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DCIFF presents the best of indie film now, while innovating for a future beyond film festivals.
With "A Boy and His Soul," and dozens of film, TV, and stage roles, Colman Domingo infuses love into everything he touches
"Shoplifters of the World" unites lovers of The Smiths around friendship, romance, and '80s nostalgia.
Tina Turner takes a graceful, perhaps final, bow recounting her life and superstardom in HBO's documentary "Tina."
The 29th edition of The Environmental Film Festival in the Nation's Capital is making the most of virtual screenings
"Wojnarowicz: F**k You F*ggot F**ker" speaks through the late artist's work to illustrate his fiery life and times
"Genius: Aretha" does right by the Queen of Soul, illuminating the private tribulations behind her artistic evolution
"Boys on Film 21: Beautiful Secret" unspools a collection of defiant gay shorts from Europe, the UK, and Down Under
Soleil Moon Frye provides a candid glimpse -- but just a glimpse -- at a generation of child actors surviving stardom in "Kid 90"
Stacey Lee makes a solid case for the women breaking down barriers in EDM, but leaves viewers waiting for the drop
Girl power reigns in "Coming 2 America," Eddie Murphy's enjoyable sequel to one of his biggest '80s hits
Streaming service has nurtured an online community with a growing list of films and series featuring lesbian, queer, and bi women
The HBO Max drama tells the story of a British generation lost to AIDS
"Super-inspired" by a starring role in It's a Sin, Years & Years singer Olly Alexander steals hearts on-screen and in song
God bless the ambition of "The United States vs. Billie Holiday," but the fevered drama is still a miss