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Documentary filmmaker David Weissman (remember The Cockettes?) focuses his camera on the tragic beginning of the AIDS crisis, in a moving, passionate look at the pandemic through the eyes of five San Franciscans.
Contrary to popular belief, hindsight is never 20/20. History is more like beauty—it’s in the eye of the beholder.
A borderless ramble of Jell-O narrative, Judas Kiss chronicles the sorta-magical life of Zachary Wells (played by gay staple and Dante’s Coveman Charlie David), a director who once showed promise before...
Photographer Scott Pasfield turned his lens from high-paying editorial commissions and instead focused on the U.S. of Gay. The result is a richly composed collection of images that creates a sprawling,...
In 1978, in a high school in Queens, a young, Farrah Fawcett-winged knockout named Fran Drescher hurries down the stairs with the rest of the denim-wrapped, polyester-clad throng...
One of the best lines in Beginners' gem-perfect script is uttered wordlessly by Arthur, the scene-stealing Jack Russell terrier Cosmo.
Todd Haynes’s bitter Poison, a metaphorical daisy chain of desire and disease, was the flush heard ’round the world.
The paint was barely dry on artist Cody Ledvina’s painstaking recreation of the iconic Mary’s Mural.