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Review: 'Fanny: The Right To Rock' is Compelling Viewing

Review: 'Fanny: The Right To Rock' is Compelling Viewing

By Roger Walker-Dack | Oct 9, 2021

The untold story of the world's first female rock band.

Antony Hickling Takes a Spiritual Gay Journey 'Down In Paris'

Antony Hickling Takes a Spiritual Gay Journey 'Down In Paris'

By Kilian Melloy | Oct 9, 2021

Antony Hickling plays a gay movie director in a spiritual crisis in a film that feels a like a modern "Divine Comedy" with an LGBTQ+ twist and a little like a queer version of "After Hours."

Review: 'Boy Culture,' the Series, Revives a Gay Favorite

Review: 'Boy Culture,' the Series, Revives a Gay Favorite

By Kilian Melloy | Oct 9, 2021

"Boy Culture," the series, respects the source material without simply retreading it in this refreshing reboot.

Dressing Like a Daddy in 'No Time to Die,' 007 Revises His Wardrobe

Dressing Like a Daddy in 'No Time to Die,' 007 Revises His Wardrobe

By Kilian Melloy | Oct 8, 2021

Daniel Craig has jumped back into the James Bond franchise for one last gig, but the character has evolved over the last 15 years... and so has his wardrobe.

Review: 'Madame X' is the Music Event of the Season

Review: 'Madame X' is the Music Event of the Season

By JC Alvarez | Oct 8, 2021

Madonna brings down the house in her newest concert documentary, "Madame X," premiering on Paramount+ and captured live during her unprecedented theatrical world tour.

Review: 'Mass' is a Master Class in Writing, Directing, and Acting

Review: 'Mass' is a Master Class in Writing, Directing, and Acting

By Kevin Taft | Oct 8, 2021

"Mass" is truly one of the best and most compelling films of the year.

Review: Despite an Interesting Mythology, 'The Secret Of Sinchanee' Lacks Impact

Review: Despite an Interesting Mythology, 'The Secret Of Sinchanee' Lacks Impact

By Kevin Taft | Oct 8, 2021

It takes a long time to uncover "The Secret of the Sinchanee," and even then it's not much of a revelation.

Review: You've Never Seen Anything Like 'Lamb'

Review: You've Never Seen Anything Like 'Lamb'

By Kevin Taft | Oct 8, 2021

Moody and esoteric, "Lamb" is a curiosity, but horror fans will be lost in the fields of this artsy tale.

Trans Actor Jamie Clayton Leads in 'Hellraiser' Reboot

Trans Actor Jamie Clayton Leads in 'Hellraiser' Reboot

By Kilian Melloy | Oct 8, 2021

Out trans actor Jamie Clayton leads the cast of an upcoming reboot of the horror classic "Hellraiser."

@ The 2021 New York Film Festival — Part Two

@ The 2021 New York Film Festival — Part Two

By Frank J. Avella | Oct 7, 2021

Check out the lineup of films screening at this year's New York Film Festival to see the quality fare heading to theaters and streaming services later this year and next.

Review: Gina Prince-Bythewood's 'Love & Basketball' Stellar and Infectious

Review: Gina Prince-Bythewood's 'Love & Basketball' Stellar and Infectious

By Greg Vellante | Oct 7, 2021

Fans of iconic romance, stellar sports drama, infectious R&B soundtracks and quality filmmaking should definitely check out the new Criterion Collection release of this 2000 cult classic.

Review: 'Throw Down' One of Johnnie To's Most Personal Films

Review: 'Throw Down' One of Johnnie To's Most Personal Films

By Greg Vellante | Oct 7, 2021

The immensely prolific Hong Kong filmmaker Johnnie To makes his Criterion Collection debut with perhaps his most personal film, "Throw Down."

Review: 'The Victim' Only Succeeds Thanks to a Committed Performance by Elizabeth Montgomery

Review: 'The Victim' Only Succeeds Thanks to a Committed Performance by Elizabeth Montgomery

By Frank J. Avella | Oct 7, 2021

"The Victim" only succeeds thanks to a committed performance by Elizabeth Montgomery. She keeps us interested even when we shouldn't be.

Review: LGBTQ+ Doc 'Pieces of Us' Puts it All Together

Review: LGBTQ+ Doc 'Pieces of Us' Puts it All Together

By Kilian Melloy | Oct 7, 2021

Director Cheryl Allison delves into the lives of a number of people, showing how networks of connection and common purpose can be positive responses to prejudice, hatred, and acts of violence.

Review: 'Potato Dreams Of America' a Quirky Charmer from Wes Hurley

Review: 'Potato Dreams Of America' a Quirky Charmer from Wes Hurley

By Kilian Melloy | Oct 6, 2021

Jump into this quirky charmer; Wes Hurley's autobiographical film is highly stylized, and full of twists that could only have happened in real life.

Review: 'Firebird' a Gay Military Drama with a Great Cast, No Surprises

Review: 'Firebird' a Gay Military Drama with a Great Cast, No Surprises

By Kilian Melloy | Oct 6, 2021

Director Peeter Rebane's "Firebird" is a tale of forbidden love behind the Iron Curtain of Soviet-occupied Estonia in the 1970s and '80s.

Out Actor Colman Domingo to Play Gay Civil Rights Pioneer Bayard Rustin in Biopic

Out Actor Colman Domingo to Play Gay Civil Rights Pioneer Bayard Rustin in Biopic

By Kilian Melloy | Oct 6, 2021

Out actor Colman Domingo has signed on to portray LGTBQ+ civil rights pioneer Bayard Rustin in a biopic being produced for Netflix by Barack and Michelle Obama's company, Higher Ground.

Review: Unnecessary Changes Make 'There's Someone Inside Your House' Mostly Mediocre

Review: Unnecessary Changes Make 'There's Someone Inside Your House' Mostly Mediocre

By Padraic Maroney | Oct 6, 2021

Netflix waters a creepy slasher novel down into a forgettable slasher film.

Outfest Launches 2021 Screenwriting Lab

Outfest Launches 2021 Screenwriting Lab

Oct 6, 2021

Outfest has selected 10 scripts by queer writers from diverse backgrounds to showcase their unique perspectives and to enhance and expand queer content in media.

Surge: Ben Whishaw's Unhinged Drama

Surge: Ben Whishaw's Unhinged Drama

By Gregg Shapiro | Oct 5, 2021

In Aneil Karia's deeply disturbing 'Surge,' out actor Whishaw delivers a devastating performance as a man descending into madness. Calling it difficult to watch is an understatement.

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