debut feature, "God's Own Country," writer/director Francis Lee's "Ammonite" is definitely worth watching, primarily for the incandescent performances from Kate Winslet and Saoirse Ronan.

Review: 'The Groundstar Conspiracy' is a Minor Footnote to Michael Sarrazin's Fascinating, if Frustrating, Filmography

Review: 'The Groundstar Conspiracy' is a Minor Footnote to Michael Sarrazin's Fascinating, if Frustrating, Filmography

By Frank J. Avella | Nov 23, 2020

As a conspiracy flick, "Groundstar" pales in comparison to say, Alan J. Pakula's gripping "The Parallax View" or Sydney Pollack's riveting "3 Days of the Condor." But it is still entertaining.

'Frameline Voices' Relaunches with LGBTQ Short Films

'Frameline Voices' Relaunches with LGBTQ Short Films

Nov 22, 2020

Frameline Voices is a curated program of short films representing experiences unique to LGBTQ+ people and communities.

15TH Annual Outfest Legacy Awards Announces Drive-in Gala & Streaming Event

15TH Annual Outfest Legacy Awards Announces Drive-in Gala & Streaming Event

Nov 22, 2020

In a year unlike any other, Outfest will continue to honor Hollywood's finest making their mark in LGBTQIA+ film and television with the first drive-in Legacy Awards Gala.

Review: 'Between the World and Me' a Powerful Meditation on the Black American Experience

Review: 'Between the World and Me' a Powerful Meditation on the Black American Experience

By Kilian Melloy | Nov 21, 2020

Director Kamilah Forbes brings her stage version of the book by Ta-Nehisi Coates to cinematic life, creating a hybrid adaptation that feels like a documentary with bio-pic elements.

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