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New LGBT Film Festival Brings Independent Shorts and Full-Length Films to Houston

On April 1 through 3, the first annual Queer Hippo International will take place at the Houston Museum of African…

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Review: ‘Viva’

The coming-of-age cross-dressing saga you’ve been waiting for.

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Portrait of the Artist as a Gay Man: David Hockney Documentary Comes to MFAH

As he nears his ninth decade, the great gay British artist David Hockney shows absolutely no signs of slowing down.

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‘A Murder in Montrose’: Houston Public Media Documentary Chronicles Impact of Pivotal Moment in Houston LGBT History

On June 23, a documentary titled A Murder in Montrose: The Paul Broussard Legacy will premiere on Channel 8/Houston PBS,…

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QFest Celebrates 20 Years of Queer Film

Houston’s LGBTQ Film Festival returns July 21–25.

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Fiery Wood: Bisexual Actress Evan Rachel Wood Talks About Her Profound New Film

Openly bisexual actress Evan Rachel Wood has been fired up lately about the Orlando massacre, misconceptions about bisexuality, and her…

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Dialogue Is All You Need: Filmmaker Launches Tour to Promote Anti-Bullying Film

Filmmaker K. Rocco Shields has launched a 20-city national tour to promote her new anti-bullying film 'Love Is All You…

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Can We Make It?: An Odyssey of Gay Refugees

Ambassadors for LGBT and human rights are important, especially in regions like the Middle East—and that’s exactly what the upcoming…

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