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All posts tagged "films"

  • Outspoken 40: Favorite Movies [video]

    Ebone Bell hits up opening night at the 20th Reel Affirmations LGBT film festival to ask about favorite -- and not so favorite -- movies....

  • Outspoken, Ep. 24: What's Your Favorite LGBT Film?

    In this week's Outspoken, host Ebone Bell hits The DC Center's annual Oscar Night Benefit, ''Glamour, Glitter & Gold,'' and inquires of those assembled, ''What's...

  • 25 Gay Films Everyone Should See: The Sequel

    It’s a timeworn Hollywood adage: The sequel is never as good as the original. And yet, there exist exceptions to the (mostly true) rule —...

  • Reel Affirmations 19 (2009)

       Thursday, 10/15/2009 7:00 pm An Englishman in New

  • Movies: New Films and Festivals

    Dates subject to change at the whim of a studio executive. SEPTEMBER ''Fame'' JENNIFER'S BODY -- Story has it that screenwriter Diablo Cody wrote this...

  • Reel Affirmations 17

    Here's an advance look at more than 55 programs of feature-length and short films and videos during this year's GLBT festival, from Thursday, October 11...

  • Screening for Staff

    It's not always easy to see the problems other people face. For gays and lesbians who were born in the United States, for example, it...

  • Gray Areas

    On a snowy afternoon in early February, D.C. looks a bit more like Hollywood East, a bit less the nation's capital. Tucked away in an...

  • Visible Moments

    Sonali Gulati never had the chance to come out to her mother, who died several years ago. For the past two years, the South Asian...

  • Reel Affirmations 16

    Here's your advanced look at this year's Reel Affirmations festival presentations, from Thursday, October 12 - Saturday, 21, 2006: Reviews by Tom Avila, Sean Bugg,...

  • Girl on Film

    Eighteen years ago, Margaret Murray faked her way into a life in film. A single mom living in Florida, Murray was working in a bank...

  • Lily Tomlin

    Do Ernestine! The plea perches in the back of your head, chirping incessantly, while you talk to Lily Tomlin. Please, PLEASE do Ernestine. Or Edith...

  • Dynamic Duo

    It was the kiss that rocked the Tonys. And pissed off Fred Ebb. ''I thought they made spectacle of themselves, frankly,'' the late Broadway legend...

  • Bhangra, 'Boxer' and Brunch

    With the flowers blooming and the calendar filling, it's clear that GLBT pride season is upon us. From April's Youth Pride celebration to Memorial Day...

  • Homegrown History

    The Harlem Renaissance is one of the most culturally romantic periods of American history. In a sense, it was the spark that ignited a fire...