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"The Last Five Years" melds the he-said-she-said romance into a heartfelt hybrid of stage and screen
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"
Audiences on a Navy Yard rooftop spy performances up to half a mile away in the intriguing, outdoors 'People Watching'
In the Heights star Stephanie Beatriz tells us something we don’t know about the joys of disappearing into character.
So subtle is the romantic feeling in the Tel Aviv-set gay drama "Sublet," that you might not feel a thing
"Love, Victor" leans into its teen soap tendencies, while still diving deeper into a nuanced tale of queer acceptance
Goodman relays the emotional highs and lows of the past crazy year through the incisive comedy of "The Latrell Show."
"Feel Good" takes its final bow with a powerful season two of the topsy-turvy love story of George and Mae
Deadpan gay horror-comedy "Road Head" is, somewhat surprisingly, the right amount of racy, silly, and scary
Songwriter and soothsayer Heather Christian's Animal Wisdom leads viewers on a musical trip into the spectral past
Bloom has a starring role in the acclaimed romantic drama
John Krasinksi's family survival horror "A Quiet Place: Part II" is predictable but well constructed
"Dance of the 41" reimagines a scandalous chapter of Mexican queer history as a lush period melodrama, both sexy and tragic
"Pride" showcases our multifaceted story through the eyes of queer filmmakers like Ro Haber