All posts tagged "film"

  • The Complete Metropolis at the Avalon

    The Avalon Theatre and Kino International present the Washington-area release of the new restoration of Fritz Lang’s remarkable 1927 science fiction epic Metropolis, now with...

  • Screen on the Green: The Goodbye Girl

    The annual Screen on the Green series has returned to the National Mall for a four-week run. Next up, The Goodbye Girl, the 1977 original,...

  • Joan Rivers: A Piece of Work

    To make the cleverly titled documentary Joan Rivers: A Piece of Work, filmmakers Ricki Stern and Annie Sundberg followed the pioneering female comedian Joan Rivers...

  • Stonewall Uprising

    If you’re a first-time visitor to the Stonewall Inn, then the documentary Stonewall Uprising by Kate Davis and David Heilbroner will be an adequate Gay...

  • Film

    Release dates subject to change on the whim (or the firing) of a studio executive. March Green Zone — The Bourne team of director Paul...

  • Son Dance

    Sometimes things don't turn out the way you expect. Sometimes the high school quarterback grows up and transitions into a woman. Sometimes an orphan discovers...

  • “Bruno” Backfire? Gay converting preacher turns movie mockery into run for Mayor

    ”It’s turned into a tre­mendous plus. I was able to share my mes­sage. I used it as a platform. It turned into a tremen­dously positive...

  • Film

    Dates subject to change at the whim of a studio executive. September THE WOMEN -- The long-in-gestation remake of the 1939 George Cukor classic that...

  • Preview of 'Brokeback Mountain'

    It was a gay night at the movies as the Human Rights Campaign and guests descended upon the Loews Cineplex in Georgetown for an advance...