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"Joe Bell" turns a moving true story of anti-gay bullying into a weepy drama about a father's redemption
Slick assassins in sensible shoes bring the fun in slaying thugs with full fighting fury in Navot Papushado's new film.
A gay Mexican couple’s American dream meets stark reality in the transporting drama I Carry You with Me.
More a Marvel deep cut than an obvious play for the masses, Black Widow delivers action and acting that still rock.
Bruce LaBruce has forged a film career out of shock value and taboo. His latest, "Saint-Narcisse," adds twins to the mix
Pioneering porn streamer PinkLabel.tv unearths another long-lost gem of '80s erotica, French classic "Equation to an Unknown."
An idyllic gay summer romance turns sour in François Ozon's tempestuous ode to the "Summer of 85"
Mary J. Blige bares the powerful life story behind a career-defining album in a new documentary on Amazon
Classic gay comedy screens June 27-29 at area theaters
This year's Laughs lineup goes beyond the light and lighthearted to encompass the somber and the surreal
DC Pride Film Fest closes Pride month with seven films from LGBTQ creatives.
This year's festival offers a mix of virtual and in-person events and the world premiere of "Naomi Osaka"
It's a ridiculously small, small world in the busy action-comedy follow-up "The Hitman's Wife's Bodyguard"
"Luca" is a relaxed, breezy tale of the endurance of true friendship
Films will be projected onto a 20-foot screen at the central Transit Pier every Thursday evening